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Public Records

  • Resisting arrest

    A man was arrested Saturday after Frankfort dispatch received a call for assistance on an unknown disturbance, possibly a domestic violence situation at 1157 Enterprise Road, according to Kentucky State Police.

    KSP Lt. Doug Carter was holding a male subject at gunpoint, according to the citation.

    When Deputy Patrick Beasley arrived, Rigoberto Aguilar Rodriguez continued to struggle with the officers, and Carter said he had been in a lengthy struggle with the subject.

  • Drunk woman hides in woods

    Shelby County resident Tonya Moore was taken into custody Saturday after she resisted arrest and ran out of a residence on Enterprise Road, proceeding to hide in the nearby woods, according to a citation issued by Kentucky State Police.

    Police officers were called after an off duty officer was investigating an argument across from his residence and began fighting a male subject, according to the citation.

  • Jail Log

    The following people were arrested and transported to jail, according to information released by Anderson County Jailer Joani Clark.

    May 1

    Jeremy Manley was charged with failure to pay child support by the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office.

    Thomas Dennis was charged with a Fayette County warrant by the Lawrenceburg Police Department.

    May 2

    Martin Chesser was charged with third-degree terroristic threatening by the Lawrenceburg Police Department.

  • Woman arrested after pointing loaded handgun at man

     

    A Lawrenceburg woman was arrested last Friday morning for allegedly pointing a loaded handgun at a man.

    Lorrie Roberts, 53, of 105 Lakeview Drive was charged with first-degree wanton endangerment after police say she pointed a 9 mm semi-automatic at the man after police arrived at her home.

  • Man charged with threatening woman, child with chainsaw

    A man who once threatened to turn Anderson County High School into “another (expletive) Columbine” was arrested Saturday for allegedly threatening to cut up a woman with a chainsaw, according to a warrant for his arrest.

    James R. Tindal Jr., 23, pf 1430 Van Buren Road, Mt. Eden, was charged after threatening the woman and a child with the chainsaw, running it near them, preventing them from leaving the residence or using her telephone and deflating the tires on her vehicle, according to the warrant.

  • Man found running around in underwear busted for heroin, meth

    A Berea man who police say stripped down to his underwear while running around the Walmart parking lot early Saturday morning was charged with possession of heroin and methamphetamine.

    His girlfriend was charged in the incident, too.

  • DUI suspect runs into police officer

    A vehicle driven by a suspected drunk driver last Thursday night on Center Street struck a Lawrenceburg police officer in the leg, according to police reports.

    Officer Trey Burrus apparently wasn’t injured and ended up arresting two people in the car on charges that include DUI and assaulting a police officer.

    Charged were Lawrenceburg residents Connie R. Perry, 58, of 2047 Fox Creek Road, and Charlotte Whetzel, 33, of 1640 Ballard Road.

    It was Whetzel’s third DUI charge, according to police reports.

  • Woman faces methamphetamine, heroin, booster seat charges

    A woman whose toddler was not in a booster seat was charged March 25 with first-degree possession of heroin and methamphetamine, according to court documents.

    Beverly Barton, 35, of 102 Fairview Drive, Lawrenceburg was pulled over by deputy Alan Robinson of the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office due to her license plate not being illuminated, according to a criminal citation.

  • Man charged for ‘whipping’ daughter, punching wife

    A Lawrenceburg man who allegedly “whipped” his 7-year-old daughter and punched his wife in the face was charged March 21 with assault and child abuse, according to a criminal citation.

    Irvin L. King Jr., 46, of 101 Scott Court faces charges of fourth-degree child abuse and fourth-degree assault for the incident that erupted during a family squabble.

  • Heroin-fueled ‘hookup’ ends in bust

    Two people who were allegedly about to have sex in a parked vehicle ended up going to jail instead.

    Brian Neikirk, 42, and Linda Rogers, 38, both of 313 Secretariat Drive, Lawrenceburg were each charged with first-degree trafficking in heroin, first-degree possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia after police interrupted their tryst around 7:30 p.m. March 23 on Salt River Road.