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Police and fire reports for Sept. 9, 2020

NICHOLASVILLE POLICE

Charged

— Michael Patrick O’Donnell, 45, of Lexington, was charged Sept. 1 with no brake lights, failure to maintain insurance, driving under the influence, second-degree promoting contraband and first-degree possession of a controlled substance.

— Elize Pierre-Paul, 45, of 245 Kimberly Drive, Nicholasville, was charged Sept. 1 with first-degree wanton endangerment.

— Trevor Patrick Workman, 25, of 1124 S. Logana Pike, Nicholasville, was charged Sept. 1 with fourth-degree assault.

— Rodrogo G. Lay, 33, of 205 John Sutherland Road, Nicholasville, was charged Sept. 3 with receiving stolen property under $10,000, theft by unlawful taking and second-degree fleeing or evading police.

— Bobby White, 24, of 836 Wilmore Road, Nicholasville, was charged Sept. 3 with first-degree possession of a controlled substance (two counts) and possession of drug paraphernalia.

— Donald Goodlett, 48, of 603 S. Central Ave., Nicholasville, was charged Sept. 2 with theft by unlawful taking.

— Harold L. Thomas, 61, of 200 N. Second St., Nicholasville, was charged Sept. 3 with fourth-degree assault and first-degree strangulation.

— Michael Brumfield, 30, of Georgetown, was served a Scott County warrant Sept. 7 for second-degree criminal abuse, second-degree wanton endangerment and endangering the welfare of a minor.

— Jeremy Isaac Harvey, 23, of 1001 Clear Creek Road, Nicholasville, was charged Sept. 3 with driving under the influence.

— Jennifer Lamb, 40, of 535 Peachtree Drive, Nicholasville, was served and indictment warrant Sept. 5 for first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance.

— Shayla Brooks, 34, of 149 Gainsway Drive, Nicholasville, was charged Sept. 4 with fourth-degree assault.

— Cassandra Clark, 29, was charged Sept. 4 with first-degree possession of a controlled substance and public intoxication.

 

NICHOLASVILLE FIRE

Aug. 31

— toxic condition for a leaking battery on Cripple Creek Circle.

— assist another agency on Olivia Drive

— EMS call on Rolling Acres Drive

motor vehicle accident on East Maple Street.

— carbon monoxide detector sounding on Circle Drive.

— EMS call on Lexington Road.

Sept. 1

— EMS call on Peelmore Court

natural gas leak on Venture Court

— smoke detector sounding on Grinder Court. The detector malfunctioned.

— EMS call on Evergreen Court

— EMS call on Lexington Road.

Sept. 2

— injury accident on Blueberry Lane

— EMS call on South Third Street.

— EMS call on Williams Road.

— EMS assist on North Second Street.

— motor vehicle accident on North Main Street.

— EMS call on Crest Court

— alarm sounding on Fairfield Drive. The alarm malfunctioned.

— injury accident on Olivia Drive.

Sept. 3

— sprinkler activation on Keene Road. The system malfunctioned.

— smoke detector sounding on Mallory Meadow Way. The system malfunctioned.

Sept. 4

— carbon monoxide incident on Churchill Crossing.

— EMS call on South Main Street.

— alarm sounding on West Brown Street. There was no fire.

— vehicle fire on Pinoak Drive.

— injury accident on Lexington Road.

— EMS call on Foxwood Drive.

— injury accident on U.S. 27.

— EMS call on South Main Street.

Sept. 5

— vehicle fire on South U.S. 27.

— EMS call on Grey Oak Lane.

— EMS call on Rebel Road.

 

JESSAMINE SHERIFF

Charged

— Julius Ready, 25, of Lexington, was served a warrant Sept. 1 for first-degree criminal abuse.

— Jeffrey McLean, 36, of Nicholasville, was served a warrant Sept. 1 for theft by unlawful taking.

— Jason E. Kanatzer, 41, of 424 Hartley Drive, Nicholasville, was charged Aug. 29 with fourth-degree assault.

— Natasha Corman, 39, of 406 Foxwood Drive, Nicholasville, was charged Sept. 3 with first-degree possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

— Anthony W. Estes, 46, of 1101 Glass Mill Road, Nicholasville, was charged Sept. 3 with receiving stolen property, first-degree possession of a controlled substance and no registration plate.

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