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Police and fire reports for Nov. 12, 2020



— Danny Depree Sandifer, 39, of Mingo Road, Nicholasville, was charged Oct. 28 with fourth-degree assault.

— Misty Dawn Hatfield, 41, of Miles Road, Nicholasville, was served a warrant Oct. 27 for second-degree robbery.

— Ernest Jones, 35, of Charlotte Circle, Nicholasville, was charged Oct. 29 with fourth-degree assault.

— Michael L. Hudson, 35, of Sugar Creek Pike, Nicholasville, was charged Oct. 29 with driving under the influence and failure to maintain insurance.

— Jamann Byrd, 38, of Lexington, was charged Oct. 30 with disregarding a stop sign, trafficking in marijuana, trafficking in a controlled substance (heroin) and second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance. He was also served a warrant for failure to appear.

— Hannah E. Thurmer, 22, of John Sutherland Drive, Nicholasville, was charged Nov. 3 with fourth-degree assault.

— John L. Chappell, 55, of East Maple Street, Nicholasville, was charged Friday with alcohol intoxication, third-degree assault, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.

— Stephen Wayne Sauls, 37, of Locust Heights, Nicholasville, was charged Sunday with driving under the influence (fourth offense) and failure to maintain insurance.

— Anthony Hurt, 34, was charged Saturday with trafficking in a controlled substance (heroin).



Nov. 2

— EMS assist on Frederick Road.

— EMS call on Richmond Avenue.

— motor vehicle accident on Orchard Drive.

— EMS call on Ashgrove Road.

Nov. 3

— EMS call on Memorial Drive

— brush fire on McCauley Road.

— EMS call on East Brannon Road.

Nov. 4

— fire investigation on Wood Street, Wilmore.

— smoke investigation on Mint Lane.

— EMS call on Schneider LAne

— motor vehicle accident at Warner Elementary.

— extrication on Elizabeth Street.

— EMS assist on Alta Avenue.

— EMS assist on South Central Avenue.

— EMS call on Mallory Meadow Way

— natural gas leak on North Main Street.

Nov. 5

— EMS assist on Courtney Drive.

— alarm sounding on Wilmore Road.

— lock-out on East Maple Street.

— trash fire on North Fourth Street.

— alarm sounding on Kimberly Heights Drive.

Nov. 6

— alarm sounding on Bryant Drive.

— EMS call on Laurel Lane

— EMS call on Ches Drive.

— motor vehicle accident on U.S. 27 south.

— injury accident on Courchelle Drive

— attempted burning on Beauford Place.

Nov. 7

— gas leak on Peachtree Road.

— sprinkler activated on East Maple Street.

— EMS call on Courtney Drive.

— controlled burn on Lost Creek Drive.

— lock out on North Second Street.

— injury accident on Wichita Drive.

— injury accident on Queensway Drive.

Nov. 8

— injury accident on Ashgrove Road.

— EMS call on West Oak Street.

— motor vehicle accident on Lexington road.

— brush fire on Strawberry Court.


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