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Police and fire reports for Jan. 5, 2021

NICHOLASVILLE POLICE

Charged

• Britney H. Wainscott, 38, of Brome Drive, Nicholasville, was charged Dec. 29 with fourth-degree assault.

• James Gosser, 61, of Grosser Street, Nicholasville, was served a criminal summons for first-degree possession of a controlled substance and a warrant for non-payment of fines Dec. 29.

• Rodney Scott Saylor, 46, of Lexington, was charged Dec. 28 with first-degree possession of a controlled substance (two counts). He was also served a Bell County warrant for contempt of court.

• James R. Travis, 64, of Alexandria Circle, Nicholasville, was charged Dec. 28 with fourth-degree assault.

• Marquies D. Wright, 36, of Green Street, Nicholasville, was charged Dec. 28 with fourth-degree assault and second-degree unlawful imprisonment.

• Darrell Burkhart, 61, of Shun Pike, Nicholasville, was charged Dec. 29 with reckless driving and first-degree possession of a controlled substance.

• Bryan M. Carter, 44, of Garnet Drive, Nicholasville, was charged Dec. 29 with public intoxication and second-degree possession of a controlled substance.

• Dustin Stamper, 34, of Elmwood Court, Nicholasville, was served a warrant Dec. 31 with flagrant non-support.

• Auburn R. Bailey, 23, of Arbee Drive, Nicholasville, was served a warrant Jan. 2 for theft of identity.

• Anthony Estes, 46, of Palisades Heights, Nicholasville, was cahrged Jan. 3 with first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, failure to wear seat belts and failure to maintain insurance.

• Lesha Turner, 50, of Lancaster, was charged Jan. 3 with first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and failure to wear seat belts.

• Albert Maynard Jr., 55, of Hickory Hill Drive, Nicholasville, was charged Jan. 2 with fourth-degree assault.

• Reed Collin, 34, of East Linden, Wilmore, was charged Jan. 1 with second-degree burglary, resisting arrest, third-degree assault and terroristic threatening.

 

JESSAMINE COUNTY SHERIFF

Charged

• Christopher A. Hellard, 26, of Hartley Drive, Nicholasville, was charged Dec. 29 with first-degree possession of a controlled substance.

• Joshua T. Owens, 26, of McCauley Road, Wilmore, was charged Dec. 22 with public intoxication, possession of a controlled substance and first-degree promoting contraband.

• Melissa A. King, 34, of Lexington, was charged Dec. 26 with driving under the influence, first-degree possession of a controlled substance and third-degree assault.

 

NICHOLASVILLE FIRE

Dec. 28

• EMS call on Southview Drive.

Dec. 29

• trash fire on South Main Street.

• EMS Call on Hickory Hill Drive.

• gas leak on North Main Street.

• motor vehicle accident at Oak and Main streets.

• gas leak on Kimberly Heights

• building fire on Arbee Drive.

Dec. 30

• EMS call on Floyd Court

• toxic condition on South Third Street.

• electrical problem on Wabarto Way.

• EMS assist on Foxwood Drive.

Dec. 31

• EMS call on South Main Street.

• EMS call on Richmond Avenue.

• EMS call on Mobile Court.

• injury accident on U.S. 27 north.

• EMS call on Lakeview Drive.

• injury accident on East Brannon Road.

Jan. 1

• injury accident on Imperial Way.

• overheated motor on Burley Ridge Drive.

• smoke detector sounding on Thames Circle.

• injury accident on North Main Street.

• EMS call on Coconut Grove Drive.

Jan. 2

• EMS call on Bass Pond Glen Drive.

• electrical problem on Coconut Grove Drive.

• EMS call on East Oak Street.

• EMS call on Shun Pike.

• alarm sounding on Brannon Meadow Way.

Jan. 3

• trash fire on Tomahawk Drive.

• carbon monoxide detector sounding on Pinoak Drive.

• EMS call on Williams Road.

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