Saline County Jail Booking Activity, Dec. 2

Following is recent booking activity for the Saline County Jail, as provided by law enforcement. Photos, if provided, are courtesy of Saline County Jail. All persons are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. NAME: Bolen, Lucas Isiah Matthew; 18; Hays. CHARGES REQUESTED:. Poss of hallucinogenic drug.
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Shelby County Sheriff’s Report

(Shelby Co.) The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office released their arrest report from November 1st through November 22nd. Kayla Jean Levell, 33, of Irwin, was arrested November 22nd following a traffic stop on Chatburn Avenue. Levell was transported to the Shelby County Jail where she was charged with Driving while License Denied, Suspended, Cancelled or Revoked.
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Firearm, suspected drugs found after pursuit of suspect in Knoxville

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — What started as a traffic stop for speeding became a pursuit of an 18-year-old suspect who was later caught and the contents of a backpack he allegedly threw away during his attempt to flee were found by investigators. The suspect, identified as Curtis Anthony Simpson Jr,...

Jail logs: December 2, 2021

Over the past 24 hours, 18 people were booked into the Tom Green County Detention Center. Below is a summary of the booking charges and the individual Tom Green County Detention Center records. Charge categories (Note: several that have been taken into custody have multiple charges filed against them that fit into more than one general category. […]

2-Rutherford County Sheriff’s deputies earn top awards from the Tennessee Highway Safety Office

Two Rutherford County Sheriff’s patrol deputies earned top awards from the Tennessee Highway Safety Office Wednesday. Deputy Austin Watson was named “Deputy of the Year” and was chosen as “Drug Recognition Expert of the Year for Middle Tennessee.” A drug recognition expert or drug recognition evaluator (DRE) is a law enforcement officer specifically trained to recognize impairment in drivers under the influence of drugs and alcohol.

How a speeding ticket impacts your insurance in Kentucky

this post may contain references to products from our partners. Here's an explanation for. Speeding is a relatively common offense, but it’s still incredibly dangerous and can be costly. A speeding ticket increases the average cost of car insurance in Kentucky by 27%, according to Bankrate’s 2021 study of quoted annual premiums. Kentucky car insurance companies take speeding seriously. Understanding how and why speeding affects your car insurance rates could help you better prepare your finances if you’ve recently gotten a ticket.

LPD Issues More Than 200 Citations Over Thanksgiving Holiday

The Lincoln Police Department’s Traffic Enforcement Unit released their “Click It or Ticket” results over the Thanksgiving holiday. The enforcement started Wednesday, November 24th and continued through November 28th. There was a special emphasis on making sure drivers, passengers and children were buckled up. LPD reports:. Speeding – Official 105.

Sheriff’s Report

Deputies received a report of a cold vehicle trespass/theft in the 500 block of West 11th Street in the town of Akron. The case is under investigation. Deputies received a report of a vehicle trespass in the 700 block of Adams Avenue in the town of Akron. The case is under investigation.

Hancock County Sheriff Arrest and Citation Report 11-29-2021

Hancock County Sheriff Travis Duffy reports the following activities for the week of November 22nd, 2021 through. Jerry P Orth, age 40, of Dallas City, IL was arrested and charged with Contempt of a Court Order. Orth was released after posting the required bond and given a future court date.
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Park County Circuit Court

Recent fines paid, bonds forfeited or other penalties imposed in Park County Circuit Court include:. Kerrie Spinney, $103; James Steward, $103; Deanna Smith, $105. Ray Dines, invalid docs, $140; Jason Fales, hunting, trapping, fishing or collecting antlers on private land without permission, $1,450; Gary Lear, expired temporary license, $140; Dustin Floyd, driving with suspended license, jail 20 days, 13 suspended, 6 months unsupervised probation, $470; Paula Smith, breach of peace, $220; Woody Lint, possession of controlled substances, jail 30 days, 28 suspended, 6 months unsupervised probation, $670; Phillip Schubert, failure to notify change of address, $75; Robert Capron, illegal turn, $90; Sherri Pritchard, driving under the influence of alcohol and controlled substances- 2nd offense in 10 years, jail 90 days, 83 suspended, 6 months unsupervised probation, $1,270; Prestan Royer, negligently burning property, jail 30 days, 30 suspended, 3 months unsupervised probation, $470; Gabriel Erlenbaugh, expired temporary license, $140; Heather Skinner, failure to yield, $90; Michelle Burbank, expired temporary license, $140.

Results Released From LPD’s ‘Click It or Ticket’ Enforcement

LINCOLN–(News Release Nov. 30)–The Lincoln Police Department’s Traffic Enforcement Unit joined in a nationwide “Click it or Ticket” enforcement effort that began Wednesday, November 24 and continued through Sunday, November 28, 2021. Special attention by law enforcement officers was directed to those motorists who failed to buckle up themselves, their passengers, and children.