POLICE BEAT

Arrests

Feb. 14, Charles J. Russell, 28, for theft by deception - including cold checks $10,000 or more and theft by unlawful taking - auto, $10,000 or more.

Feb. 16, Sarah Williams, 37, for trafficking in a controlled substance (1st degree, 1st offense), possession of a controlled substance (1st degree and 2nd degree), persistent felony offender and failure to appear.

Feb. 17, Timothy H. Pearcy, 60, for failure to appear.

Feb. 18, Russell Melvin Lancaster, 36, for failure to appear (2 counts), parole violation and theft by unlawful taking under $500.

Feb. 18, Donald Fred Imbush, 35, for operating a motor vehicle on a revoked driver's license, failure to surrender revoked driver's license, receiving stolen property under $500 and failure to notify address change to Department of Transportation.

Feb. 20, Timothy Brian Jackson, 35, for threatening (2nd degree).

Feb. 22, Shannon R. Pridemore, 43, for probation violation (for felony offense).

Feb. 25, Katherine Marie Feltner, 52, for failure to appear.

SHERIFF'S CORNER

Information provided by the Trigg County Sheriff Department

Citations

Feb. 25, Philip W. Townsend, 50, for public intoxication from a controlled substance, operating a motor vehicle with expired operator's license, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. To appear in Trigg County District Court on March 12.

Feb. 25, Josh J. Schwamberger, 35, for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. To appear in Trigg County District Court on March 12.

Arrests

Feb. 18, Keith A. Brown, 58, for unlawful imprisonment (1st degree), assault (4th degree - domestic violence with no visible injury) and menacing.

Feb. 20, Shannon L. Bowen, 41, for cruelty to animals and theft by deception.

Feb. 25, Helen Marie Curtis, 49, for contempt of court libel/slander and resistance to a court order.

Feb. 25, Shannon Dean Hargrove, 49, for contempt of court libel/slander and resistance to a court order.

Feb. 28, Corey Alexander, 42, for failure to appear.

If you have information about any suspicious or criminal activity, call the Crime Stoppers anonymous tip line at (270) 522-INFO (4636). If your information leads to an arrest, you will be eligible to receive a cash reward. Crime doesn't pay, but we do!

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