On Thursday, Sheriff Brent White charged Michael S. Conger, 48, of Eddyville on a bench warrant from Lyon Circuit Courtroom alleging a felony probation violation. The unique cost within the Lyon Circuit Courtroom case was first-degree possession of a managed substance, methamphetamine and tampering with bodily proof. Conger is lodged in Christian County Detention Middle.
On March 29, Deputy Sheriff Seth P’Pool was helping the Kentucky State Police with a visitors security checkpoint on the Livingston/Lyon County line. As a automotive approached the checkpoint, P’Pool detected an odor of marijuana coming from the automotive. A search of the automobile revealed a bag of suspected marijuana in a 16-year-old juvenile passenger’s e book bag. The juvenile’s guardian was contacted and after consulting the courtroom designated employee, the juvenile was issued a quotation to courtroom and launched to household.
On March 31, P’Pool charged Shana M. Wooden, 32, of Utica, on a bench warrant alleging failure to seem in courtroom in Daviess County. The unique cost within the Daviess case was theft of a motorized vehicle.
About 1:48 a.m. Sunday, Deputy Sheriff Keith Fits performed a visitors cease of a 2017 Chevrolet Silverado on U.S. 62 East close to Industrial Park Street. Throughout his roadside contact with the motive force, it was alleged the male driver was beneath the affect. Normal discipline sobriety assessments got and the motive force, Jacob R. Klueppel, 19, of Eddyville was charged with dashing 13 mph over the restrict, and DUI, first offense.
On Friday at about 11:10 p.m., Deputy Sheriff Joe Witherspoon performed a visitors cease on a 2007 Pontiac G6 passenger automotive on U.S 62. West. Throughout his roadside contact with the motive force, Witherspoon detected the odor of marijuana coming from the automotive. After investigating, it was alleged the motive force was in possession of marijuana, smoking pipes, and a grinder. The driving force was recognized as Larry T. Noel of Cadiz. He was charged with dashing 20 mph over the restrict, working a automobile with expired license, possession of marijuana, and drug paraphernalia.
About 2 p.m. final Wednesday, Deputy Sheriff Sam Adams was known as upon to research a shoplifting incident on the Greenback Common Retailer on Vista Drive in Kuttawa. The suspect left the shop previous to the arrival of sheriff’s deputies. Adams was capable of positively determine the suspect on this case, and on Saturday he charged Melissa Appleby, 39, of Dawson Springs with theft by illegal taking beneath $500.
At 9 a.m. Thursday, Deputy Sheriff Chris Smith responded to a terroristic threatening incident at Lyon County Center College. The outcomes of his investigation revealed a juvenile pupil threatened to deliver a loaded gun to highschool on the subsequent college day. The kid was detained and later launched to the custody of a guardian. Smith charged the kid with one rely of second-degree terroristic threatening.
At 1:30 p.m. the identical day, Deputy Sheriff Sam Adams responded to a residential housebreaking grievance on Lisbany Street close to Eddy Creek. The investigation revealed unknown particular person(s) forcibly entered a rear door to the residence and stole patio furnishings. If anybody has details about this crime (he/she) is inspired to contact the Lyon County Sheriff’s workplace at 270-388-2311 or anonymously at www.lyonsheriff.com.
Final Wednesday, at 11:45 a.m., Sheriff Brent White and Deputy Sam Adams responded to an accident on Cruise Street within the Suwanee group. The investigation revealed a 2010 Chevrolet 3500 utility truck pulling a trailer with a backhoe as cargo, was being operated on Cruise Street by Dennis Fleet, 51, of Grand Rivers. Whereas touring North on Cruise Street, the backhoe on Fleet’s trailer got here in touch with a low-hanging utility line.
Fleet was unaware of the contact till it triggered a utility pole to twist and snap off on the base and fall to the bottom. The incident resulted in an electrical energy outage within the Suwanee areas of Cruise Street, Fowler Street, and Rusty Ridge Street for just a few hours. Kenergy Electrical Cooperative, Zito Media, Metropolis of Kuttawa Fuel Division, Lyon County Water District, and AT&T responded to the scene and labored collectively to revive utility companies within the space. Along with the utility harm, there was minor harm to Fleet’s backhoe. No accidents had been reported.
On April 5 at 11:45 a.m., Sheriff Brent White arrested Robert M. Gover, 26, of Smithland, on a bench warrant charging him with failure to seem in a case from Lyon District Courtroom. The unique prices stem from an investigation performed by Deputy Sheriff Seth P’Pool in 2019 whereby Gover and an confederate allegedly unlawfully entered a constructing on Martin’s Chapel Street and stole copper wiring.
At 1:40 p.m. the identical day, Deputy Sheriff Randy Clark positioned Anthony Stewart, 33, of Fredonia and charged him on a felony summons alleging third-degree felony trespass and theft of companies. The investigation resulted from sheriff’s officers finding an deserted automobile within the roadway on Ky. 295 North on February 5 and subsequently having the automobile towed by an area wrecker service.
The wrecker service contacted the Eddyville Police Division on February 8 and reported somebody had unlawfully eliminated the automobile from their impound lot with out paying for the towing and storage invoice. Their investigation resulted within the felony grievance towards Stewart.
At 9:17 p.m. April 5, Deputy Sheriff Keith Fits, Eddyville Police and Kentucky State Police responded to a drug grievance at 3531 U.S. 641 North. Fits’ investigation led to the invention of suspected unlawful medication and para-
phernalia within the house. He recognized the alleged proprietor of the contraband as Kelly J. Rogers, 40, of Fredonia. She was charged with first-degree possession of managed substance-methamphetamine, possession of marijuana, and use/possession of drug paraphernalia.
On the time, Rogers was on bond in a felony case in Caldwell Circuit Courtroom the place she is accused of first-degree trafficking in a managed substance-methamphetamine, two grams, possession of marijuana, and drug paraphernalia. On the similar time, she was on bond in an alleged felony case in Lyon Circuit Courtroom the place she is accused of complicity to receiving stolen property-auto-over $10,000. The stolen property case resulted within the July 2020 restoration of a 2015 Ford Mustang GT by Lyon County Sheriff’s Deputies. The automobile was initially reported stolen in Ohio and had been allegedly possessed by Rogers. She was lodged within the Crittenden County Detention Middle on the brand new prices.
On April 6 at 7:40 a.m., Lyon County Sheriff’s officers responded to a collision on Ky. 93 South, 4.4 miles South of Eddyville, involving a leisure automobile and a sport utility automobile. The investigation by Sheriff Brent White and Deputy Sam Adams revealed a 2004 Freightliner RV pushed by Jesse Gillikin, 69, of Mooresville, N.C. was pulling onto Ky. 93 South from the Outback RV Park when it pulled into the trail of a northbound 2012 Land Rover pushed by Steve Hiland, 75, of Eddyville.
Hiland tried to keep away from the collision by going across the RV when he met a South certain automobile, pushed by Luke Bruzan, 41, of Eddyville, who needed to exit the west shoulder to keep away from a head-on collision. Not one of the concerned events reported damage. There was notable harm to the RV and SUV.
The Eddyville Fireplace Division, Lyon County Emergency Medical Service, and Kentucky State Police assisted sheriff’s officers with the investigation.
On April 4 at 5:41 p.m., Lyon County Sheriff’s officers investigated a report of misplaced or stolen property at Huck’s Journey Middle in Kuttawa. The sufferer reported setting a bit of bags exterior of his automobile when he was refueling on the Kuttawa enterprise earlier within the day, and when he obtained down the highway, he realized it was not in his automobile. Deputy Sheriff Keith Fits responded however didn’t find the lacking baggage.
On April 5 at 10:30 am, Deputy Sheriff Joe Witherspoon adopted up on this grievance and after reviewing video surveillance footage on the Kuttawa enterprise, he confirmed this was a felony theft incident. The baggage was taken by one other patron at an opposing fuel pump and positioned in a black SUV earlier than departing the world. Witherspoon is following leads, nevertheless the offender has not been recognized presently.
If anybody has details about this crime (he/she) is inspired to contact the Lyon County Sheriff’s workplace at 270- 388-2311 or anonymously at www.lyonsheriff.com.
Additionally on April 5 at 1:30 p.m., Sheriff Brent White responded to research a felony mischief incident on Ky. 818 North. His investigation revealed this was successful/run accident whereby an unknown silver Nissan passenger automobile misplaced management and struck a fence earlier than the motive force fled the scene.
It’s believed this incident occurred between April 2 and three. The property proprietor was out of city and located the harm upon returning house. The automobile’s entrance passenger facet headlamp and bumper space to the entrance passenger facet wheel effectively space ought to have obtained harm. If anybody has details about this accident, (he/she) is inspired to contact the Lyon County Sheriff’s workplace at 270-388-2311 or anonymously at www.lyonsheriff.com.