Berea Police Report May 16, 2017

ARRESTED

DUI Arrest: On 05/10/2017 officers were called to the area of Chestnut Street in reference to a reckless driver. The vehicle was located and a traffic stop was conducted on Haiti Road. The driver showed several signs of impairment and was placed under arrest.

Officers charged 39 year old Crystal Martin of Richmond KY with Operating a Motor Vehicle Under the Influence 1st Offense.

ARRESTED

Drug Arrest: On 05/07/2017 officers were called to the area of Joshua Circle in reference to two suspicious people. One of the subjects had an active arrest warrant, and was placed under arrest. Inside of his pants pocket, he had container with 10 and a half Adderall tablets.

Officers charged 47 year old Jimmy Buffkin of Waco KY with Possession of Controlled Substance 2nd Degree, and Prescription Controlled Substance not in Proper Container.

Theft: On 05/07/2017 a resident in the 100 block of Barnes Lane reported that his vehicle was stolen overnight. A short time after the report was taken, the vehicle was located in Rockcastle County.

Theft: On 05/08/2017 a resident in the 700 block of Chestnut Street reported a theft from his residence. He stated that a female came to his home and asked to use the restroom. When she left, he found that his wallet was missing. Estimated Loss: $500.00.


Citizens Police Academy: The Berea Police Department is partnering with the other law enforcement agencies in Madison County to bring back the Citizens Police Academy. It will begin in September and consist of 10 weeks of classes and graduation on week 11. We believe this is a great program to let citizens experience some of the training that goes into being a law-enforcement officer. We hope to eventually have an online application, but for now applications must be picked up and returned to the Richmond Police Department. The deadline for applications is July 14.

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