Berea Police Report Oct. 10, 2018

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Drug Arrest: On 10/07/2018 officers were called to Clark’s BP in reference to a subject asleep inside of a vehicle. The subject was located and gave the officers a name that they later discovered was not his real name. Several pills were located in the cup holder of the vehicle and were identified as Gabapentin tablets. A small amount of Marijuana was located outside the vehicle where the subject had been standing, in an attempt to hide it.

Officers arrested 54 year old David Cromwell of Port Heron MI and charged him with the following:

-Tampering with Physical Evidence
-Illegal Possession of Legend Drug
-Possession of Marijuana
-Giving an Officer False Identifying Information

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Public Intoxication: On 10/06/2018 officers were called to St. Joseph Berea in reference to a suspicious person. The subject was located and showed several signs of impairment.

Officers arrested 27 year old Curtis Broughton of Mount Vernon KY and charged him with Public Intoxication.

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Public Intoxication: On 10/06/2018 officers were called to Hurley Street in reference to a suspicious person, possibly trying to break into cars. The subject was located and showed several signs of impairment.

Officers arrested 57 year old Johnathan Sutherland of Berea KY and charged him with Public Intoxication.

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Assault Arrest: On 10/05/2018 officers were called to Happy Meadow in reference to a subject who was being disorderly. The subject seemed agitated and was upset because of a dispute he was involved in with a female. The officers attempted to get the subject to leave several times, but he began yelling and making a scene at the business. Officers attempted to place him under arrest, but he pulled away, and attempted to hit and spit on the them. Once he was inside of the cruiser, he kicked the door from the inside causing damage. He also made several threats to the officers as he was being arrested.

Officers charged 24 year old Abdul Simmons of Lexington KY with the following:

-Disorderly Conduct
-Terroristic Threatening 3rd Degree
-Resisting Arrest
-Criminal Mischief 1st Degree
-Assault 3rd Degree (Police Officer)

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Drug Arrest: On 10/04/2018 a traffic stop was conducted on Old Wallaceton Road after a vehicle was spotted driving in the opposite lane of traffic. The driver appeared to be very nervous, and eventually told the officer that he had pills in his pants pockets. The pills were retrieved, and a small amount of suspected Heroin was located in the vehicle, along with $1,953.00 in cash.

Officers arrested 42 year old Terry Smith of Crab Orchard KY and charged him with the following:

-Careless Driving
-Prescription Controlled Substance not in Proper Container
-Trafficking in Controlled Substance (Heroin)
-Trafficking Controlled Substance 2nd Degree

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DUI Arrest: On 10/04/2018 officers were called to a motor vehicle collision on Richmond Road. The vehicle was in a ditch, and the driver showed several signs of intoxication. There were three open alcohol containers inside of the vehicle.

Officers arrested 26 year old Jose Reyes-Rodriguez of Berea KY and charged him with Operating a Motor Vehicle Under the Influence 1st Offense, No Operators License, and Possession of Open Alcohol Container in a Motor Vehicle.

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Alcohol Intoxication: On 10/03/2018 officers were called to Farristown Middle School in reference to a parent who was intoxicated at a sporting event. The parent had arrived to pick up a child and showed several signs of intoxication.

Officers arrested 44 year old Buffie Blair of Berea KY and charged her with Alcohol Intoxication in a Public Place.

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Fleeing or Evading: On 10/02/2018 an officer observed a male subject on the front porch of residence on Washington Ave who had active arrest warrants. When the officer approached the subject, he fled on foot but was apprehended after a short foot chase.

The officer damaged his uniform as a result of the chase and charged 41 year old Steven Saylor of Berea KY with Fleeing or Evading Police 1st Degree and Criminal Mischief 3rd Degree.

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