Richmond Police Report Aug. 7, 2017


Missing: Richmond police have a missing person report on Gabrielle Caldwell, 28, Homeless of Richmond, Kentucky.

Caldwell was last seen wearing a white tank top and dark shorts. She has been know to hang out in the area of Quality Quarters and Super 7. She could be with a male subject named Percy.

If you know the location of Miss Caldwell call 859 623-1162.


Possession of Controlled Substance: On 08/06/2017, Richmond police arrested Tommy McIntosh, 28 of Jake Street. Richmond, Kentucky for Shoplifting,Failure to Produce Insurance, No Registration Receipt, Possession of Controlled Substance 1st (Methamphetamine) and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.

McIntosh was lodged in the Madison County Detention Center.


Burglary: On 08/04/2017, Richmond police arrested Robert Coney,29 of Booneway. Richmond, Kentucky. Police received a complaint that Coney was in the area of Palamino Drive, going around houses and vehicles in Brookline Subdivison. Upon arriving at the scene the officer spotted Coney who ran from the officer and was apprehended attempted to jump a fence.

Coney was in possession of $620.00 worth of gift cards $700.00 in Master Card Gift Cards and three $200.00 Vista Cards purchased with a stolen credit card. Coney also had the keys to 2012 Toyota Prius that he had stolen earlier and the stolen credit cards that belonged to the victim. Coney when spotted was attempting to make entry into a residence on Palamino. The gift cards were purchased at Meijers.

Coney was charged with Burglary 2nd, Public Intoxication, Fleeing and Evading Police, Theft by Unlawful Taking (Auto), Theft by Unlawful Taking U/500 Contents from vehicle, Fraud Use of Credit Card and Theft by Deception.

Coney was lodged in the Madison County Detention Center.


Possession of a Controlled Substance: On 08/01/2017, Richmond police arrested Steven Shear,30 of Maple Grove. Richmond, Kentucky. Shear was charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance 1st ( Heroin), Possession of Controlled Substance 2nd, Possession of Burglary Tools, Tampering with Physical Evidence, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Receiving Stolen Property u/10,000 and Receiving Stolen Property (Firearm).

Shear was lodged in the Madison County Detention Center.


Possession of Handgun by Convicted Felon: On 07/31/2017, police charged Kareen Jenkins, age 38, Lithonia, GA, for several offenses after responding to a shooting on Gibson Lane.

At approximately 7:30 AM. officers were dispatched to a residence on Gibson Lane to investigate a report of a male subject suffering from a gunshot wound to the abdomen. Officers discovered the person responsible for the shooting fled the scene. The victim was taken to a local hospital where he remains in critical care.

Further investigation identified, Kareen Jenkins, age 38 as the suspect. At approximately 10:00 PM. Jenkins was observed operating a vehicle in the area of Lowes. A Richmond officer attempted to stop Jenkins but he refused and led police on a short pursuit before jumping out of his vehicle and fleeing on foot. While fleeing, Jenkins unlawfully entered a local residence and told the occupants he was running from police. Jenkins left the residence and was located hiding in a wooded area behind it.

A subsequent search of the vehicle Jenkins was operating produced a handgun, approximately 36.3 grams of methamphetamine, 8.6 grams of suspected heroin, and 8.3 grams of cocaine.

Jenkins was charged for the following offenses and lodged in the MCDC:
Assault 1st Degree
Possession of Handgun by Convicted Felon
Fleeing or Evading Police 1st (Motor Vehicle)
Fleeing or Evading Police 2nd Degree (On Foot)
Wanton Endangerment 1st Degree (Police Officer)
Trafficking in a Controlled Substance 1st Degree, 3 counts
Criminal Mischief 1st Degree
Burglary 2nd Degree


Scam Alert: We want to warn residents of scammers who call and tell family members that a loved one, such as grandchildren have been arrested and are in jail. The victims are told the only way they can pay is to buy Walmart, Target or iTunes gift cards.

Scammers insist on using these cards because the victim cannot get their money back once the scammer uses the code.

The Police Department wants to remind residents that these calls are not standard procedure and anyone who may be contacted by these scammers to check facts and not make hasty decisions to send money just because you are told that a loved one has been arrested.

They say the scammers want you to make a quick decision after pressuring you.

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