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HomeLocal NewsCrimeWeekly arrests report: 1/25/23

Weekly arrests report: 1/25/23

The following individuals were arrested and booked into the Carter County Detention Center over the past week. This list includes local arrests only. It does not include federal inmates being housed at or transported through the detention center.

  • Eddie Kennedy, 67, of Webbville, arrested by Kentucky State Police, on charges of speeding 10 mph over limit, failure to wear seat belts, possession of an open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, and failure to or improper signal, arrested and booked January 16.
  • Tyler Ratcliff, 19, of Grayson, arrested by Grayson PD, on two counts of failure to appear and a charge of second degree fleeing or evading police (on foot), arrested and booked January 16.
  • Brandon Lawson, 41, of Olive Hill, arrested by Carter County Sheriff, on two counts of non-payment of court costs, fees, or fines, and for failure to appear, arrested and booked January 16.
  • Kenneth White, 33, of Grayson, arrested by Grayson PD, on two counts of non-payment of court costs, fees, or fines, arrested and booked January 16.
  • Rick Hargis, 55, of Olive Hill, arrested by Carter County Sheriff, on charges of fourth degree assault (domestic violence) with minor injury, and first degree wanton endangerment, arrested and booked January 17.
  • Jeanetta Kennedy, 54, of Grayson, arrested by Carter County Sheriff, for non-payment of court costs, fees, or fines, arrested and booked January 17.
  • Caitlin Fraley, 34, of Grayson, arrested by Grayson PD, on charges of careless driving, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of a controlled substance, operating on a suspended or revoked operator’s license, failure to produce an insurance card, and a warrant for parole violation, arrested and booked January 18.
  • Michael McGlone, 49, of Grayson, arrested by Grayson PD, on a charge of intimidating a participant in the legal process, arrested and booked January 18.
  • Skyler Conley, 28, of Grayson, arrested by Grayson PD, on charges of operating a motor vehicle under the influence of a controlled substance, driving on a DUI suspended license – second offense, no registration plates, no registration receipt, and failure to maintain required insurance, arrested January 18, booked January 19.
  • Kristy Burnett, 32, of Grayson, arrested by Kentucky State Police, on charges of no registration receipt, no registration plates, failure to maintain required insurance – second offense, possession of marijuana, first degree possession of a controlled substance (heroin), failure to register transfer of a motor vehicle, possession of drug paraphernalia, improper display of registration plates, and failure to appear, arrested January 18, booked January 19.
  • Brandon Greene, 32, of Grayson, arrested by Carter County Circuit Court – Drug Court, for contempt of court – libel/slander – resistance to order, arrested and booked January 20.
  • Vicki Tackett, 63, of Quincy, self-surrender, for contempt of court – libel/slander – resistance to order, arrested and booked January 20.
  • David Fink, 35, of Grayson, arrested by Kentucky State Police, on charges of driving on a DUI suspended license (with aggravating circumstances), reckless driving, operating a motor vehicle under the influence – second offense, failure to wear seat belts, first degree possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), rear license not illuminated, and failure to surrender a revoked operator’s license, arrested and booked January 21.
  • Rachel Bays, 29, of Morehead, arrested by Olive Hill PD, for failure to appear and non-payment of court costs, fees, or fines, arrested and booked January 21.
  • David Prince, 38, of Grayson, arrested by Carter County Sheriff, for failure to appear, arrested and booked January 22.

All of the charges listed are arrest charges only, and do not indicate an indictment or a conviction for the charges in question. All subjects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Information is compiled from publicly available sources, but may not be comprehensive.

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