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Weekly arrest report 6/23/21

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. 

  • Eric Swanigan, 36, of Olive Hill, arrested by Kentucky State Police, on charges of first degree possession of methamphetamine, first degree possession of heroin, possession of drug paraphernalia, and failure to appear, arrested and book on June 14.
  • Christopher Bradley, 30, of Olive Hill, arrested by Kentucky State Police, on five counts of failure to appear, arrested and booked on June 14. 
  • Ronald Henderson Jr., 49, of Olive Hill, arrested by Kentucky State Police, on charges of operating a motor vehicle under the influence, failure to wear seat belts, license not in possession, no registration receipt, failure to produce insurance card, and first degree possession of methamphetamine, arrested and booked on June 14. 
  • Abraham Hernandez, 37, of Grayson, arrested by Carter County Sheriff, on charges of fourth degree assault – domestic violence with minor injury, and fourth degree assault – child abuse, arrested and booked on June 15. 
  • Gerald Butler, 47, of Hitchins, arrested by Kentucky State Police, on charges of failure to appear, and theft by unlawful taking or disposition of property – more than $500 but under $10,000, arrested and booked on June 15. 
  • Mandy Elliot, 43, of Grayson, arrested by Grayson PD, on charges of failure to appear, first degree possession of heroin, and first degree possession of methamphetamine, arrested and booked on June 15. 
  • James Salyers, 29, of Sandy Hook, self-surrender to Carter County Detention Center, booked June 16. 
  • Jason Colley, 49, of Grayson, arrested by Carter County Sheriff, on two counts of failure to appear and non-payment of court costs, fees, or fines, arrested and booked on June 17. 
  • Rocky Slone, 44, of Nicholasville, arrested by Carter County Sheriff, on a charge of flagrant non-support, arrested May 11, booked June 17. 
  • Michael Calloway, 40, address unknown, arrested by Department of Corrections, on warrant served for another police agency, arrested June 3, booked June 17. 
  • Joseph Parsons, 20, of Olive Hill, arrested by Kentucky State Police, on charges of operating a motor vehicle under the influence, open alcoholic beverage container in vehicle, arrested and booked on June 17. 
  • Tony Chancy, 58, of Grayson, arrested by Grayson PD, on charges of operating a motor vehicle under the influence, and no registration receipt, arrested and booked on June 18. 
  • Summer Musgrave, 37, of Olive Hill, arrested by Kentucky State Police, on a charge of failure to appear, arrested and booked on June 18. 
  • Craig Horton, 38, of Grayson, arrested by Kentucky State Police, on charges of failure to wear seat belts, operating on a suspended or revoked operator’s license, no registration receipt, failure to produce insurance card, and failure to appear, arrested and booked on June 18. 
  • Travis Roberts, 32, of Willard, arrested by Kentucky State Police, on charges of failure to appear, failure to wear seat belts, no operators – moped license, and failure to produce insurance card, arrested and booked on June 18. 
  • Anna Gillispie, 31, of Grayson, arrested by Grayson PD, on four counts of failure to appear, arrested and booked on June 19. 
  • Austin Miller, 26, of Grayson, arrested by Grayson PD, on two counts of probation violation for felony offenses, and one count of failure to appear, arrested and booked on June 19. 
  • Jeffrey Vanhoose, 54, of Ashland, arrested by Carter County Sheriff, on a charge of failure to appear, arrested and booked on June 19. 
  • John Ratliff, 36, of Huntington, arrested by Kentucky State Police, charges unavailable, arrested and booked on June 20. 
  • Joseph Elam, 33, of Grayson, arrested by Grayson PD, charges unavailable, arrested and booked on June 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. Individuals who are released or post bail shortly after arrest may not be listed. 

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