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On The Record

Individuals listed in the arrest logs are considered innocent until proven guilty. The preliminary charges and bonds may be changed when a case goes to court.

Arrests

Robert W. Guerrero, 33, 5514 W. County Road 50-N., was arrested Monday at the Fayette County Jail by Jail Officer Josh Sparks on warrant charges of possession of a syringe and possession of a narcotic drug. Guerrero was lodged in FCJ in lieu of $30,000 bond.

William M. Pursifull, 54, 1707 Illinois Ave., was arrested Sunday at his residence by Fayette County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Dan Becker on a warrant charge of probation violation. Pursifull was lodged in FCJ in lieu of $7,500 bond.

Brandi R. Gabbard, 51, Laurel, was arrested Sunday at 4200 Western Ave. by Connersville Police Officer Clint Brown on charges of possession of methamphetamine and public intoxication. Gabbard was lodged in FCJ with no bond amount listed.

Joner M. Tackett, 39, 614 E. 5th St., was arrested Friday at 447 W. 7th St. by CPD Officer William Ammerman on warrant charges of possession of a narcotic drug and possession of paraphernalia. Tackett was lodged in FCJ with no bond.

Amanda J. Neeley, 34, Laurel, was arrested Friday at FCJ by Jail Officer Bob Huber on a warrant charge of probation violation. Neeley was lodged in FCJ in lieu of $15,000 bond.

Blotter

CPD reported two welfare checks Monday.

CPD reported one welfare check, one citizen assist, one agency assist, one alarm response Sunday.

Shawna L. Slagle, 120 W. 9th St., reported Saturday a brick had been thrown through a window of her residence, CPD Officer Kyle Miller said.

Stephanie Rent, 811 W. 6th St., reported Saturday a kitchen trailer had been damaged while parked at the Mt. Zion Baptist Church parking lot, CPD Officer Scott Shook said.

Angela L. Chumbley, 317 W. 15th St., reported Saturday a bullet had been shot through a second story window, Ammerman said.

Willard J. Perry, 3208 Beeson Ave., reported Saturday eight solar lamps had been stolen from his yard, CPD Officer Josh Tudor said.

Steve W. Ekstrom, 1119 Conwell St., reported Saturday a set of keys had been taken from his residence, Tudor said.

CPD reported eight citizen assists, one animal issue, three verbal arguments, one alarm response, one juvenile issue and one agency assist Saturday.

CPD reported two animal issues, one vehicle identification number check, three medical calls, two citizen assists and one agency assist Friday.