Police and fire reports for Dec. 28, 2016

Published 11:33 am Wednesday, December 28, 2016

WINCHESTER POLICE

Accidents

— At 3:57 p.m. Dec. 23, officers responded to an injury accident in the Kroger parking lot in which Robert C. Booth of 1 Bristol Place, was backing out of a parking space and hit the accelerator instead of the brake. His car hit Robin C. Everman, who was walking through the parking lot, and pinned her against another vehicle. Everman was transported to Clark Regional Medical Center with unspecified injuries.

— At 12:18 p.m. Sunday, officers responded to an injury accident on North Maple Street in which Quentin S. Bowling of 306 S. Main St. was attempting to cross Maple Street from the Interstate 64 off ramp and pulled in front of an oncoming vehicle, driven by Alexa B. Abshear of Willisburg. Abshear, Bowling and one of his passengers Brittany Smith, were all transported to Clark Regional Medical Center with unspecified injuries.

CLARK COUNTY SHERIFF

Reports

— At 1:47 p.m. Saturday, deputies were called to the 10-mile marker of the Mountain Parkway concerning a stolen pickup truck.

— At 2:53 p.m. Monday, deputies were called to 1580 Irvine Road concerning the theft of a cordless drill.

— At 4:11 p.m. Monday, deputies were called to 570 Van Meter Road concerning a stolen trailer.

— At 3 p.m. Sunday, deputies were called to Fountain Circle, 200 Glenway Road, concerning a report of missing money from a resident.

WINCHESTER FIRE-EMS

— On Tuesday, emergency personnel responded to three general medical calls and one stroke.

— At 5:52 p.m. Tuesday, firefighters responded with Clark County Fire Department for a structure fire at 2447 Irvine Road.

CLARK COUNTY FIRE

— At 5:47 p.m. Tuesday, firefighters were called to 2447 Irvine for a structure fire at a residence. Firefighters said the fire began as a grease fire inside a double-wide residence and spread into the walls and attic. No injuries were reported. Firefighters were on the scene for more than three hours. The residents were a Roberts family, and firefighters are working to identify the owner.