Police fire reports

WINCHESTER FIRE-EMS

Reports for May 20-23

From Thursday through Sunday, Winchester Fire-EMS had 44 general medical runs, nine cardiac cases, two respiratory cases, one diabetic case, one seizure and one overdose.

• Friday night at 10:22, city fire and EMS responded to a power line down on a car at 137 Linden.

• On Saturday at 2:50 p.m., firefighters responded to a motor vehicle accident at the 95 mile marker on Interstate 64.

• At 10:47 p.m. Sunday, firefighters responded to a motor vehicle accident at Boonesboro and Ford roads.

WINCHESTER POLICE

Arrests for May 21-23

• Daren Blake Adams, 23, was arrested Saturday with first-degree wanton endangerment.

• Francesca H. Bacon, 40, was charged Saturday with failure to appear in court.

• Jenny Davis, 66, was charged Saturday with second-degree disorderly conduct and second-degree indecent exposure. She was also served a warrant from another police agency.

• On Saturday, Raleigh Green, 37, and Raleigh Green, 60, were both charged with theft by unlawful taking (shoplifting) under $500, and the older man was also charged with third-degree criminal trespassing.

• On Sunday, Danzon Reid Harris, 30, was served a bench warrant for court.

• Marcus Scott Hurst, 44, was arrested Saturday for third-degree assault of a police officer.

• Eric Larry, 28, was arrested Saturday for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or another substance, reckless driving and disregarding a stop sign.

• Danny L. Maynard, 46, was charged Friday with theft by unlawful taking (shoplifting) under $500.

• Zachary James Noble, 35, was arrested Saturday for public intoxication involving a controlled substance. He was also served a bench warrant for court.

• Billy Riley, 42, on Saturday was charged with theft by unlawful taking (shoplifting) under $500.

• Felisha L. Shinevarre, 29, was charged Sunday with public intoxication involving a controlled substance.

• Whitney Ladawn Stokley, 31, was served a warrant from another police agency on Friday.

• Michael A. Thomas, 59, was served a warrant from another police agency on Friday.

• Allison Leigh Tippins, 39, was charged with public intoxication involving a controlled substance on Saturday.

• Anthony White, 34, was charged with leaving the scene of an accident and failure to render assistance on Sunday.

Police/Fire Reports

Clark County Sheriff

• May 14, Aaron B. Collins, 30, 337 South Burns Rd., was charged with speeding, reckless driving, improper tags, and no insurance card.

• May 16, Jacob Levy, 24, 200 Buffalo Trace #4, was charged in Colby for reckless driving, driving under the influence, fleeing police, trafficking in marijuana, neglect to wear a seat belt, and wanton endangerment.

• May 16, Julie Brooks, 35, 227 Robyn Drive, was given a warrant for arrest and charged for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

• May 16, Todd Sanders, 42, homeless, was charged in Calmes for leaving the scene of an accident without rendering aid, DUI, neglect to wear a seat belt, and criminal mischief.

CLARK COUNTY FIRE

•On Monday, May 17, Clark County firefighters responded to a struck natural gas line on 25 Holiday Rd.

•On Tuesday, May 18, Clark County firefighters responded to an alarm-sounding on 2005 Fortune Drive.

•Clark County firefighters responded to an alarm-sounding on 1285 Enterprise Drive.

•Clark County firefighters responded to an alarm-sounding on 206 Candlewood Court.

•Clark County firefighters responded to a multiple vehicle accident at the 91-mile marker on East I-64.

•On Wednesday, May 19, Clark County firefighters responded to an alarm-sounding on 102 Bellbrook Lane.

•Clark County firefighters responded to a multiple vehicle accident at Maple Street and Lexington Avenue.

•Clark County firefighters responded to a mulch fire on 136 Stevenson Heights.

WINCHESTER POLICE

Incident reports, May 19

•At 12:05 am, Winchester police received complaints of a white Cadillac SUV playing loud music on Oliver Street. The persons were investigated and the music was turned down while police were at the scene.

•At 12:13 am, Winchester police received complaints of a vehicle playing the radio loud enough to shake 50 windows on Madison/First. The vehicle was gone from the scene when police arrived.

•At 12:33 am, Winchester police settled complaints of out of control juveniles on 225 Oxford Drive. A 17-year-old woman did not have custody of a daughter. Police were advised the daughter’s grandmother holds custody.

•At 1:51 am, Winchester police provided assistance after reports of a white or silver Kia at the 90-mile marker on East I-64 not keeping in its lane.

•At 2:44 am, Winchester police responded to a truck driver door alarm-sounding on 1175 Enterprise Drive. The alarm was determined to be false.

•At 3:13 am, Winchester police conducted a traffic stop on 4 West Washington St.

•At 4:09 am, Winchester police conducted a traffic stop on 1307 West Lexington Avenue.

•At 5:37, Winchester police investigated complaints of a prowler on Hodgkins Ally/Broadway. A bed-bound individual reported hearing thumps caused by a skateboarder or group of juveniles. The persons were gone by the time police arrived.

•At 5:50 am, Winchester police conducted a traffic stop on Boonseboro Road/Old Boonesboro Road. An arrest was made.

•At 6:20 am, Winchester police received reports of a white Toyota Camry at the 100-mile marker on West T-64 driving at a high rate of speed and swerving across the road center and side lines. The complaints were deemed unfounded.

•At 7:29 am, Winchester police conducted a traffic stop on Cross Brook/Ascot. A verbal warning was given.

•At 8:28 am, Winchester police were advised on 16 South Maple St. that an individual had been neglecting their disabled son. It was reported that the parent would not take their son to his doctor’s appointments and that his condition was worsening. Assistance was provided.

•At 9:48 am, Winchester police responded to reports of an intoxicated individual on Wall Street laying on the sidewalk.

•At 10:14 am, Winchester police received a report of a vehicular theft on 14 Georgia St.

•At 11:07 am, Winchester police responded to a traffic accident between a red pickup truck and a red car on Maple/Lexington.

•At 11:18 am, Winchester police settled trouble after a report of multiple juveniles driving a golf cart up and down Hawthorne Drive and Rose Drive.

•At 11:23 am, Winchester police conducted a traffic stop on Jefferson/Jackson. A verbal warning was given.

•At 11:32 am, Winchester police made an arrest on a warrant in Jefferson/Jackson.

•At 12:24 pm, Winchester police conducted a traffic stop on 914 Georgia St.

•At 1:25 pm, Winchester police responded to an accident between a Chevy Equinox and a Nissa Altima at a parking lot on 900 Bypass Road.

•At 1:27 pm, Winchester police took a report on 16 South Maple St. of a vehicular accident at Brooks/Codella.

•At 2:33 pm, Winchester police took a report on 40 Shady Lane that a woman had received a threatening voicemail.

•At 2:41 pm, Winchester police made an arrest regarding a stolen gift certificate on 1541 Bypass Road.

•At 3:27 pm, Winchester police conducted a mental health transport on 114 East Robinson Court.

•At 4:00 pm, Winchester police provided motorist assistance at the 7-mile marker on West Mountain Parkway.

•At 4:01 pm Winchester police made a public intoxication arrest after a man was reported to be passed out on a set of fire escape steps on 60 North Main St.

•At 4:56 pm, Winchester police carried out a warrant on Roy Driver at 30 Wall St.

•At 5:29 pm, Winchester police took a report of a two vehicle collission stalling the opposite lane of travel on Lexington/Shoppers Village. No injuries were reported.

•At 5:42 pm, Winchester police provided motorist assistance on Lexington/Bypass.

•At 6:27 pm, Winchester police received a theft report on 3459 Stamper Drive that a woman’s boyfriend has her smartphone in Illinois and is refusing to send it back.

•At 6:43 pm, Winchester police provided assistance to a man on 54 Melborne St. suffering from a meth overdose with difficulty breathing. Assistance was provided to Winchester firefighters and EMS.

•At 7:11 pm, Winchester police responded to a report of an armed male on 245 Carolina Ave. knocking on a door and screaming to have it opened. The subject was gone by the time police arrived.

•At 7:30 pm, Winchester police conducted a welfare check on 27 East Washington St. The subject appeared 10-4.

•At 7:53 pm, Winchester police settled trouble regarding a subject reportedly trespassing on 124 Sterlin St. Monday, May 17.

•At 9:26 pm, Winchester police took a report of an assault on 225 Oxford Drive.

•At 10:24 pm, Winchester police conducted a traffic stop when a vehicle was spotted on Bypass/Boone driving without headlights. A verbal warning was given.

•At 11:06 pm, Winchester police investigated a possible DUI at 1307 West Lexington Ave.

•At 11:21 pm, Winchester police responded to a report of a domestic dispute on College/Garner. The subjects were gone by the time police arrived.

•At 11:35 pm, Winchester police responded to a report of a publicly intoxicated man on Maple/Broadway walking in the middle of the road. The subject was gone by the time police arrived.

•At 11:54 pm, Winchester police were advised on 100 Winchester Plaza. This missing person, Nicholas Lewis, was last seen checking out of a hotel around noon on May 17. Lewis reportedly drives a 2005 Volvo Silver with an Ontario license plate. A missing persons entry was added to NCIC.