Burglary investigations, drug busts keep police busy

DANVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ) A series of burglary investigations and drug busts have kept Danville Police busy in the last few days.
And investigators need the public’s help identifying suspects.

Thompson Center suspect/Danville Police

According to Danville Police, on Aug. 15, officers responded to Thompson’s Service Center, at 554 East Lexington Ave., for reports of a burglary that had occurred overnight.
Investigation reveals a man forced entry into the business at approximately 3:15 a.m. and once inside, took various tools and cash. The subject then flees the scene in an unknown direction.
Anyone with information is encouraged to call the Danville Police Department at (859) 238-1220 and ask for the on-duty supervisor. Anonymous information can be sent to tips@danvilleky.gov

Marathon Gas suspect/Danville Police

On August 15, 2020 at 2:44 a.m.officers responded to an alarm at the Marathon Gas Station at 109 Quisenberry Ave. Upon further investigation, an unknown suspect forced entry into the business, then fled the scene
Officer Roller is the investigating Officer.
The Danville Police Department is requesting assistance in identifying an individual in reference to the Liberty Gas Station being burglarized on August 12, 2020.
Contact Detective Lisa Dollins if you have any information 859-238-1224.

Liberty Gas suspect/Danville Police

In unrelated drug cases, at about 9:20 p.m. Sunday, Danville Police made a traffic stop at South 2nd Street and East Martin Luther King Jr. Drive.
During a search of the three people in the car, narcotics and narcotics equipment were found, police said.
Police arrested 31-year-old Jessica Crawley, of Lexington, 29-year-old Amanda Medley, of Willisburg, and 43-year-old Julie Johnson, of Lexington.
Crawley is charged with first-degree meth possession, tampering with evidence, promoting contraband. Medley is charged with possession of marijuana, first-degree heroin possession, and tampering with evidence.  Johnson is charged with first-degree heroin possession.
In an unrelated case, at 4:15 p.m. Sunday, 41-year-old Alan Thomas, of Paducah, was charged with marijuana trafficking, first-degree heroin trafficking, possession of Percocet and traffic violations during a traffic stop at Liberty Gas Station.
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