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Woman accused of showing up at sheriff’s office under the influence

Knox County sheriff's deputies didn't have to leave the office to make a public intoxication arrest, because the accused was under the influence when she walked-in to the office, according to investigators.   

Man accused of threatening to kill woman and three children

A man was arrested Monday night in Knox County after deputies say he threatened to shoot and kill a woman and three children.

Deputy: Kentucky teacher charged for being drunk at school

Reports say Matthew Hubbard was charged Tuesday with alcohol intoxication in a public place.

Deputy: Berea woman posed as her sister to avoid charges

The woman later admitted she gave a false name to avoid warrants, according to court documents.

Man accused of asking young girl to model underwear in clothing store

A Richmond man is accused of asking a young girl to model underwear for him in a clothing store in the Richmond Centre.

Laurel Co. man accused hitting woman and child with bat

Dustin Patterson is accused of hitting his girlfriend and her three-year-old son, with a bat.

Berea man accused of assaulting firefighters

Berea Police arrested and charged a man with assault after they say he pushed firefighters.

Woman carrying .357 pistol charged with public intoxication

A woman in Laurel County is accused of being intoxicated, causing disturbances in two businesses all while carrying a holstered .357 pistol.

LCSO: Man arrested after dancing in the street

The Laurel County Sheriff's Office says they arrested a man on a public intoxication charge after he was dancing in the street Tuesday night.

Sheriff: Women arrested for doing drugs in elementary school bathroom

Investigators say they found 52-year old Lisa Whitworth and 44-year old Wanda Hubbard, both of Slemp, inside the bathroom stall with a yellow substance around their noses.

Man arrested after found slumped over steering wheel

Deputies with the Laurel County Sheriff's Office say a man was arrested after a complaint said he was slumped over the steering wheel of a car.

Man arrested for public intoxication in Laurel Co.

The Laurel County Sheriff's Office says a man has been charged with public intoxication after a complaint of a suspicious vehicle in a driveway.

Woman accused of being under the influence in court

A woman admitted to being under the influence in court, according to the Laurel County Sheriff's Office.

Woman arrested after laying in road in Laurel Co.

Deputies with the Laurel County Sheriff's Department say a woman was arrested after laying in the road, forcing cars to go around her.

Woman accused of being intoxicated while caring for child

A Martin County woman is accused of being intoxicated while caring for a toddler, according to sheriff's deputies.

Lexington Police arrest man for arson after Sunday business fire

Police have arrested a man they say intentionally started a fire at Fast Enough Performance on Sunday afternoon.

Two arrested after man runs nude on Berea College campus

Two people have been arrested and charged after they were seen running through the campus of Berea College, partially or fully nude.

Sheriff: Rooster, needles, drugs found in home with children

The Laurel County Sheriff says children were taken from home where there was no food, running water and a rooster running loose.

Lexington woman charged with assaulting officers

Woman arrested for spitting, biting, and hitting officers.

2 people arrested on multiple charges in Laurel County

LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ)- Two individuals were arrested Monday afternoon after deputies received a referral regarding a physical abuse complaint. 29 year-old Stephanie Lynne Smith...

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