At 10 a.m. Jan. 6, Sheriff Brent White arrested Maryann M. Williams, 37, of Scottsville, on 10
bench warrants from Warren District Court charging her with failure to appear on multiple theft-related cases.
She remains lodged in the Ross-Cash Correctional Complex.
Also Jan. 6, shortly after 12 p.m. Sheriff White took a report regarding FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) fraud complaint, in which a Lamasco citizen received a letter from the U.S. Small Business Administration pursuant to a FEMA storm damage
claim the victim
Sheriff White reminds citizens this could be someone who has stolen your identity and is making a fraudulent FEMA claim because you have an address in a county where a disaster has been declared. If you suspect fraud involving your identity in this manner, you should report this matter to both the SBA Customer Service Center at 1-800-659-2955 and the National Center for Disaster Fraud at 866-720-5721.
In a third Jan.6 incident at 1:30 p.m., Chief Deputy Sheriff Sam Adams and
Sheriff White, along with Lyon County Emergency Medical Service and Kuttawa Fire Department responded to a single-vehicle wreck
on Ky. 295 South, near the Springs Subdivision. Clifton S. Flowers, 33, of Princeton was driving south on Ky. 295 in a 2003 Dodge Ram pickup truck when he lost control of his vehicle and left the road before crashing into a tree head-on.
He was transported by Lyon County EMS to the Caldwell County Medical Center where he was treated and released.
Following his release, Adams charged Flowers with driving under the influence- second offense and operating a motor vehicle without an ignition interlock device.
He was lodged in the Crittenden County Detention Center.
In another incident Jan. 6 at 4:43 p.m., Deputy Sheriff Seth P’Pool was dispatched to a single-vehicle wreck on Interstate-69 at the 71-mile marker. A 2002 Ford was southbound on I-69 when the driver, James Adams, 40, of Central City, lost control and collided with a guard rail.
Adams was not injured, but the vehicle was disabled and had to be towed from the scene.
Also on Jan. 6, beginning about 7:15 a.m. and continuing through 5 p.m., Sheriff White and deputies responded to multiple winter weather related incidents. There were multiple accidents reported, however, once on scene, officers determined most to be only slide-offs or motorist assists. Personnel responded to six on Ky. 93 South, one on Ky. 274, one on Ky. 1055, one on Rose Lane, and one on Commerce Street in Eddyville. There were two collisions (one injury/one non-injury) listed above on Ky. 295 South and I-69 at the 71-mile marker respectively.
On Jan. 5, at 11:49 a.m., Sheriff White served a Lyon Circuit Court bench warrant on Lloyd A. Clemons, 21,of Dallas, Georgia. Clemons voluntarily surrendered to the sheriff after he allegedly failed to appear in court for sentencing on a felony drug trafficking case.
Clemons was lodged in the Crittenden County Detention Center.
Also on Jan. 5 at 3:45 p.m., Sheriff White responded to his office where Diane M. Ballard, 61, of Eddyville, had appeared and requested to speak with a law enforcement officer.
Ballard was the subject of a complaint which was received at 2:19 p.m. the same date from a business on Ky. 293. Ballard was allegedly hallucinating and under the influence of methamphetamine. After being taken into custody, Ballard allegedly became loud and disruptive in the courthouse and had to be restrained. She was charged with public intoxication, second-degree disorderly conduct, second-degree possession of a controlled substance, third-degree possession of a controlled substance, and illegal possession of a legend drug.
She was lodged in the Crittenden County Detention Center.
On Jan. 3 about 11 a.m., Sheriff
Brent White served a Warren District Court bench warrant on Andrea Breedlove, 33, of Hopkinsville, charging her with failure to appear in a 2020 drug possession case.
She posted bond
and was released following her arrest.
On Jan.8, shortly before 3 p.m., Deputy Sheriff Seth P’Pool
was dispatched to a wreck in Kuttawa on U.S. 62 at Days Inn Drive and U.S. 62 intersection. A 2011 Toyota 4Runner
driven by Lauren
A. Curwick, 28, of Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, was
pulling out of Huck’s Travel Center. An unidentified semi-truck and trailer was in
a left turn lane and changed course turning the opposite way, right, and collided with Curwick’s Toyota.
The semi-truck driver did not stop and continued on. There were no injuries reported.
On Jan. 7 about 12:05 p.m., Chief Deputy Sheriff Sam Adams charged Brian C. Collins, 44, of Marion, Illinois, on a Lyon Circuit Court bench warrant with failure to appear.
Collins was extradited from Williamson County, Illinois, on the same day and lodged in the Crittenden County Detention Center.