• On Jan. 11, at 5:54 p.m., Deputy Jeremy Hillyard and other first responders were dispatched to a single-vehicle collision on US 62 West near Hopewell Road. The sheriff’s office said investigation revealed this was an incident that resulted in two separate collision incidents from the same causative vehicle.

The sheriff’s office said the first collision involved a 2004 Dodge Ram pickup with a trailer in tow being operated by Stephanie M. Frost, 21, of Hardin, who was west on US 62. Several hay bales from Frost’s trailer fell off and into the roadway unknowingly to her, according to the sheriff’s office.

The hay bales in the roadway were struck by an eastbound 2021 Toyota Rav4 driven by Randell Ramey, 63, of Eddyville, causing his vehicle to be damaged. There were no reported injuries in this collision event, according to the sheriff’s office.

The sheriff’s office said a second collision involved a 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee driven by Donald Lewis, 54, of Eddyville, which was initially westbound on US 62 when he collided with the hay bales and turned around to warn other drivers and see if he could get the objects out of the roadway. The sheriff’s office said Lewis’ vehicle, while eastbound, came across the centerline and collided with a 2020 Nissan Armada driven by Natasha Cook, 48, of Kuttawa, which was westbound. Two juvenile passengers in Cook’s vehicle were injured and sought treatment at an area hospital, the sheriff’s office said.

Kuttawa Fire Department, Lyon County EMS and the Eddyville Police Department assisted at the scene.

• On Jan. 17, around 9 a.m., Chief Deputy Sam Adams served a criminal complaint on Justin Kingston, 32, of Kuttawa, charging him with criminal trespass — second-degree, according to the sheriff’s office. The incident was investigated by Sheriff Brent White.

• On Jan. 18, between 7:40 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., SRO Deputy Jason Young charged two juveniles as it pertained to threats to the safety of Lyon County Middle School. The sheriff’s office said, in the first incident, a 12-year-old male student reportedly made a threat that he would bring a gun and knife to school and shoot and stab another student. The juvenile was detained and charged with terroristic threatening — second-degree, according to the sheriff’s office. He was lodged in the McCracken County Regional Juvenile Detention Center.

According to the sheriff’s office, the second incident involved a 13-year-old female student reportedly threatening the safety of the middle school directly to a staff member in the school following a dress code violation. The juvenile was also charged with terroristic threatening — second-degree and turned over to a court designated worker, the sheriff’s office said.

• On Jan. 18, around 3 p.m., Chief Deputy Adams and Sheriff White answered a welfare check on Gum Street in Kuttawa.

The sheriff’s office said that, during an investigation, officers found Rocky E. Pack, 41, of Kings Mountain, North Carolina, hiding in a closet. Pack was arrested and charged with being a fugitive from justice from North Carolina as it pertained to a theft related felony warrant, according to the sheriff’s office. In addition, he was charged with possession of marijuana. Pack was lodged in the Crittenden County Detention Center. The sheriff’s office said a woman and a male juvenile in the home were not harmed.

• On Jan. 18, around 8:15 p.m., Deputy David Carroll and Chief Deputy Adams were on Lakeview Drive in Eddyville following up on an unrelated investigation when they had contact with Dillon J. Combs, 31, of Eddyville. The sheriff’s office said Combs was found to be in possession of marijuana, drug paraphernalia and pills. He was issued a citation, which requires a court appearance as it pertains to the following charges: possession of marijuana; drug paraphernalia — buy/possess; and possession controlled substance — third-degree.

• On Jan. 20, around 1:15 p.m., Chief Deputy Adams arrested Christopher J. Shonkwiler, 28, of Louisville, on a Lyon District Court complaint warrant on being a fugitive from another state, according to the sheriff’s office. Shonkwiler is wanted in Wood County, Ohio, on possession of fentanyl. Shonkwiler faces extradition proceedings to determine if he will be sent back to Ohio, according to the sheriff’s office. Until then, he is lodged in the Western KY Correctional Complex as a state inmate.

• On Jan. 21, just after 6 p.m., Deputy Joe Witherspoon made a traffic stop on a 2005 Chevrolet Silverado on KY 810 South. The sheriff’s office said the vehicle was driven by Bryan L. Fox, 53, of Kuttawa. He was subsequently arrested and charged with careless driving and DUI-second offense (aggravating circumstance), according to the sheriff’s office. Fox was lodged in the Crittenden County Detention Center.

• On Jan. 22, around 12:50 a.m., deputies Carroll and Witherspoon responded to a disturbance in Eddyville. The sheriff’s office said Aaron B. Andrews, 42, of Eddyville, was later arrested and lodged in the Crittenden County Detention Center. Andrews was charged with the following offenses: assault, fourth-degree (dating violence); resisting arrest; and assault, third-degree (upon a police officer) — two counts, according to the sheriff’s office.