Weekend Roundup

(Top row, left to right) James Hagen Fulton, 37, of South Shore, Jessica Dawn Miller, 34, of South Shore, and Jennifer Lyn Wolfe, 31, of Garrison. (Second row, left to right) Kelsie J. Lucas, 26, of Grayson, William A. Church, 47, of Webbville, and Amy D. Davis, 37, of Rush. 

The following arrests were made over the weekend in Boyd, Greenup and Carter counties, according to jail and police records, on the following charges: 

  • Amy D. Davis, 37, of Rush, Friday, Boyd County Sheriff’s Department: operating a motor vehicle under the influence, driving on a DUI suspended license, first-degree wanton endangerment, first-degree trafficking in methamphetamine and a persistent felony offender charge. Davis was lodged at the Boyd County Detention Center.
  • James Hagen Fulton, 37, of South Shore, Saturday, Flatwoods Police Department: failure to appear and first-degree trafficking in methamphetamine. Fulton was lodged at the Greenup County Detention Center.
  • Jessica Dawn Miller, 34, of South Shore, Sunday, Greenup County Sheriff’s Department: first-degree wanton endangerment and first-degree possession of methamphetamine. Miller was lodged at the Greenup County Detention Center.
  • Jennifer Lyn Wolfe, 31, of Garrison, Monday, Kentucky State Police: endangering the welfare of a minor, buying or possessing drug paraphernalia, third-degree possession of a controlled substance, first-degree possession of methamphetamine, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol and four additional traffic charges. Wolfe was lodged at the Greenup County Detention Center.
  • Kelsie J. Lucas, 26, of Grayson, Friday, Kentucky State Police: first-degree possession of the heroin and buying or possessing drug paraphernalia. Lucas was lodged at the Carter County Detention Center.
  • William A. Church, 47, of Webbville, Saturday, Kentucky State Police: menacing, first-degree possession of heroin and tampering with physical evidence. Church was lodged at the Carter County Detention Center.

An arrest is not a conviction of guilt and all individuals are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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