While children were searching for Easter eggs over the weekend, local law enforcement was busy searching for drugs and bench warrants, jail records show — especially in Boyd and at the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center, records show.

The following people were locked up over the weekend. Anyone named in the lock-ups should be presumed innocent until proven guilty.

Boyd County Detention Center

• April D. Combs, 38, of Hazard, was booked Friday as a federal inmate on a first-degree promotion of contraband charge.

• Autumn A. Wallace, 20, of Ashland, was booked Friday on a harassing communications charge.

• John M. Kouns, 43, of Flatwoods, was booked Friday on a two probation violations and charges of first-offense simple possession of meth and shoplifting less than $500 in value.

• Mark Browning, 62, of Friendship, Ohio, was booked Friday on charges of first-offense DUI, first-degree promotion of contraband, three traffic violations and a bench warrant.

• Ricky D. Flannery, 57, of Olive Hill, was booked Friday on charges of first-offense DUI and open container.

• Anna M. Gillispie, 31, of Grayson, was booked Saturday on a public intoxication charge and three bench warrants out of Carter County.

• Ted A. Mills, 46, of Rush, was booked Saturday on a parole warrant and a bench warrant.

• Jennifer L. Rice, 42, of Lavalette, West Virginia, was booked Saturday on a shoplifting less than $500 charge, a bench warrant in Rockcastle County and a fugitive warrant.

• Christopher T. Fraley, 43, of Ashland, was booked Saturday on charges of second-degree escape, tampering with a prisoner monitoring device and two probation violations.

Big Sandy Regional

• Sandra K. Hatfield, 40, of Webbville, was booked Friday on a bench warrant and a parole violation.

• Rodney McDowell, 53, of Blaine, was booked Friday on charges of identity theft, first-offense meth trafficking, first-offense heroin trafficking and first-offense trafficking of a third-degree substance.

• Gary E. Richmond, 37, of Flat Gap, was booked Friday on a contempt of court charge.

• John J. Loudon, 39, of Blaine, was booked Friday on charges of cultivating less than five marijuana plants, first-degree fleeing or evading, resisting arrest, first-offense simple possession of meth, possession of drug paraphernalia and shoplifting less than $500.

• Victor M. Hooley, 31, of Louisa, was booked Friday on charges of second-offense DUI, possession of marijuana, a bench warrant and a traffic violation.

• Sarah S. Moore, 36, of Louisa, was booked Saturday on charges of first-offense meth trafficking and tampering with physical evidence.

• Robert C. Ratliff, 46, of Paintsville, was booked Saturday on charges of first-offense meth trafficking.

• Tiara A. Curry, 24, of Louisa, was booked Saturday on two bench warrants.

• David M. Tackett, 33, of White House, was booked Saturday on charges of second-offense simple meth possession, first-offense meth trafficking, possession of a handgun by a convicted felon and three traffic violations.

• Amanda Bowen, 41, of Paintsville, was booked Sunday on a bench warrant.

• April McCarty, 29, of Hagerhill, was booked Sunday on charges of falsely reporting an incident, third-degree terroristic threatening, public intoxication, menacing and second-degree disorderly conduct.

• Timothy Stacy, 49, of no address in Massachusetts, was booked Sunday on a first-offense meth trafficking charge.

• Edgar Maynard Jr., 27, of Lovely, was booked Sunday on charges of theft between $500 and $10,000 in value, second-degree fleeing and a traffic violation.

• Gabrielle N. Fletcher, 22, of Royalton, was booked Sunday on charges of public intoxication, menacing, third-degree terroristic threatening and third-degree criminal trespassing.

• Darren J. Combs, 43, of Stanville, was booked Sunday on a fourth-degree assault charge.  

Carter County

• Charles M. Gilbert, 31, of Olive Hill, was booked Friday on an indictment warrant charging him with third-degree burglary, third-degree criminal mischief, theft between $500 and $10,000 in value, as well as a bench warrant and two traffic violations.

• Rafael Starks, 36, of Detroit, was booked Friday as a federal prisoner in transit.

• Staci L. Wagoner, 31, of Olive Hill, was booked Sunday on charges of possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, first-offense simple possession of meth, resisting arrest, menacing, failure to notify a change of address to the department of transportation and a bench warrant.

Greenup County

• Michael Thayer, 59, of Portsmouth, was booked Friday on charges of possession of marijuana (two counts), first-degree promotion of contraband, first-offense DUI and leaving the scene of an accident without rendering aid.

• Roger L. Stamper, 58, of Quincy, was booked Saturday on a second-degree escape charge and a bench warrant.

Rowan County

• Alfonzo Coffey, 50, of Olympia, was booked Saturday on a flagrant non-support charge.

• Bradley Manning, 40, of Hazel Green, was booked Saturday on charges of public intoxication, possession of drug paraphernalia, first-offense simple possession of meth, possession of marijuana, tampering with physical evidence and two counts of cold checks.

• Jessica Thornberry, 38, of Sandy Hook, was booked Sunday on a circuit court warrant charging her with two counts of first-offense simple possession of meth, possession of drug paraphernalia, and tampering with physical evidence, as well as a couple district court warrants charging her with simple possession of meth and driving on a revoked license due to DUI.

• David Stegall, 43, of Morehead, was booked Sunday on charges of second-offense possession of a first-degree drug, possession of drug paraphernalia, shoplifting less than $500 in value and first-offense simple possession of meth.

• Timothy Cantrell, 42, of Isonville, was booked Sunday on charges of public intoxication (two counts) and disorderly conduct.

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