Weekend Roundup

(Top row, left to right) William D. Helms, 45, of Rush, Zachary Melvin Parsley, 27, of Ashland, and Michael Hurston Bundy, 47, of Beckley, WV. (Second row, left to right) Travis Jay Stephens II, 37, of Grayson, Tina J. Seagraves, 44, of Grayson, and Ronald E. Weaver, 37, of Olive Hill. 

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

•William D. Helms, 45, of Rush, was arrested by the Boyd County Sheriff’s Department on Friday on the charges of speeding 26 mph or more than the speed limit, no tail lamps, first-degree fleeing or evading police in a motor vehicle, carrying a concealed weapon by prior deadly weapon felony offender, operating on a suspended or revoked license, multiple traffic violations and two warrants. Helms was lodged at the Boyd County Detention Center.

•Zachary Melvin Parsley, 27, of Ashland, was arrested on Sunday by the Boyd County Sheriff’s Department on the charges of importing heroin, first-degree possession of the heroin and buying or possessing drug paraphernalia. Parsley was lodged at the Boyd County Detention Center.

•Michael Hurston Bundy, 47, of Ashland, was arrested on Friday by the Ashland Police Department on the charge of second-degree burglary. Bundy was lodged at the Boyd County Detention Center.

•Travis Jay Stephens II, 37, of Grayson, was arrested on Friday by the Greenup County Sheriff’s Department on the charges of fourth-degree assault, intimidating a participant in the legal process and resisting arrest. Stephens was lodged at the Greenup County Detention Center.

•Tina J. Seagraves, 44, of Grayson, was arrested on Saturday by the Carter County Sheriff’s Department on the charges of theft by deception, including cold checks under $10,000, and theft by deception or disposition all others $500 or more but under $10,000. Seagraves was lodged at the Carter County Detention Center.

•Ronald E. Weaver, 37, of Olive Hill, was arrested on Sunday by Kentucky State Police on the charges of fourth-degree assault, a domestic violence charge, third-degree terroristic threatening and first-degree possession of methamphetamine. Weaver 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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