GLASGOW POLICE MAKE SEVERAL ARRESTS PDF Print
Wednesday, 23 January 2013 06:30

 

20 year old James C. Stiles of West Cherry Street in Glasgow was arrested on Friday and charged with Burglary, 2nd degree. The arrest stems from a robbery that occurred on January 11 on North Race Street where a PSP Game System and a Bulova Watch were taken. Through investigation by the Glasgow Police it was determined that Mr. Stiles had sold a PSP Game System to Entertainment Shack in Glasgow and Stiles had sold the watch to  Shady Boys Pawn Shop in Bowling Green. James Stiles was transported to the Barren County Correctional Center.

 

Glasgow Police received a report of a non-injury accident Sunday morning on Ford Drive, the caller said that four or five males were running from the scene of the accident. Officer Fletcher made contact with a subject on North Race Street, believed to have been involved in the accident. He told police that Eddie Cooper of North Green Street was driving the car. When officers went to Coopers’ residence he stated he was not the driver that his car had been stolen. Cooper was charged with Leaving the Scene of an Accident and Operating a Motor Vehicle Under the Influence, 1st Offense and transported to the Barren County Correctional Facility.


On Monday, Rite Aid Pharmacy received a call from a female stating she was with Dr. Manion’s Office and she was calling in a prescription for Lortabs for a Kathy Parizo. The pharmacy verified the information with Dr. Manion’s Office and they were advised the prescription was not called in by their office. When 23 year old Katrina S. Jimenez of Patton Court in Louisville came to pick up the prescription, she was arrested and charged with Criminal Possession of a Forged Prescription, 1st Offense and lodged in the Barren County Correction Center.

 

 

 

 

 

Today is Sharon Mutter Day. Retiring from NHC after 44 years of service!!

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