CLARK COUNTY SHERIFF
— At 1:10 a.m. Feb. 5, deputies were called to Athens Boonesboro Road concerning a suspicious vehicle fire. An off-duty Lexington Police officer reported seeing two white men leave the area after setting the vehicle on fire. The officer then followed the men into Fayette County until on-duty officers stopped the vehicle. The officer, Steve Yoder, said the vehicle was reported as stolen in Fayette County.
— At 7 p.m. Jan. 25, employees at Freedom Metals reported a theft, possibly involving an employee overpaying a person for scrap metal.
— At 1:10 p.m. Monday, deputies responded to an injury accident on Rockwell Road in which Betty Pfeiffer of Paris was traveling east and reportedly turned in front of an oncoming vehicle, driven by Christy Hardin of 6134 bunker Hill Drive. A passenger in Hardin's vehicle, Shannon Ward of 441 Mount Vernon Drive, was transported to Clark Regional Medical Center with unspecified injuries.
— Ritchie Bernard Ball, 49, was charged Monday with violation of an EPO/DVO.
— At 8:19 a.m. Monday, officers were called to 11 Poplar Ave. concerning a missing purse.
— At 10:13 a.m. Monday, officers were called to Emmanuel Episcopal Church, 2410 W. Lexington Ave., after someone took a crucifix from the sanctuary.
— At 5:16 p.m. Monday, officers were called to 856 Harkins Drive after someone cut the wires to a sump pump.
— At 3:19 p.m. Saturday, officers responded to an injury accident on Lexington Road near Winchester Plaza in which Jesse C.¿Wiley of 1018 W. Lexington Ave. Apt . 9, was traveling west. Witnesses said he did not stop for a red light and struck another vehicle, driven by Cynthia Johnson of 16 S. Highland St. Wiley told police he didn’t know whether or not he ran the red light. He was transported to Clark Regional Medical Center with a laceration to his hand and hip pain. Johnson was extricated from her vehicle and was transported to the University of Kentucky Medical Center with unknown injuries. Two children in her car were transported to Clark Regional Medical Center.
— On Monday, emergency personnel responded to eight general medical calls, two cardiac cases, one overdose and one respiratory case.