Highlands Regional Medical Center releases recent births:
A son, Eli Jayce Mullins, to Kimberly Tackett of Ivel.
A son, Michael Edward May, to Tasha Brown of Leander.
A son, Hudson Jacob Bell, to Ashley and Steven Bell of Hindman.
A son, Brayden Hunter Cisco, to Jamie Amber Marie Tackett and Jamie Allen Cisco of Keaton.
A daughter, Bailey Ariana Amis, to Briana Lyn Welch and John Yancy Amis of Buckhorn.
A daughter, Cheyenne Jo Keeton, to Katherine Louise and James Thomas Keeton of West Liberty.
A daughter, Jazmine Marie Spears to Kellie and Tony Spears of Van Lear.
A son, Zayd Ibn Hossain to Samia Jahan and Mohammed A H Mazumder of Hager Hill.
A son, Konnor Drake Haney to Shalyla Louise Haney of Sitka.
A son, Brayden Lee Junior Keeton to Mable Pratt of Salyersville.
A son, Connor Ray Gibson to Amanda Johnson of Salyersville.
A daughter, Chavella Ranea Reed to Lottie and Terry Reed of Salyersville.
A son, Charles James Edward Copley to Kule and Stephanie Copley of Warfield.
A daughter, Maggie Claire Adkins to Brandi and Mark Adkins of Pikeville.
A daughter, Kaitlynn Nicole Fitchpatrick to Kayla and James Fitchpatrick of Paintsville.
A daughter, Marlee Kelsie Puckett to Natalie and Andrew Puckett of Salyersville.
A son, Keilin Christopher Taylor Whitten to Denise Smith of Prestonsburg.
A son, Brayden Slade McPeek to Kailey Alissa Cole of Wittensville.
Monday, March 11
2:10 a.m.- Caller from Mayo Plaza advised a subject in a car had been doing doughnuts in front of the Super Store.
2:42 a.m.- Caller from Riceville Road advised a vehicle had hit a deer in front of their residence and it was still alive.
10:46 a.m.- Caller from North Mayo Trail advised someone had stolen the tailgate off of his truck while he was inside the store shopping.
11:31 a.m.- Caller from Mud Pies and Butterflies advised they had found a pill bottle for Oxy’s in the alley behind the building. Caller advised she didn’t want to touch the bottle.
12:02 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1428 advised of a brush fire next to the roadway.
2:48 p.m.- Caller from Little Mud Lick Road advised goats were in the roadway beside the Staffordsville Freewill Baptist Church.
3:10 p.m.- Caller from South Mayo Trail advised of an accident without injuries.
5:41 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 302 advised the tags had been stolen from their vehicle.
6:40 p.m.- Caller from Sixth Street advised a male subject she had an EPO against was at her door.
11:42 p.m.- Caller from Duncan Street advised it smelled like wires were burning in their house.
11:55 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 825 advised they had hit a tree in the roadway at the storage units. Caller advised it damaged his truck.
Tuesday, March 12
7:27 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1092 advised a car was in the ditch. Caller advised it didn’t appear to have anyone in or around it.
7:39 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 321 advised of a two vehicle accident without injuries.
8:38 a.m.- Caller from APPCO advised a male subject in a big blue truck drove off without paying from his $45 of gas.
5:51 p.m.- Caller from Broadway advised someone had backed into his truck.
6:56 p.m.- Caller from South Mayo Trail advised four male subjects were standing beside the payphone. Caller advised one had a baseball bat.
7:46 p.m.- Caller from Euclid Avenue advised a child was walking in the roadway.
9:32 p.m.- Caller from Woodland Court advised their ex-boyfriend has been making threats.
10:28 p.m.- Caller from Southside Apartments advised juveniles had been drinking. Caller advised adults were also drinking.
10:33 p.m.- Caller from Pelphrey Apartments in the area of Nordin’s Eye Center advised subjects were very loud and they could smell marijuana.
Wednesday, March 13
12:38 a.m.- Caller from Main Street advised a strange male subject had been knocking on the glass doors and had tried to get in.
7:44 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 3 advised horses were in the roadway.
1:22 p.m.- Caller from U.S. 23 advised a mattress was in the roadway.
3:15 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 advised the neighbor’s dog had been getting into everyone’s trash. Caller advised the dog had also broken a door that goes under her residence.
4:14 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 321 advised a male subject had pulled a gun out and waved it at them at a red light.
5:01 p.m.- Caller from Margaret Heights advised they wanted to press charges on a male subject that had pulled a gun on him and tried to run them off the roadway.
5:37 p.m.- Caller from Fairchild Hill advised neighbors had piled brush in her roadway and she couldn’t get home.
6:35 p.m.- Caller from Campbell Branch advised she was sitting in the roadway and a male subject in a red Toyota truck pulled a gun on her.
10:35 p.m.- Caller from Riverview Apartments advised children were crying and they didn’t know what was going on.
10:44 p.m.- Caller from Boonscamp advised her son and his girlfriend had been beat up by male subjects.
Thursday, March 14
8:59 a.m.- Caller from Paintsville Funeral Home advised they had a vehicle broken into.
12:37 p.m.- Caller from Sixth Street advised someone had fired a gun next to their apartment. Caller advised it came through their apartments.
2:14 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 201 advised of a single vehicle accident without injuries.
4:48 p.m.- Caller from Sparks Branch advised subjects had been burning and the fire had started to spread up the hill.
5:33 p.m.- Caller from Frank Street advised his truck was hit while on Main Street.
8:23 p.m.- Caller from Pineview Lane advised two boys test drove a truck they were thinking about buying and hadn’t returned. Caller advised they had been gone for 15 minutes.
11:54 p.m.- Caller from Pointview Court advised a female subject was at her residence and she wanted her removed.
Friday, March 15
2:56 a.m.- Caller from First Commonwealth Bank advised a male subject dressed all in black had been walking around the building.
6:42 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 40 advised two big deer were dead in the roadway.
12:44 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 321 advised of a two vehicle accident with injuries.
2:47 p.m.- Caller from Wal-Mart advised someone had stolen her purse out of the buggy.
4:27 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 581 advised there was a gun in the ditch by her house. Caller advised it was fully loaded.
5:15 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 3 advised goats were in the roadway.
5:32 p.m.- Caller from U.S. 23 advised her son was buried in Castle Cemetery. Caller advised her family went up there and found a tombstone overturned and trash thrown on the hill.
5:36 p.m.- Caller from Vanover Branch advised a residence was on fire.
6:16 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1559 advised two male subjects had been fighting.
6:55 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1559 advised two male subjects had been fighting again.
8:07 p.m.- Caller from Wal-Mart advised they had a female shoplifter in custody.
11:00 p.m.- Caller from Millers Creek advised they were calling for their mother. Caller advised a male subject was fighting with her and both subjects were possibly armed with knives.
11:43 p.m.- Caller from Burnt Cabin Road advised her neighbors had been complaining about her dog being outside.
Saturday, March 16
1:45 a.m.- Caller from Broadway advised subjects were having a party and were being very loud.
2:09 a.m.- Caller from Wilcox Branch advised neighbors had been drinking and being loud. Caller advised they were trying to fight one another.
8:26 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 201 advised of a single vehicle accident without injuries.
11:17 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 1559 advised he was in a fight and was being harassed.
1:16 p.m.- Caller from Upper Street advised the neighbors had been playing their music loudly.
2:49 p.m.- Caller from Cross Creek advised it sounded like someone was shooting guns.
3:15 p.m.- Caller from Pointview Court advised a female subject had stolen her dog.
6:21 p.m.- Caller from U.S. 23 advised a bicycle with bags tied to it had been left sitting against the guardrail. Caller advised no one was around.
6:39 p.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 321 advised his son was under the influence and he wanted him removed from the residence.
6:54 p.m.- Caller from Fairchild Hill advised two males had been arguing in the middle of the roadway.
11:07 p.m.- Caller from the Paintsville City Pool advised damage had been done to the door.
Sunday, March 17
12:33 a.m.- Caller from Buckingham Avenue advised kids have been playing ball in the street.
2:38 a.m.- Caller from South Mayo Trail advised a male subject from another room urinated on their door.
10:45 a.m.- Caller from Ky. Rt. 321 advised of a single vehicle accident with injuries.
7:47 p.m.- Caller from Little Mud Lick advised her husband had been threatening to burn their vehicles.
HRMC Area Births
Highlands Regional Medical Center releases their most recent birth announcements.
A daughter, Juliana Muniz Lumpkins, to Kimberly Ann Lumpkins and Jesus Muniz Chico of Van Lear.
A son, Wesley Kaiden Stacy, to Crystal Diane Gayheart of Vicco.
A son, Trevor Kayden Keith Hall, to Deoanna Lynn Sturgill of Langley.
A daughter, Isabella Grace Burchett, to Barbara and Eddie Burchett of Tram.
A daughter, Emarie Jane Barker, to Tabitha and David Barker of Prestonsburg.
A son, Connor Riley Justice, to Kristie Hunter and Christopher Justice of Betsy Layne.
A son, Lucas Ryan Osborne, to Stacy Cottle of Paintsville.
A son, Xavier Ian Caudill, to Melissa Niece of Langley.
A daughter, Delilah Grace Saylor, to Angie and Charlie Saylor of Paintsville.
A daughter, Saida Kathleen Dale, to Brianna and David Dale of Belcher.
A daughter, Rachel Renee Bailey, to Casie and Allen Bailey of Salyersville.
A son, Landon Jeremy Howard, to Josephine and Jeremiah Howard of Salyersville.
A daughter, Breanna Nicole Hopkins, to Jessica and James Hopkins of Salyersville.
A son, Riley Eugene Sadler, to Anna Marie Stacy of Wittensville.
A daughter, Lakkon Alexandria Jent, to Nancy Ann Loper of Emmalena.
A daughter, Caroline Rose Hogan, to Jessica Francis Grigsby of Beulan.
A son, Jayden Cole Vanhoose, to Haley Nicole and Josh Tyler Vanhoose of Paintsville.
A daughter, Allison Marie Adkins, to Josephine Bailey of Lovely.
A son, Tristian Dwayne Davis, to Julie May of Warfield.
A son, Wyatt Jessie Hunter, to Nancy West and Jessie Hunter of Prestonsburg.
A daughter, Allie Alexis Lewis, to Amy Miller and Jonathan Lewis of Martin.
A daughter, Khloe Maddison Boyd, to Mikka Fraley of Prestonsburg.
A daughter, Olivia Grace Watson, to Felicia Lowe of Boonescamp.
A daughter, Alirah Grace Bailey, to Kirstyn Dingus and Michael Ray Bailey of Prestonsburg.
A son, Aiden Daniel Johnson, to Elizabeth Thacker and Raymond Johnson of Auxier.
A son, Brantley Adam Rose, to Katie Rose of Wayland.
A son, Bentlee Charles Young, to Natasha and Mickey Young of Harold.
A daughter, Abigail Marie Hall, to Teshia Henry of Prestonsburg.
A son, Zane Douglas Tackett, to Tiffany and Trent Tackett of Stambaugh.
A son, Jaxson Ruel Fitch, to Briana Shanese and Bradric Ruel Fitch of Williamsport.
A son, Elijah Brantley Norris, to Haley and Robert Norris of Saylersville.
A daughter, Elizabeth Louise Prater, to Amber Dawn and Eddie Alexander Prater of Salyersville.
A daughter, Julia Grace Ratliff, to Joy and Joshua Ratliff of Tutor Key.
A son, James Clifford Noah Bradley, to Jordan and James Bradley of Dana.
A son, Ayden Brian Lamar Gatewood, to Andrea Lynn and Brian Keith Gatewood of Paintsville.
A son, Jarrod Michael Patrick, to Meghan Taylor Patrick of Salyersville.
A son, Braylon Jayce Gunnar Keen, to Nancy Jo Boyd and James Darrell Keen of Stanville.
A son, Cameron Clyde Hamilton, to Megan Rachelle Ward of Prestonsburg.
A son, Braylon Matthew Fairchild, to Dorrisa Stapleton of Salyersville.
A daughter, Christian Shyann Lynn Caudill, to Patricia and Randall Caudill of Garrett.
A son, Ashton Tyler Conn, to Kayla Blevins of Banner.
Highlands Regional Medical Center release recent area births
A daughter, Kiley Faith Tuttle, to Tammy and Jamie Tuttle of Kite.
A daughter, Miley Hope Tuttle, to Tammy and Jamie Tuttle of Kite.
A daughter, Adalynn Rhenne Cole-Ball, to Danielle Cole and Jason Ball of Salyersville.
A son, Brayden Clarence Russell Isaac, to Allison and John Isaac of Hager Hill.
A daughter, Rihanna Katlyn Haney, to Elizabeth Pearl and Haskel Haney of Warfield.
A daughter, Karlee Jade Adkins, to April Collins of East Point.
A son, Noah Skylar Clyde Adkins, to Angel and Jesse Adkins of Martin.
A daughter, Kaylee Shaye Coots, to Kelly and Jeffrey Michael Coots of Hazard.
A daughter, Laurissa Marie Hurd, to Shanna and Estill Hurd of Martin.
A daughter, Payton Lynn Johnson, to Andrea Rose and Gregory Malcolm Johnson of Prestonsburg.
A son, Colton John Risner, to Eve Lynn and Christopher Adam Risner of Salyersville.
A son, William Jayden Leblanc, to Estill Jean and Jeffery Michael Leblanc of Betsy Lane.
A daughter, London Raelynn Scott, to Justine Howard of Mousie.
A son, Kaiden Anthony Junior Carty, to Jane and Anthony Carty of Salyersville.
A son, Amous Junior Keens III, to Reba Ann Jacobs and Amous Junior Keens of Kite.
A daughter, Braelynn Ryell Spencer, to Jessica Monique Webb and Cody Allen Spencer of Paintsville.
A son, Colton Jayce Allen, to Kathy Arnett and Edward Allen of Van Lear.
A daughter, Maria Lynn Johnson, to Amy Lynn and Steve Johnson of Martin.
A daughter, Emily Joleigh Dawn Stanley, to Marsha and Joshua Stanley of Prestonsburg.
A son, Phillip Matthew Ratliff, to Brittany Haney and Phillip Ratliff of Auxier.
A daughter, Kyndal Aliyah Freeman, to Kristina and Jordan Freeman of East Point.
A son, Antonio Leondro Mendez, to Tasha Nasha and Eduardo Mendez of Prestonsburg.
A son, Jayce Mathew Charles Williamson, to Heather and William Williamson of Sitka.
A daughter, Breelynn Shay Deskins, to Judith Dawn and Donald Kyle Deskins of Pikeville.
A son, Branson Walker Gipson, to Sabrina and Ronnie Gipson of Salyersville.
A daughter, Layla Bliss Lawrence, to Selina Lawrence of Martin.
A daughter, Trinity Maria Bryant, to Angela McGuire of Ulysses.
A son, Thristan Ray Bryant, to Angela McGuire of Ulysses.
A daughter, Ava LaDonn Patton, to Autumn Lace Patton of Martin.
HRMC New Arrivals
Highlands Regional Medical Center release area births:
A son, Leelan Delano Jones, to Whitney Haney and Shannon Jones of Pilgrim.
A son, Avery Anderson Roman, to Keesha Leann and Kevin Todd Roman of Prestonsburg.
A son, Coalson Kyle Short, to Joshua and Rebecca Short of Topmost.
A daughter, Kinnleigh Addison Gayheart, to Ashley Yates of Martin.
A daughter, Hannah Grace Gibson, to Bridgett Case of Auxier.
A son, Corbin Zethaniel Shepherd, to Zethaniel and Ashley Shepherd of David.
A daughter, Kylie Brielle Poe, to Mary Shaina Kestner of Paintsville.
A daughter, Destiny Ann Stiltner, to Ronni Henry of Salyersville.
A daugther, Abigail Louise Osborne, to Rae Adkins of Hi Hat.
A daughter, Maddie Beth Crace, to Sabrina and Justin Crace of Oil Springs.
A son, Dalton Clay Sumner, to Constance Lynn Swinehart of Jackson.
A daughter, Alexis Jade Gross, to Nathasha Renee Gross of Lost Creek.
A daughter, Olivia Elaine Horn, to Gwyan and Barbara Horn of Louisa.
A son, Ikadek Banyan Sukedana, to Rhiannon Carol and Iwayan Sukedana of Prestonsburg.
A daughter, Leah Joelle Messer, to Tia Lashae and Nathan Wayne Messer of David.
A son, Bentley Caden Jaycee Pratt, to Austin and Brittany Pratt of Hindman.
A son, Andrew Maddox Harris, to Natosha and Stephen Harris of Prestonsburg.
A son, Aaron Brown Shepherd Jr., to Michael MKayla Combs of Salyersville.
A daughter, Brooklyn Gabriella Back, to Justin and Johnna Back of Salyersville.
A son, Tucker Allen Ervin, to Natasha Alleena Jarvis of Stambaugh.
A son, Jaykob Austin Bentlee Hicks, to Kayla Brooke Hicks of Langley.
A daughter, Ariana Marie Santiago, to Heather and Bernardo Santiago of Prestonsburg.
A daughter, Ryleigh Peyton Slone, to Britni Danielle Oliver and Joey Slone of Pippa Passes.
A son, Devin Alexander Sizemore, to Dara Slone of Bulan.
A son, Nathaniel Lane Porter, to Nathaniel and Helen Potter of Salyersville.
A son, Elijah Ray Tomes Koskoski, to Kaila Michelle and Jordan Elijah Koskoski.
A son, Branson Trey Roland Moore, to Alison Renee Gayheart of McDowell.
A son, Tayton Edward Bo Jones, to Kimberly Daniels and Clayton Jones of Bulan.
A daughter, Aubrey Blake Howard, to Rebekah and Eddie Howard of Beauty.
A son, James Edward Emmons, to Angela and Lawrence Emmons of Prestonsburg.
A son, Dalton David McKenzie, to Jamie and Daryl McKenzie of Paintsville.
A son, Anakin Carter Richard Slone, to Kayla and Justin Slone of Staffordsville.
A daughter, Gabriella Faith Wireman, to Keely Wireman of Gunlock.
A daughter, Marlee Rhea Skaggs, to Courtney Shea Stumph of Paintsville.