Several people were arrested recently and lodged in the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center.

Those arrested, according to the booking log at the jail, included:

Monday, July 1

William Crothers, 56, of Paintsville, was arrested by Paintsville Police Department officers on a charge of third- or greater offense public alcohol intoxication.

Rose Arnett, 60, of Salyersville, was arrested by Magoffin County Sheriff’s deputies on a charge of first-degree criminal abuse of a child less than 12 years of age.

Angela Ratliff, 35, of Louisa, was arrested by Kentucky State Police troopers on a charge of failure to appear

Travis Preston, 37, of Morehead, was arrested by Johnson County Sheriff’s deputies on a charge of trafficking a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school.

Jonathan Spence, 32, of Tomahawk, was arrested by Martin County Sheriff’s deputies on charges of first-degree and first-offense possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine) and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Tuesday, July 2

Anthony Saylor, 31, of Salyersville, was arrested by Magoffin County Sheriff’s deputies on two counts of contempt of court.

Steven Breland, 48, of Paintsville, was arrested by Johnson County Sheriff’s deputies on a charge of fourth-degree assault.

Eric Sartin, 22, of Kermit, West Virginia, was arrested by Martin County Sheriff’s deputies on charges of first-offense DUI, contempt of court and traffic charges.

Clyde Duff, 34, of Lovely, was arrested by Martin County Sheriff’s deputies on a charge of contempt of court.

Wednesday, July 3

Darren Davis, 48, of Staffordsville, was arrested by Johnson County Sheriff’s deputies on charges of second-degree burglary, theft by unlawful taking with a value of less than $500 and resisting arrest.

John Albert Preston, 38, of Warfield, was arrested by Martin County Sheriff’s deputies on charges of third-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and first-offense prescription controlled substance not in proper container.

Caleb Rowland, 22, of Hagerhill, was arrested by Johnson County Sheriff’s deputies on charges of second-degree burglary and public intoxication.

William Looney, 42, of Elkhorn, was arrested by Kentucky State Police troopers on a charge of first-offense DUI and traffic charges.

Joseph Meade, 31, of Paintsville, was arrested by Johnson County Sheriff’s deputies on a charge of contempt of court.

Charles Chandler, 50, of Salyersville, was arrested by Johnson County Sheriff’s deputies on a charge of contempt of court.

Chasity Wells, 43, of Staffordsville, was arrested by Ashland Police Department officers on a charge of failure to appear.

Tommy Evans, 41, of Inez, was arrested by Martin County Sheriff’s deputies on charges of first-offense DUI and traffic charges.

William Tomblin, 43, of Paintsville, was arrested by Johnson County Sheriff’s deputies on charges of second-degree fleeing or evading police (on foot), four counts of failure to appear, second-degree burglary, first-degree and first-offense possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), possession of drug paraphernalia and public intoxication.

April Click, 38, of Hagerhill, was arrested by Johnson County Sheriff’s deputies on a charge of contempt of court.

Richard Ratliff, 53, of Royalton, was arrested by Kentucky State Police troopers on a charge of violation of a Kentucky EPO or DVO.

Editor’s note: The above list reflects people who are lodged in the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center. The charges against them are merely accusations and the defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.

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