On Tuesday, October 23rd, 2018, detectives with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office Drug Unit arrested a Marshall County resident with several drug charges.
Kentucky Probation and Parole requested assistance at the residence of Zachary Bunyan located at 59 Crooked Oak Loop Benton, Ky. 42025. Captain Matt Hilbrecht and Detective Nathan Maxlow with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office responded to the residence to assist Kentucky Probation and Parole officers. Detectives… located over 24 grams of methamphetamine, over 21 grams of marijuana, digital scales and a loaded 9mm handgun. Methamphetamine seized has a street value of more than $2400.00. Bunyan, 25 years old, has two previous convictions for trafficking in methamphetamine. Zachary Bunyan was charged with the following charges: trafficking controlled substance 1st degree 2nd offense more than 2 grams of meth, trafficking marijuana less than 8 ounces, possession of a handgun by convicted felon and possession of drug paraphernalia.
On October 26th, Captain Matt Hilbrecht served a bench warrant on Christina M. Dubbles of Paducah
On October 26th, Captain Matt Hilbrecht served a complaint warrant on Courtney D. Lovett of Benton. The charge was Assault 4th Degree.
On October 26th, Deputy Cory Curtner located David M. Darnell age 18 of Paducah at a residence on Fairview Street on an unrelated investigation. Deputy Curtner discovered that Darnell was wanted on two bench warrants in McCracken County.A bag of marijuana found also resulted in an additional charge of Possession of Marijuana.
On October 26th, Deputy Lofton Rowley responded to Moors Camp Highway in reference to a vehicle in the ditch. The investigation resulted in the driver, Lawrence Norbert Rolnicki of Benton, being charged with Operating a Motor Vehicle U/Influence Alc/Drugs/Etc .08 1st Offense. As Rolnicki was transported to the hospital by EMS, he was cited to appear in mid November on the charge.
On October 26th, Captain Matt Hilbrecht served a bench warrant for Probation Violation on David G. Stokes of Murray.
On October 26th at 7:40pm, Deputy Cory Curtner was checking suspicious activity at a storage building facility when he made contact with Brandon Kellet of Benton. Investigation revealed that Kellet was wanted on an indictment warrant out of McCracken County. The indictment charge was Trafficking in Controlled Substance 1st Degree 2nd or Subsequent Offense Methamphetamine.
On October 28th, Deputy Barry Howell responded to Whispering Hills Lane in reference to a disturbance. As a result of the ensuing investigation, Dakota A. McLeod of Benton was arrested and charged with Assault 4th Degree.
On October 28th, Sergeant Tim Reynolds and Deputy Nick Spears responded to Walnut Grove Road on an investigation. As a result, Raymond S. Ruch of Benton was arrested and charged with Possession of Firearm by a Convicted Felon.
On October 28th, Deputy Barry Howell served a Marshall District Bench Warrant on Ben T. Maxwell of Wingo, KY. Maxwell turned himself in.
On October 28th, Deputy Nick Spears responded to a residence on Falcon Circle in reference to an assault. The investigation into what turned out to be a stabbing, resulted in the arrest of Jordan M. Zamora of Benton. Zamora was charged with Assault 2nd Degree and lodged in the Marshall County Detention Center.
October 29th, Deputy Luke Rudd completed a theft investigation by charging Zachary T. Bunyan of Benton with Theft By Unlawful Taking $500 or More. Bunyan is alleged to have a taken a brush guard from a vehicle. When charged Bunyan was already in the Marshall County Detention Center on an unrelated charge.
On October 29th, Sergeant Jason Lane and Deputy Barry Howell picked up James Chris Dean of Benton on multiple warrants. These included: Flagrant Non Support Complaint Warrant Pulaski County, Violation of Probation by Absconding Bench Warrant out of McCracken County – Original Charge Theft By Deception, Violation of Probation By Absconding Bench Warrant out of McCracken County Original Charges – Theft By Deception and Contempt of Court. Bench Warrant – Failure to Appear McCracken County. Bench Warrant – Violation of Probation by Absconding McCracken County Original Charges Theft by Deception X 3. Bench Warrant for Violation of Probation by Absconding McCracken County Original Charges Theft By Deception X 3 and Contempt of Court X3.
On October 29th at 2:55am, Sergeant Tim Reynolds assisted a Kentucky State Police Trooper on a traffic stop. During this stop, Sergeant Reynolds discovered that Toto G. Aguilar of Covington, KY was wanted out of Kenton County for Failure to Appear. Sergeant Reynolds served the Bench Warrant.
On October 30th Captain Matt Hilbrecht served a Kentucky Parole Board Parole Violation Warrant for Absconding Parole Supervision on Joshua Ottis Hedgepath of Sedalia, KY. The original charges were Possession of Controlled Substance 2nd Degree 2nd or Greater Offense, Drug Paraphernalia Buy / Possess 2nd or Greater Offense, Trafficking in Controlled Substance 1st Degree 1st Offense ( 2 Counts ), and Criminal Possession of Forged Instrument 2nd Degree out of Crittenden County.
On November 2nd at 10:12am, Detective William Strader served a Bench Warrant from McCracken County for Norval White of Murray. Detective Strader also served White a Failure to Appear Bench Warrant from Calloway County for Failure to Appear.
On November 2nd, Captain Matt Hilbrecht served an Indictment Warrant from Livingston County charging Adam Russell Skinner of Calvert City with Burglary 3rd Degree.
On November 3rd at 2:55am, Deputy Nick Spears responded to the area of Aurora Highway and Old Olive Road in reference to a vehicle broken down. Upon arrival, Deputy Spears conducted an investigation that resulted in the arrest of the man in the vehicle. Jason L. Stroud of Springfield, MO. Stroud was charged with the following: Failure of Non Owner Operator To Maintain Insurance.
No Registration Plates, No Registration Receipt, Possession of Open Alcoholic Beverage Container in …Motor Vehicle. Alcohol Intoxication. Deputy Spears was assisted by Deputy Dennis Lewis. Paducah. The warrant served was a complaint warrant on an original investigation by the McCracken County Sheriff’s Office. Childress was charged with Fleeing or Evading Police 1st Degree, Speeding 26 MPH or Greater, Disregarding Stop Sign, and Failure to or Improper Signal.
On November 3rd, Deputy Chris Greenfield was dispatched to the 800 block of Harvey Road in reference to a single vehicle crash. The crash knocked down some power lines leaving many without power. After the investigation, the driver, Jeffery Barrett of Benton was arrested and charged with Operating a Motor Vehicle U/Influence Alc/Drugs/Etc Aggravating Circumstances, Leaving the Scene of an Accident Failure to render Aid or Assistance, Possession of Open Alcoholic Beverage Container in Motor Vehicle, Criminal Mischief 2nd Degree. Deputy Greenfield was assisted by Deputy Lofton Rowley.
On November 4th at 12:21pm, Deputy Luke Rudd served a Livingston County Bench Warrant for Contempt of Court Failure to Comply with Court Orders. The warrant was served on Derek S. Russell of Tiline, KY. The original charge was Burglary 2nd Degree and Theft by Unlawful Taking or Disposition $500 or More.
On November 4th, Deputy Luke Rudd served a Davies County Bench Warrant on Brian G. Ritter of Bowling Green, KY.
On November 4th, Deputy Luke Rudd served a multitude of warrants on Howard Langston of Paducah. The first warrant was a Muhlenberg District Bench Warrant for Failure to Appear or Pay on the original 11 charges of Theft By Deception, the second warrant was another Muhlenberg County District Court Bench Warrant for Failure to Appear on 2 Counts of Theft By Deception. The third warrant was Muhlenberg County District Bench Warrant on 44 original counts of Theft By Deception. The fourth warrant was for Failure to Appear or Pay from Muhlenberg County District Court. The original charge was Theft by Deception.
On November 4th, Deputy Luke Rudd served a Shelby County Bench Warrant on Justin T. Bynum of Shelbyville, KY.
On November 4th, Deputy Luke Rudd served a Shelby County Indictment Warrant on Vondel Richards of Nicholasville, KY the charge was Assault 2nd Degree.
On November 5th, Deputy Luke Rudd responded to a report of a suspicious person on Purchase Parkway. Deputy Rudd found the man in Mike Miller Park. Further investigation revealed that the man was wanted in Louisville. Timothy R. Frasure of Louisville was arrested on two warrants for failure to appear on two counts of Probation Violation and one count of Violation of KY EPO. Deputy Rudd was assisted by Deputy Jason Ivey and Detective Jeff Daniel.
On November 5th Deputy Luke Rudd served a Jefferson District Bench Warrant on Derek S. Hooper of Lawrenceburg, KY. The warrant was for Failure to Appear on original charges of Speeding 25mph or Over, Following Another Vehicle Too Closely, and Failure of Owner to Maintain Insurance. A second warrant was found on Hooper out of Madison County. This warrant was a complaint warrant on an original case by Richmond Police Department on a charge of Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument.