April 11, 2013

Sheriff's Office seeking fugitives

LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. — Two persons wanted on drug-related charges top the Laurel County Sheriff’s Office’s “Most Wanted” list.

James D. Barlow, 28, of 180 Gross Road in London, off Ky. 1535 or Sinking Creek Road, is being sought by police on charges of manufacturing methamphetamine, chemical endangerment to a minor, and fleeing and evading police. Barlow allegedly fled the scene near his home on Gross Road last week. Another person, Janice Middleton, was arrested and charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of meth, growing five or more marijuana plants, possession of drug paraphernalia, and controlled substance endangerment to a child on April 2.

Theresa M. Hall, 23, of 640 Kentucky Hollow Road in London, in the Pittsburg community, was placed on home incarceration after being arrested for possession of methamphetamine and buy/possession of drug paraphernalia on March 15. Jail records indicate Hall was released from jail on March 26. Hall reportedly removed the ankle bracelet used to monitor her whereabouts while on home incarceration. She allegedly fled her residence.

Anyone with information concerning the location of Barlow or Hall is urged to contact the Laurel County Sheriff’s Office at (606) 864-6600. Callers may remain anonymous.

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