November 5, 2013

Intoxication leads to arrest


A Corbin woman was arrested on Broad Street Wednesday afternoon after she was reportedly causing a disturbance.

The exact location of 22-year-old Pamela Hatfield was not disclosed, but around 1:30 p.m., Laurel County Sheriff’s Deputy Jason Back went on Broad Street to investigate a complaint of an intoxicated woman.

Det. Back determined Hatfield was under the influence of narcotics and  began to place her under arrest. However, Hatfield initiated a struggle, according to the press release from the sheriff’s office, before being taken into custody. After her arrest, Hatfield began screaming, cursing and creating a disturbance.

She was lodged in the Laurel County Detention Center on charges of public intoxication of a controlled substance, resisting arrest, second-degree disorderly conduct, and second-degree escape.


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