August 15, 2013

Unknown woman alarms Radford Rd. residents


Imagine working in your yard and someone you didn’t know running inside your home.

That’s the situation that a couple on Radford Road found themselves in on Saturday evening when an unknown woman ran inside their home.

The call of an unknown intruder near Radford Road, eight miles north of London, sent Laurel Sheriff’s Deputy Robbie Grimes to the scene where he found 26-year-old Samantha Robinson walking down the road, approximately around 6 p.m.

Robinson reportedly spotted the homeowner outside in his yard and then ran inside the home. The homeowner’s wife immediately asked Robinson to leave, which she did. Neither of the two knew who the woman was.

Grimes then found Robinson walking along the roadway and charged her with first-degree criminal trespass and public intoxication of a controlled substance. Robinson, of East Branch Road in East Bernstadt, was then taken to the Laurel County Detention Center after her arrest.

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