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May 9, 2013

LPD serves 11 warrants

LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. — On May 3, the London Police Department served the following people on eleven warrants:

  Carl Nantz Jr., 52, was arrested on a bench warrant for no registration plates, operating on a suspended operator’s license and failure to maintain insurance in Pulaski County.

  Nantz was also arrested on a bench warrant for DUI, operating on a suspended license, and failure to wear seat belts in Bell County; a warrant for flagrant non-support in Laurel County; and a bench warrant for operating on a suspended operator’s license and contempt of court in Laurel County.

 David Hutton, 24, was arrested on a bench warrant for DUI and another bench warrant for  DUI second and driving on a DUI suspended operator’s license in Laurel County

  Russell Young, 34, was arrested on a Laurel County bench warrant for failure to wear seat Belts,  operating on a suspended operator’s license, failure to surrender a revoked operator’s license, and failure to notify the Department of Transportation of an address change.

 David Abner, 42, was arrested on a Laurel County bench warrant for disregarding a traffic control device, DUI third, and operating on a suspended operator’s license; Laurel County bench warrant for careless driving, improper registration plates, failure to maintain insurance and license to be in possession; and a Laurel County bench warrant for DUI and operating on a suspended operator’s license.

 Albert Chandler, 50, Laurel County bench warrant for failure to appear.

 Officers serving the warrants were Officer Jeremy Shell, Officer Jordan Hopkins, Officer Jacob Bormann, Sgt. Randy Medlock and Sgt. Doug Thomas.

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