May 9, 2013

LPD serves warrants on 5

LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. — On May 2, officers with the London Police Department served warrants on the following people:

James R. Brumley, 22, of 98 Village St., was arrested on a Laurel County warrant for failure to appear for alcohol intoxication.

 Cecil Sizemore, 34, of 98 Village St., was arrested on a warrant for failure to appear for no registration plates, no registration receipt, obstructed vision and/or windshield.

  Brittany Boone, 27, of 641 Reams Lane, was arrested on a warrant for failure to appear for operating a vehicle on a suspended operator’s license and failure of owner to maintain insurance.

 Dustin B. Howard, 28, of 619 Reams Lane, was arrested on a failure to appear warrant for receiving stolen property under $500.

 Thomas Ely, 44, of 491 Reams Lane, on a failure to appear warrant for failure to produce proof of insurance.

 Officers serving warrants included Officer Jacob Bormann, Officer Jordan Hopkins, and Sgt. Randy Medlock.

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