August 15, 2013

Two arrested during accident investigation


A two-vehicle collision on Marydell Brock Road, eight miles east of London, on Sunday resulted in the arrests of two persons involved in the crash.

Todd Gray, 38, of Gibson Road in London, was the driver of a Pontiac G6 involved in the crash. As a result of the investigation by Laurel County Sheriff’s Deputies Mikey Ashurst and Tyler Morris, Gray was arrested and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence, no registration plates, no insurance and numerous other traffic violations. He also had a bench warrant from Laurel District Court for failing to appear on other charges.

The second person arrested was 29-year-old Andrea House of Hopkins Cemetery Road in London, who was charged with public intoxication of a controlled substance, second-degree disorderly conduct ad resisting arrest. House had an outstanding bench warrant from Laurel District Court for failing to appear in court.

Both were taken to the Laurel County Detention Center after their arrests.

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