Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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March 7, 2014

Glasgow Police Department makes felony arrests

GLASGOW — Staff report

The Glasgow Police Department arrested multiple individuals recently for felony charges.

– James L. Matthews, 59, of Glasgow, was arrested Feb. 25 by GPD Officer Nick Houchens on a Barren County Indictment warrant for first-degree trafficking in controlled substance, first offense, less than 10 D.U. date rape drug; second-degree trafficking in controlled substance, first offense, less than or equal to 20 D.U. drug unspecified SCH 3; and third-degree trafficking in controlled substance, first offense, less than or equal to 20 D.U. drug unspecified, according to a GPD citation.

Matthews was released Feb. 26 from the Barren County Detention Center on a $5,000 unsecured bond, according to the jail website.

– Ricky Lyons, 47, of Glasgow, was arrested Wednesday by GPD Sgt. Jessie Barton and charged with operating motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs/ect, second offense; first degree promoting contraband; and possession of marijuana, according to the GPD citation.

Lyons was released from the Barren County Detention Center on a $1,500 unsecured bond, according to the jail website.

– Logan B. Myers, 18, of Cave City, was arrested Feb. 24 by GPD Officer Ashley Jones and charged with failure to maintain required ins/sec, first offense; public intoxication, controlled substance, excludes alcohol; and second-degree unlawful transaction with minor.

Myers was released Feb. 24 from the Barren County Detention Center on a $1,500 unsecured bond, according to the jail website.

– Douglas E. Justice, 42, of Horse Cave, was arrested Tuesday by GPD Officer Brandon Fletcher and charged with unlawful possession of methamphetamine, first offense; theft by unlawful taking or disposition shoplifting, under $500; and contempt of court libel/slander resistance to order, according to the citation.

As of Friday evening, Justice remained lodged in the Barren County Detention Center in lieu of a $1,500 bail credit with cash bond. There’s no bond amount set for the resistance to order charge, according to the jail website.

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