GLASGOW — Glasgow police arrested two people in separate incidents and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, drugs, etc. 0.08, first offense, a misdemeanor, over the weekend.
Linda M. Atwell, 55, of Glasgow was arrested Sunday by Officer Tommy Corbin on West Main Street on the DUI charge, according to a Glasgow Police Department report. She was released Monday from the Barren County Detention Center on a $500 unsecured bond, according to the jail website.
Thomas D. Longo, 38, of Glasgow was arrested Saturday by Officer Nick Houchens on Garnett Ave. and charged with possession of a controlled substance, third degree, drug unspecified, in addition to the DUI, according to a GPD report. He was released Sunday from the Barren County Detention Center on a $500 unsecured bond, according to the jail website.
Andrew S. Bowles, 35, of Glasgow was arrested Feb. 24 on Veterans Outer Loop by Sgt. Jarrod Steele and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, drugs, etc., 0.08 first offense, and having no or expired registration plate, according to a GPD report. He was released from the Barren County Detention Center later the same day on a $500 unsecured bond, according to the jail website.
One person was injured in a two-vehicle accident at U.S. 31-W and Old Main Street in Munfordville on Saturday, according to a Kentucky State Police press release.
A 2001 Ford Mustang, driven by 16-year-old Erica Walters, was southbound on 31-W, making a left turn at the traffic light. A 2003 Ford Econoline van driven by Andrew Jackson, 50, was northbound on 31-W going through the intersection, according to the KSP statement.
The Mustang turned left, pulling in front of unit 2, and contact was made in the intersection between the front of the van and the right rear corner of the Mustang, according to the statement. Jackson complained of possible injury to his back, neck, and chest and was transported to Hardin Memorial Hospital by Hart County EMS, according to the report. The collision was investigated by Trooper Daniel White.