DAVIESS, KY. (September 03, 2017) – On September 3rd, 2017, the Kentucky State Police conducted a traffic stop at Frederica Street and West 11th Street in Owensboro. Upon conducting the traffic stop, Travis Green of Owensboro exited his vehicle in a quick and abrupt manner. Green then fled on foot where he was later tased and taken into custody without further incident. Green was then arrested for the following charges: (1) No Registration Plate, (2) No registration receipt, (3) Failure to produce insurance card, (4) Failure of owner to maintain required insurance, (5) Operating on a suspended license, (6) Failure to register transfer of motor vehicle, (7) Careless driving, (8) DUI – 2nd offense, (9) Fleeing or evading police 1st degree.
Owensboro, Ky (09/03/2017) Kentucky State Police Post 16 was notified of a single vehicle collision involving a motorcycle on Medley Road just outside the city limits of Owensboro. It was determined that David Key was operating his motorcycle westbound on Medley Road when he encountered another vehicle in the roadway. Key attempted to avoid the other vehicle and lost control of his motorcycle. Key’s motorcycle came to final rest in the ditch along the south side of the roadway. Key was transported to Owensboro Regional and treated for minor injuries. Daviess County Fire Dept, Yellow Ambulance, Owensboro Police Dept. and Daviess County Sheriff’s office assisted on scene.
Daviess County, KY. (September 2nd, 2017) – Kentucky State Police observed a verbal argument taking place on Keenland Parkway between several people. Upon further investigation, Michael Lewis, 18, was placed under arrest and charged with Trafficking in a Controlled Substance 1st Degree, 1st Offense (Methamphetamine), and Drug Paraphernalia – Buy/Possess. Lewis was lodged at the Daviess County Detention Center.
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