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June 1 fundraiser helps N. Ky. Advocacy Center

Papa John’s locations in Northern Kentucky will partner with the Northern Kentucky Children’s Advocacy Center for a fundraiser to help abused children Wednesday, June 1. During that day, customers with a special flier will receive 20 percent off their carryout or delivery purchases, and 20 percent of each customer’s bill will be donated to the NKCAC. All seven Northern Kentucky locations - Independence, Southgate, Covington, Erlanger, Florence, Fort Mitchell and Hebron - are participating in the fundraiser. Fliers are located at: http://www.cfnky.org/Advo cacyCenter/pages/News/doc s/41.pdf.

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May 26, 2011

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POLICE REPORTS

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Lane, warrant at Industrial Road and Ky. 8, May 9. Tena F. Winkle, 43, 6335 Mary Ingles Hwy., warrant at 6335 Mary Ingles Hwy., May 9. Gary L. Roaden Jr., 31, 904 Dayton Ave., driving on DUI suspended license - first offense at Mary Ingles Highway and Maple Street, May 10.

Arrests/citations

Valerie Ross, 28, 336 Foote Ave., warrant at 336 Foote Ave., April 30. Richard Mossman Jr., 20, 324 Covert Run Pike, warrant at 324 Covert Run Pike, May 1. Rhonda Dickerson, 35, 494 Falvey Road, theft by unlawful taking at 10 Donnermeyer Drive, May 4. Michael Eviston, 24, 28 Guardian Drive, alcohol intoxication in a public place at Bellevue Plaza, May 6. Jason Sumpfer, 28, 1008 Fifth St., warrant, second degree possession of a forged instrument at 201 Retreat St., May 6. Kyle Shaw, 20, 4267 McKeever, theft by unlawful taking, fleeing or evading, careless driving, suspended operator’s license at Fairfield and Riviera, May 6. Corey Sweeney, 22, 329 Washington, warrant at 121 Ward Ave., May 7. Paula Knuckles, 44, 107 Beck St., warrants at Fairfield and Donnermeyer, May 6. Richard Walling II, 32, 208 Eighth St. No. 101, warrant at 100 Sixth St., May 9. Ronnie Michel, 19, 630 Truman Lane, alcohol intoxication in a public place at 630 Truman, May 9. Kimberly Hensley, 35, second degree criminal possession of a forged instrument at Campbell County Detention Center, May 11. Andrew Darrell, 20, 175 Van Voast Ave., theft by unlawful taking at 10 Donnermeyer Drive, May 11. Michael Hammel, 29, 362 Berry Ave., second degree disorderly conduct

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at 600 Columbia St., May 16. Dawnis Edwards, 48, 270 O’Fallon, warrant at 270 O’Fallon, May 17.

CAMPBELL COUNTY Arrests/citations

Eric E. Smith, 43, 23 East Lickert Road, DUI - first offense - aggravated circumstances, failure to wear seat belt, operating on suspended or revoked license, failure to notify department of transportation of address change at Ky. 915 and Camel Crossing, May 7. Dora F. Weinel, 31, 5095 Whitney Drive, alcohol intoxication in a public place - first and second offense, possession of marijuana, second degree possession of controlled substance - codeine at 5095 Whitney Drive, May 7. Thomas E. Downton Jr., 43, 7419 Tollgate Road, keg law, resisting arrest, third degree terroristic threatening at 7419 Tollgate Road, May 8. Terry T. Fagin, 59, 5247 Four Mile Road, Lot 30, first degree wanton endangerment, alcohol intoxication in a public place - third offense in 12 months at 5247 Four Mile Road, May 7. Michael R. Chaira, 30, 700 University

Incidents/investigations Fourth degree assault domestic

Incidents/investigations Fraudulent use of credit card Reported at 709 Valleyside Drive, May 16.

FORT THOMAS

Arrests/citations

Reported at Jefferson Street, May 8. Reported at Willow Street, May 9.

Out of control juvenile

Reported at 1164 Davjo Drive, apartment 3, May 9.

Third degree criminal mischief

Report of two tires of vehicle slashed at 10157 licking Pike, May 8.

Verbal domestic, child neglect Reported at Licking Pike, May 9.

COLD SPRING

Arrests/citations

DUI, failure to maintain insurance at South Fort Thomas at Crescent, May 12.

Arthur W. Boss II, 50, 352 Rose Drive, alcohol intoxication in a public place - first and second offense, possession of marijuana, second degree possession of drug paraphernalia at 3906 Alexandria Pike, May 15. Vages D. Martin, 30, 1035 Kent St., Unit 4E, possession of marijuana at Alexandria Pike, May 16. Tara S. Bowling, 38, 3411 Lehman Road, Apartment 13, theft by unlawful taking or shoplifting, third degree criminal trespassing at 370 Crossroads Blvd., May 16. Kendall French, 20, 1211 12th Ave.,

Janet Thompson, 57, 741 Liberty, second degree fleeing or evading at 2517 Alexandria Pike, May 11. Randall Guttridge, 34, 488 Jenkins Lane, warrant at Grand Avenue at Edgewood, May 11. Zachary Mucha, 22, 736 Bear Court, warrant at Memorial Parkway, May 14. Larry Smith, 45, 1790 Grand Ave. Apt. B2, warrant at I-275, May 11. Loretta Smith, 43, 3028 Price Ave. Apt. 2, warrant at Magellan Drive, May 11. John Grenier, 49, 601 Vista Point Drive, DUI at Highland Avenue at Ridgewood Place, May 18. Anthony Quarles, 26, 1238 Jordan Drive Apt. F, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia at 30 Boardwalk Ave., May 11.

The Community Recorder publishes the names of all adults charged with offenses. The information is a matter of public record and does not imply guilt or innocence. session of a controlled substance at 130 Pavilion Parkway, May 13. Benjamin Griffin, 36, 317 Thornton St., warrant, first degree possession of a controlled substance at 320 Thornton, May 12. Michael Smith, 28, 17 West Ninth St., first degree possession of a controlled substance at Sixth and York, May 11. Jason Turner, 33, 218 West Ninth St., theft by unlawful taking at 82 Carothers Road, May 11. Gregory Bickers, 29, 3030 Sugarcamp Road, theft by unlawful taking, third degree criminal mischief at 34 East Ninth, May 6. David Madden, 39, 513 Brighton St., fourth degree assault at 300 West Seventh St., May 10.

Incidents/investigations Endangering the welfare of a minor Second degree disorderly conduct

Justin Jones, 22, 1028 Washington Ave. Apt. 2, trafficking within 1,000 yards of a school at 11th and Monmouth, May 15. Danielle Hall, 28, homeless, theft by unlawful taking, first degree pos-

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At 130 Pavilion Parkway, May 11.

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At 2400 Memorial Parkway, May 14.

Trafficking within 1,000 yards of a school At 1100 block of Ann St., May 11.

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