The Simpson County Sheriff’s Office placed multiple charges against the driver of a vehicle after he allegedly failed to stop for a traffic stop on Tuesday, Nov. 10.
Trevor Devon-Clay Hill, 26, city of residence not available, was charged with 11 counts of disregarding a stop sign and single counts of failure to dim headlights, speeding 26 miles per hour or more over the speed limit and fleeing or evading police in a motor vehicle.
Hill was also charged with second degree fleeing or evading police on foot, improper registration plate, failure of non owner operator to maintain required insurance — security and no operators — moped license.
The arrest citation said after the attempted traffic stop for allegedly failing to dim high beam headlights Hill allegedly ran 11 stop signs between the attempted stop location on Bowling Green Road and where he stopped the vehicle on Lake Spring Road.
The arrest citation said Hill allegedly drove at speeds in excess of 80 miles per hour on Witt Road.
The citation said Hill’s vehicle left the road at Witt Road and Lake Springs Road and went into a yard where a man was observed fleeing into the yard.
Sergeant Steve Burke found Hill between two out buildings and arrested Hill at about 3:05 a.m.
Hill was also arrested on two warrants for failure to appear in Warren District Court.
A Bowling Green woman was injured in a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of North Main Street and Roosevelt Street on Sunday, Nov. 15.
Samantha Upshaw, 21, was taken by Franklin-Simpson Ambulance Service to The Medical Center at Franklin following the collision that happened at about 3:50 p.m.
The Franklin Police Collision Report said Ms. Upshaw was the driver of a 2012 Hyundai Sonata involved in the collision with a 2017 Chrysler Pacifica driven by Linda Hanson, 70, of Franklin.
The report said Upshaw was traveling east on Roosevelt Street and Hanson was south bound on Main Street when the collision occurred.
Officer Jenna Trodglen filed the collision report.
A Franklin woman was injured when the vehicle she was driving struck a tree and other items at residences in the 1,300 block of West Madison Street on Wednesday, Nov. 11.
Connie C. Stilts, 69, was taken by Franklin-Simpson Ambulance Service to The Medical Center at Franklin following the accident that happened at 4:10 p.m.
The Franklin Police Collision Report said Ms. Stilts was traveling west bound when the 2014 Buick Enclave she was driving left the road and struck the driveway at 1303 West Madison Street.
The report said the vehicle then went airborne landing on an in ground concrete water meter and struck the exterior trim at 1305 West Madison tearing off an awning support pole.
The report said the vehicle then struck a tree at 1307 West Madison Street where the vehicle came to rest.
Stilts was the vehicle’s only occupant.
Officer Tyler Anderson filed the collision report.
Franklin Police say a counterfeit $50 dollar bill was used at Kentucky Downs on Wednesday, Nov. 11.
The report said the customer using the bill left before police arrived and was not identified.
The incident was reported to police at about 1:10 p.m.
Officer Caleb filed the report.
A Bowling Green woman was injured in a traffic collision involving a semi truck and a sports utility vehicle on Scottsville Road near Page Drive on Friday, Nov. 6.
Vanessa L. Flippin, 64, was taken by F-S Ambulance Service to The Medical Center at Franklin following the collision that happened at about 5:45 a.m.
The Franklin Police Collision Report said Ms. Flippin was the driver of a 2012 Dodge Durango sports utility vehicle involved in the collision with a 2006 International semi truck that was pulling a trailer and driven by Alan J. Hoskins, 54, of Gassville, Arkansas.
The collision report said Flippin was in a turn lane east bound on Scottsville Road and Hoskins was pulling from a parking lot onto the highway when the collision occurred.
Officer Troy Lamastus investigated.
The Simpson County Sheriff’s Office arrested Gallatin, Tennessee man on a drug possession charge and six other charges following a traffic stop on Gregory Road on Saturday, Nov.7.
Brandon Watson, 33, was charged with possession of a controlled substance — methamphetamine, obstructed vision and or windshield and failure to maintain required insurance — security.
Watson was also charged with operating on a suspended or revoked operator’s license, possession of open alcohol beverage container in motor vehicle prohibited and drug paraphernalia buy or possession.
The arrest citation said items allegedly found in the vehicle and in Watson’s possession included syringes including one with a white crystal substance and two baggies containing a white crystal substance identified as methamphetamine. Deputy sheriff Quintin Wright made the arrest at about 4:35 p.m.
Watson was also arrested on a warrant issued in Simpson Circuit Court.
A Lebanon, Tennessee man told police his pick up truck was stolen while he was at Super 8 Motel on Nashville Road.
Franklin Police say the 1993 Ford Ranger was reported stolen on Sunday, Nov. 8.
The offense report said the man spent the night at the motel and discovered the truck and his cell phone were gone the following morning.
The truck and cell phone have a combined total value of $5,000.
Officer Jacoby Scharklet filed the offense report.
A Franklin man is accused of ramming the front of his residence with his vehicle while someone was inside the building.
Michael Shane Fish, 48, was arrested on a charge of wanton endangerment stemming from the alleged Oct. 29 incident on Brown Road.
The arrest citation said Fish allegedly rammed the front of the building three times causing it to partially cave inward close to the other person inside the residence.
Simpson County Deputy Sheriff/Detective Cory Jones arrested Fish on the charge.
A Franklin man faces charges after allegedly assaulting and choking a woman.
Onrico Buchanan, 37, is charged with fourth degree assault dating violence no visible injury, second-degree strangulation and third degree terroristic threatening.
The arrest citation said the incidents allegedly occurred at Kentucky Motel on Oct. 29.
Franklin Police Officer Troy Lamastus made the arrest.