Franklin Police arrested a Louisville woman on two drug possession charges after responding to a report of a female allegedly passed out in a vehicle on Saturday, Aug. 3.

Audrey Margaret Sadler, 31, was charged with possession of a controlled substance -- methamphetamine, illegal possession of legend drug and public intoxication -- controlled substance -- excludes alcohol.

Officer Tim Summers made the arrest at Sonic Restaurant on North Main Street just after 6 p.m.

According to the arrest citation, after arriving police allegedly found the female and were able to get her awake. The citation said a pill bottle with residue identified as methamphetamine was in her lap. The citation also said three different types of prescription pills in a pill bottle with no label were allegedly in the vehicle.


Franklin Police is investigating the theft of $1,500 worth of plywood from the 400 block of Filter Plant Road.

According to the offense report filed by officer Tyler Anderson, a report on Saturday, Aug. 3 said approximately 60 sheets of plywood were reported stolen.

The report said the plywood was being used for work at the site and was last seen on July 26.


A two-vehicle rear end collision on Harding Road at the intersection of East Cedar Street injured three people on Thursday, Aug. 1.

Franklin-Simpson Ambulance Service transported Richard Deweese, 62, of Franklin, to The Medical Center at Franklin.

Listed on the Franklin Police Collision Report as injured, but refusing medical treatment at the scene were Jonathan D. Lowhorn, 26, of Franklin, and Micheal M. Anglin, II, 28, of Cross Plains, Tennessee.

Officer Clayton Montgomery investigated the collision that happened at about 10:30 p.m.

According to the collision report filed by Montgomery, Deweese was the passenger of a 2007 Ford Fusion driven by 21-year-old Chloe Turner, of Franklin, involved in the collision with a 2014 Dodge Journey driven by Lowhorn in which Anglin was the passenger.


A two-vehicle rear end collision on Nashville Road in front of Flying J truck stop injured a Portland, Tennessee woman on Tuesday, July 30.

Franklin-Simpson Ambulance Services transported Allison M. Lyall, 20, to The Medical Center at Franklin.

Franklin Police Officer Craig Hansen investigated the collision.

The collision report filed by Hansen said Ms. Lyall was the passenger of a 1999 Saturn SC driven by Dillon S. England, 22, of Franklin involved in the collision with a 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander driven by Joseph C. Gipson, 31, of Franklin.

Both vehicles were north bound when the collision occurred at the traffic light.


Franklin Police arrested a Franklin man on a theft charge stemming from an alleged June 16 incident.

Dillan S. Poole, 26, was charged with theft by unlawful taking or disposition shoplifting $500 dollars or more, but under $10,000.

According to the arrest warrant, two men were allegedly seen walking out of an unidentified location with backpacks and oil.

The warrant said the two men were stopped at a car allegedly driven by Poole at which time the passenger handed oil and a tire thumper to the person following the men.

The warrant also said Poole and the passenger then left in the car.

Officer Tim Summers served the arrest warrant on July 18. The arrest citation said while checking an accidental 911 hang up call by Poole it was discovered the warrant had been issued.


A Franklin man was cited by the Simpson County Sheriff's Office for six charges including two drug possession charges.

Alan Troy Williams, 50, was cited for charges of possession of a controlled substance -- methamphetamine, possession of marijuana, drug paraphernalia -- buy or possession, promoting contraband, tampering with physical evidence and careless driving.

Deputy sheriff Al Nezirevic placed the charges after making contact with a vehicle allegedly occupied by Williams on Bowling Green Road at the intersection of Rutherford Avenue on July 14.

According to the citation, broken pieces of glass with burnt residue on them and a grinder with suspected marijuana were allegedly inside the vehicle.

The citation also said Williams was taken to the Simpson County Jail where he allegedly swallowed a baggie with a white powdery substance. Williams was then issued a citation on the charges and released.


The Simpson County Sheriff's Office arrested a Franklin man on a methamphetamine possession charge and two other charges.

Jonathan Matthew Forshee, 35, was charged with possession of a controlled substance -- methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia -- buy or possession and failure to wear seat belts.

Deputy sheriff Al Nezirevic made the arrest on Kinnaird Road at the intersection of Roark Road on July 12.

According to the arrest citation, a baggie and pipe both suspected as containing methamphetamine were allegedly found inside a backpack in a vehicle occupied by Forshee.


Kentucky State Police Post Three in Bowling Green investigated 91 traffic collisions during July in the post area that includes Simpson County.

Also during July, Post Three troopers and detectives issued 1,653 citations, which included 351 for speeding and 187 for seat belt violations. There were 22 DUI arrests, 1,309 complaints investigated, 55 criminal cases opened and 175 criminal arrests.

Post Three also serves Allen, Barren, Butler, Edmonson, Hart, Logan and Warren Counties.

Kentucky State Police will have periodic traffic safety check points throughout the eight counties of the Post Three area in the upcoming months.

Motorists approaching one of these check points should be prepared to produce their operator's license, valid proof of insurance, and the registration receipt for the vehicle they are driving.

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