An Adairville woman was arrested on 11 charges following a traffic stop by Franklin Police on Monday, Dec. 16.
Ashley Ann Chambers, 36, was charged with reckless driving, possession of a controlled substance -- opiates, possession of marijuana, failure of owner to maintain required insurance, no registration plates, prescription controlled substance not in proper container, promoting contraband, possession of a controlled substance -- drug unspecified, possession of a controlled substance -- methamphetamine and two counts of drug paraphernalia -- buy or possession.
Officer Jenna Trodglen made the arrest at about 8:30 p.m. after stopping a vehicle driven by Ms. Chambers on Nashville Road.
An arrest citation said items allegedly found in the vehicle included suspected marijuana, rolling papers and a pill bottle containing one pill. Chambers was also allegedly had in her possession a baggie containing 10 pills.
Another arrest citation said after being taken to the Simpson County Jail Chambers was allegedly found in possession of a glass pipe containing suspected methamphetamine residue.
The Simpson County Sheriff's Office arrested a Franklin woman on a methamphetamine possession charge on Thursday, Dec. 19.
Misty Leigh Thacker, 42, was charged with possession of a controlled substance -- methamphetamine and no registration plates.
Deputy sheriff Quintin Wright made the arrest at about 8:30 in the 1,500 block of Loving Chapel Road.
The arrest citation said after giving a verbal warning for carless driving Wright searched a vehicle in which Thacker was the only occupant and allegedly found two baggies containing suspected methamphetamine.
A Bowling Green woman was injured in a two-vehicle rear end collision on U.S. 31-W North on Wednesday, Dec. 18.
Linda B. Simmons, 71, was taken by Franklin-Simpson Ambulance Service to The Medical Center at Franklin following the collision that happened at about 8:10 p.m.
Franklin Police Officer Jenna Trodglen investigated the collision.
The collision report said Ms. Simmons was a passenger of a 2011 Chevrolet Impala driven by Larry M. Simmons, 71, of Bowling Green involved in the collision with a 2008 Toyota Tacoma driven by Matthew K. Phillips, 42, of Franklin.
Both vehicles were northbound when the collision occurred.
Franklin Police say a counterfeit $20 bill was discovered at Kentucky Downs on Friday, Dec. 13.
Officer Timothy Summers' report said the counterfeit money was marked with the words "motion picture use only."
The report said Kentucky Downs was not out any money due to the counterfeit bill, which was discovered at about 5:30 p.m.
A Portland, Tennessee man was arrested on two charges stemming from a hit and run traffic collision that happened in December 2017.
David Niebanck, 46, was charged with criminal mischief and leaving the scene of an accident -- failure to render aid or assistance.
The arrest warrant said no one was injured in the collision on Nashville Road.
The warrant says Niebanck was allegedly a driver of one of three vehicles involved in the collision and allegedly left the scene following the collision. It says there was damage to the other two vehicles involved in the collision.
The arrest warrant was obtained by Franklin Police in December 2017 and served by the Simpson County Sheriff's Office on Dec. 12.
A Bowling Green man was arrested on five charges following an attempted traffic stop by Franklin Police.
Dylan Michael Gaines, 21, is charged with failure to illuminate head lamps, reckless driving, disregarding a traffic control device -- traffic light, fleeing or evading police -- motor vehicle and operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs aggravator circumstance.
Officer Travis Frank made the arrest at about 2:30 a.m. on Nov. 22 after attempting the traffic stop of a vehicle allegedly driven by Gaines.
The arrest citation said after attempting the traffic stop the vehicle allegedly traveled on East Cedar and turned onto Highway 1008 before stopping at Minit Mart where the arrest was made.
Franklin Police is investigating an attempted burglary and damage to a vehicle at a residence in the 900 block of South College Street.
The offense report filed by officer Michael Carder said the incidents were reported on Friday, Dec. 13.
The report said the front door way was damaged as though something had been jammed between the door and doorway and a back window was broken from the outside both resulting in a estimated $200 damage.
Nothing was reported stolen from the residence.
The report also said profane language was spray painted on the hood the vehicle resulting in an estimated $1,000 damage.
A Franklin man was arrested on four charges Tuesday, Dec. 3.
Joe Don Trammel, 44, was charged with possession of a controlled substance -- cocaine, promoting contraband, false reporting of emergency -- use of party line and second-degree disorderly conduct.
Franklin Police Officer Jenna Trodglen arrested Trammel outside Walmart at about 6:25 a.m.
The arrest citation said Trammel allegedly called 911 for non-emergencies. It said he allegedly called 911 three times.
The citation also said after being taken to the Simpson County Jail he was allegedly found in possession of what was identified as cocaine.
A Franklin man was injured in a three-vehicle rear end collision on South Main Street on Monday, Dec. 2.
Franklin-Simpson Ambulance Service transported Mitchell G. Sloan, 50, to The Medical Center at Franklin following the collision, which occurred at 12:15 p.m.
Franklin Police say the collision involved a 2007 Hyundai Elantra driven by Darl H. Patrick, 75, of Franklin, a 1989 GMC pick up truck driven by Connie J. Lile, 66, of Franklin, and a 1990 Ford Ranger pick up truck driven by Sloan.
Franklin Police Officer Jenna Trodglen filed the collision report.
Franklin Police is investigating an early December theft at a residence in the 500 block of Ryan Street.
The offense report filed by officer Troy Lamastus said a television was reported stolen on Dec. 1. The value of the television was not available.
The report said no force was used for entry into residence and the television is the only item reported stolen.
A Portland, Tennessee man was injured in a rear end collision involving three vehicles on South Main Street in front of Casey's General Store on Monday, Nov. 25.
Franklin-Simpson Ambulance Service transported David A. Fleming, 78, to The Medical Center at Franklin following the collision, which occurred at approximately 4:55 p.m.
The collision report filed by Franklin Police said a 2009 Ford F-150 driven by Fleming was involved in the collision with a 1988 Dodge Dakota driven by Roberta L. Shadwell, 41, of Franklin, and a 2008 Chevrolet Trail Blazer driven by Amanda N. Loveall, 26, of Franklin.
Officer Travis Frank investigated.
A Franklin woman was injured when the vehicle she was driving left East Street and struck a tree on Tuesday, Nov. 26.
Franklin-Simpson Ambulance Service transported Page N. Hall, 27, to The Medical Center at Franklin for treatment.
According to a collision report filed by Franklin Police Officer Tim Burnett said Hall was driving a 2007 Nissan Xterra northbound when she said she met an unidentified southbound passenger vehicle and then went off the road striking the tree.
The report said the unidentified vehicle was not on the scene when Burnett arrived.
The accident happened at about 11:45 p.m.
Franklin Police arrested a man and woman on a methamphetamine possession charge after responding to a complaint of alleged drug activity.
Philip Kirk Jacques, Jr., 29, of Portland, Tennessee and Emily Erin Boyer, 30, of Franklin, are charged with possession of a controlled substance -- methamphetamine.
Jacques is also charged with second-degree possession of a controlled substance drug unspecified, third degree possession of a controlled substance drug unspecified, prescription controlled substance not in proper container, possession of marijuana and tampering with physical evidence.
Boyer is also charged with failure to notify address change to department of transportation.
The arrests were made on Nov. 23 after police responded to a complaint of alleged drug activity at Legacy Place Apartments in the 800 block of West Madison Street where Jacques and Boyer were allegedly found sitting in a vehicle.
Jacques's arrest citation said items allegedly found during a search of the vehicle included a backpack belonging to him that contained part of a marijuana cigarette and suspected methamphetamine. Pills and capsules that were controlled substances were also allegedly found in the vehicle.
Boyer's arrest citation said she was allegedly found in possession of suspected methamphetamine.
Officer Craig Hansen made the arrests.
A Franklin woman told Franklin Police the license plate was stolen from her vehicle.
The offense report said the theft was reported on Saturday, Dec. 14; however it is unknown when the license plate was stolen.
Officer Frank Travis' report said the vehicle the plate was taken from belongs to a resident of the 600 block of Jackson Street.
Theft of a motor vehicle registration plate is a felony offense in Kentucky.