On Jan. 1, Mayfield Police Department officers responded to the area of S. Twelfth Street and West College to a report of someone cutting wire. Contact was made with Jason Kimbrough, , 42 of Sheffield, Alabama. Kimbrough was in possession of a truck load of copper wire that he had been cutting. Mayfield Electric & Water confirmed the wire was theirs, and took possession of the stolen property. Kimbrough was transported to the Graves County Jail RC Center, where he will be transported to another jail in one of the surrounding Western Kentucky counties. Kimbrough was charged with Theft by Unlawful Taking, Over $1,000 but Under $10,000, Criminal Mischief 1st, and Operating on a Suspended Operator’s License.

Max Ulises Rosas Rodriguez, 26, of Mayfield, was arrested by the Mayfield Police Department for Disorderly Conduct, Second Degree after the truck in which he was a passenger was stopped. The driver, James P. Dannermueller, 39, of Benton, Missouri, was also arrested by the Mayfield Police Department for Disorderly Conduct, Second Degree.

On Jan. 2 officers of the Mayfield Police Department made a traffic stop on a vehicle after the driver failed to signal. Upon contact with the driver, it was learned that 41-year-old David Peter Poliandro had an active arrest warrant out of Florida for Violations of Conditions of Release. Poliandro was placed under arrest for the Kentucky charge of Fugitive From Another State. Poliandro was transported to the Graves County Restricted Custody Center, and custody was transferred to Graves County Jail. Poliandro will be lodged into a neighboring jail.

Also on Jan. 2, the Mayfield Police Department arrested Jerry Cullen, 50, of Hickory, after a traffic stop was conducted for curfew violation. Cullen was found to have illegal drugs and paraphernalia on his person. Cullen was transported to the Graves County RC Center, and charged with Disorderly Conduct, Second Degree, Possession of Controlled Substance, First Degree, First Offense (Methamphetamine), Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Failure of Non-Owner Operator to Maintain Insurance First Offense, No Registration Plates, and Improper Registration Plate.

Mayfield Police Department arrested Michael Hunter, 31, of Mayfield, following a traffic stop. Hunter was transported to the Graves County RC Center, and charged with Operating On Suspended Or Revoked Operator’s License and No Registration Plates.

On Jan. 3, the Mayfield Police Department arrested Jennifer West, 42, of Farmington, on an arrest warrant. West was transported to the Graves County RC Center on the charge of Failure To Appear.

On Tuesday, Jan. 4, officers of the Mayfield Police Department responded to South 16th Street for a disturbance between two people. Upon contact with the persons at the home, it was learned that 65-year-old Linda Potts had two, active arrest warrants out of Graves County. Potts was placed under arrest, charged with the two warrants for Failure to Appear in Graves County Court. Potts was transported to the Graves County Restricted Custody Center, and custody was passed on to the Graves County Jail.

On Saturday, Jan. 8, officers of the Mayfield Police Department made a traffic stop in the area West Broadway and North 15th Street. During the roadside investigation, it was learned that the driver, 38-year-old Aaron Svoboda, had a suspended operator’s license due to failure to appear in court on a felony offense. Svoboda was placed under arrest for Operating on a Suspended Operator’s License. Svoboda also was cited for various other traffic offenses. Svoboda was transported to the Graves County Restricted Custody Center, and custody was transferred to Graves County deputy jailers.

On Jan. 9, Mayfield Police Department officers responded to an address on East Broadway for a report of two people stealing copper wire. Contact was made with a Jessica Stemen and Taylor Hodges. Following an investigation, Taylor Hodges, 23, of Tuscumbia, Alabama, was placed under arrest, and charged with Theft by Unlawful Taking (All Others), Possession Controlled Substance First Degree, First Offense (Methamphetamine), Possession of Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Jessica Stemen was issued a citation and released. Hodges was turned over to the Graves County Jail for transport to Calloway County. The Mayfield Police Department was assisted by the Shelby County Sheriff’s Department, Anchorage Police Department, and Audubon Police Department

Also on Jan. 9 officers with the Mayfield Police Department made a traffic stop in the area of Hillside Drive and Green Street. During a roadside investigation, officers located a controlled substance and marijuana. Quintint Jones, 32, was placed under arrest. He was transported to Graves County Restricted Custody Center, and custody was transferred to Graves County Deputy Jailers. Jones was charged with Possession of Controlled Sunstance, Cocaine; Trafficking in Marijuana, less than 8 ounces; Possession of a Legend Drug; Possession of Drug Paraphernalia; and Disregarding a Stop Sign.

Officers of the Mayfield Police Department served an arrest warrant on 25-year-old Alana Webb, of Fulton. Webb was transported to the Graves County Restricted Custody Center, and custody was given to Graves County Deputy Jailers. Webb was charged with a bench warrant out of Carlisle County for Failure to Appear in Court.

On Monday, Jan. 10, officers of the Mayfield Police Department responded to the parking lot of local business for a report of a verbal altercation. Officers arrived, and met with three people, 37-year-old Darren Adams, of Sanders, 28-year-old Casey Clark, of Wilmore, and 23-year-old Molly Tuttle, of Carrollton. During the investigation, it was learned that Adams had an active, arrest warrant out of Indiana for Unlawful Possession of a Syringe. Adams was placed under arrest, and put into a patrol vehicle. Clark and Tuttle were found to be in possession of items stolen from a business in the area. Both were placed under arrest, charged with Theft by Unlawful Taking, Under $500, Shoplifting. All three were transported to the Graves County Restricted Custody Center, and custody was transferred to Graves County Deputy Jailer. The males were lodged in the Calloway County Jail and the female was lodged in the McCracken County Jail.