Mayfield Police Chief Nathan Kent reported the following arrests, warrants served and traffic incidents:

On Wednesday, officers arrested Amy Glasgow, 43, of Paducah, after responding to a reported intoxicated driver. Glasgow was located and found to be under the influence. She was taken to the Graves County Jail on the charge of Operating Motor Vehicle Under the Influence of Substance — First Offense.

On Wednesday, officers arrested Rickie Alsip Jr., 38, of Mayfield, after responding to a report on an assault. The investigation revealed that Alsip Jr. had assaulted two people and then threatened one while officers were on scene. Alsip Jr. was also found to have an arrest warrant. He was taken to the Graves County Jail on the charges of Fourth-Degree Assault (Minor Injury), Fourth-Degree Assault — Domestic Violence (Minor Injury), Third-Degree Terroristic Threatening, First-Degree Strangulation and a Parole Violation.

On Thursday, Christopher Slaughter, 50, of Bowling Green, was arrested in Mayfield for outstanding warrants. Slaughter was observed on North 7th Street and subsequently arrested for a Parole Violation out of Warren County. Slaughter also had a Failure to Appear warrant out of Hart County. He was taken to the Graves County Jail.

On Thursday, officers arrested Christopher Coleman, 28, of Arizona, after responding to a disturbance call. Reportedly, Coleman had smashed the windows out of a vehicle on West Oak Street, and then fled prior to officers’ arrival. Coleman was located in the 600 Block of South 7th Street and was found manifestly under the influence of alcohol. He also resisted officers. Coleman was charged with Second and Third Degree Criminal Mischief, Resisting Arrest, and Alcohol Intoxication in a Public Place. He was taken to the Graves County Jail.