Mayfield Police Reports
Mayfield Police Chief Nathan Kent reported the following arrests, warrants served, and collisions:
Mayfield Police Department officers made contact with Rodney Nance Jr., 27, of Mayfield, in an apartment on Fifth Street. During the investigation, it was determined Nance had forced his way into the apartment. Officers also learned he had two active arrest warrants out of Graves County.
Nance was arrested for second-degree burglary and for violating the conditions of his release. He had been ordered by the Judge to stay away from the address. Arrest warrants were also served for first-degree bail jumping and second-degree bail jumping. He was taken to the Graves County Jail.
The Mayfield Police Department arrested Jackie Jerome III, 45, of Fancy Farm, at City Hall after he turned himself in on a warrant for first-degree burglary, first-degree rape — domestic violence, kidnapping adult, and violation of Kentucky emergency protective order — domestic violence order.
The Mayfield Police Department arrested Joseph A. Garnett, 30, of Mayfield, after a complaint of an altercation at the Dunbar apartments. Garnett was charged with second-degree disorderly conduct, and second-degree criminal mischief. Garnett was additionally charged with three warrants, all three were for contempt of court, libel, slander resistance to order, and failure to pay fines and court costs. These were regarding the original charges of speeding 15 mph over, operating motor vehicle under the influence alcohol/drugs/etc. .08 aggravating circumstances, driving under DUI suspended license (first offense) aggravating circumstances, no registration plate, failure to use child restraint device in vehicle, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, tampering with physical evidence, second-degree wanton endangerment, probation violation for felony offense, failure to or improper signal, failure of owner to maintain required insurance security, possession of open alcohol beverage container in motor vehicle prohibited, and probation violation for misdemeanor offense.