Mayfield Police Department

• On Thursday, April 28, officers of the Mayfield Police Department responded to the area of State Route 121 N., near the Jackson Purchase Medical Center entrance, for a two-vehicle collision. Upon contact with the driver of the first vehicle, it was learned another vehicle, a beige 1986 Ford four-door, had fled, heading north. Witnesses advised the vehicle had possibly turned into a local business in the area. After a brief search, officers located the car and the operator, 57-year-old Peggy Wood. Wood was found to have four, active arrest warrants. Wood was placed under arrest, and transported to the Graves County Restricted Custody Center, charged with two counts of Failure to Appear in Graves County Courts, Bail Jumping, Second Degree out of Graves County, and a Daviess County Indictment Warrant for the original charges of five counts of Criminal Possession of Forged Instrument, Second Degree. Wood was additionally cited into court for Leaving the Scene of an Accident, Operating on a Suspended Operator’s License, and Failure of Non-Owner to Maintain Required Insurance. Wood was lodged in the Ballard County Jail.

• On Wednesday, April 27, an officer served an Indictment Warrant on Dylan Wiggins at the Graves County Probation and Parole Office. The indictment was for Possession of Controlled Substance, First Degree, Second Offense (Methamphetamine), Resisting Arrest, Menacing, Tampering with Physical Evidence, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Criminal Littering. Wiggins was transported to the Graves County Restricted Custody Center.

• On April 28 the Mayfield Police Department arrested Jeremy Adams, 41, of Mayfield, on a warrant. Adams was taken to the Graves County Restricted Custody Center on the charge of Failure To Appear.

• On April 29, the Mayfield Police Department arrested Edward Troup, 33, of Mayfield, on an arrest warrant. Troup was taken to the Graves County Restricted Custody Center on the charge of Violation of a Kentucky Emergency Protective Order/Domestic Violence Order.

• Also on April 29, the Mayfield Police Department arrested Demarco Walker, 23, of Mayfield, on an arrest warrant. Walker was taken to the Graves County Restricted Custody Center on the charge of Failure To Appear.

• Fred Jackson, 47, of Mayfield, was arrested by the Mayfield Police Department following a traffic stop. Jackson was charged with Failure to or Improper Signal, Careless Driving, Failure to Notify Address Change to Department of Transportation, and Operating a Motor Vehicle under the Influence of Alcohol .08 (1A) Third Offense. Jackson was lodged in the Ballard County Jail.

• Kyrah Ballard, 21, of Mayfield, was arrested by the Mayfield Police Department pursuant to a traffic investigation for Operating Motor Vehicle Under the Influence of Alcohol, First Offense, Possession of Open Alcohol Beverage Container in a Motor Vehicle Prohibited, and Rear License Not Illuminated. Ballard was transported to the Graves County Restricted Custody. Then, she was transported to Ballard County Jail by the Mayfield Police Department.

• On Tuesday, May 3, Mayfield Police and Mayfield Fire & EMS responded to the scene of a collision involving injury. The investigation showed a 2001 Dodge Dakota was stopped at the intersection of Backusburg Road and Dick Castleman bypass, driven by 23-year-old Austin Luce, of Mayfield. Luce stated he believed he had enough time to make it through the intersection, and proceeded to do so. At the same time, a 2014 Toyota Prius, operated by 66-year-old Celesta Baker, also from Mayfield, was traveling southbound along the bypass. The front of Baker’s vehicle struck the rear, driver side of Luce’s truck. A witness on the scene corroborated the account. Baker was transported to Jackson Purchase Medical Center to be treated for non-life-threatening injuries. Luce was not injured, and declined EMS.