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CPD arrests 3 suspects in Bramlett Street burglary/assault case

Columbia Police respond to call on North Bramlett Street in Columbia to find victim of forced entry, robbery, and assault, who was transported to TJ Health of Columbia for treatment. CPD's investigation led to a locating suspects at a Campbellsvile hotel where they were joined by Campbellsville Police. Three Columbia residents alleged to have committed the crime were arrested and lodged in the Adair County Regional Jail. The victim, as yet unnamed, had been released at time of press release, but will undergo additional treatment. The case is being investigated by Officers Drew Conn and Josh Brockman Click on headline for detailed account with complete list of charges
Note: An individual charged by police or in a warrant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty at some later criminal proceeding.

By Ofc. Josh Brockman Public Information Officer Columbia Police Department, Chief, Jason Cross

Columbia Police Department Officers Drew Conn and Josh Brockman along with Deputy Justin Cross were dispatched to Parkway Manor Lane just off North Bramlett Street, at 12:08amCT, on February 25, 2017.



Adair County 911 had received a report of a possible altercation that had took place resulting in one male being stabbed. Upon arrival officers located the victim and checked the immediate area for the perpetrators but it was found they had fled. Once the scene was secured and reasonable safe Adair County Ems arrived on scene to treat the patient.

The patient was transported to TJ Health of Columbia. During the investigation it was found that the perpetrators had forced their way into the victims home. Once inside they began to assault him and robbed him of his wallet, money, and cell phone. Officers developed some suspects and several hours later were able to obtain warrants for their arrest. Officers searched several locations throughout the early morning hours and throughout the day as it progressed but was unable to locate the suspects.

At or around 830pmCT that night officers were able to track them down to hotel in the limits of Campbellsville KY. CPD Officers Drew Conn and Josh Brockman travelled to Taylor County where they met with several Campbellsville Police Officers and briefed them on the background of the case and the possible location of the suspects in their jurisdiction. Officers from both agencies converged on the hotel and was able to identify the room they were in; however they refused to comply with officers to open door. Officers eventually gained access to the room and three suspects were arrested and transported by Columbia Police back to Adair County and lodged in jail.

Arrested was

  1. Author Badillo age 22 of Columbia, KY on charges of Burglary 2nd Degree, Assault 2nd Degree and Robbery 1st Degree.

  2. Jose Milino age 24 of Columbia, KY on charges of Burglary 2nd Degree, Assault 2nd Degree, and Robbery 1st Degree and Promoting Contraband 1st degree.

  3. Jennifer Gayde, age 32 of Columbia, KY
  4. on Charges of Burglary 2nd Degree, Assault 2nd Degree, and Robbery 1st Degree.
All three are lodged with bond set at 100,000 dollars. As of this press release the victim who is unnamed at this time was released from the hospital but will undergo additional medical treatment for Facial Fractures and a puncture wound to his right side. The case is being investigated by Officer Drew Conn assisted by Officer Josh Brockman. At this time Officers believe that the case is drug related in its origin.


This story was posted on 2017-02-28 03:17:50
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