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ACSO officers arrest two after Sawmill Road incident

Multiple allegations follow arrest of two men after ACSO deputy Josh Durbin, CPD Officer Jamie Cole, and Adair County Constable Jason Rector respond to report of car going through yard, wrecking into a parked car, attempting to enter a house, leaving and becoming mired in field
Note - Charges/allegations are not a finding of guilt. An individual charged by law enforcement is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty at some later criminal proceeding. From the Adair County Sheriff's Office

On May, 28,2017 Adair county Deputy Josh Durbin Responded to Sawmill Road, after a report of two men driving though a yard of a residence and wrecking into a parked vehicle, after which the two men then got out of their vehicle and attempted to go inside the house. The two men then left the scene


Deputy Durbin was able to locate the two men a short distance from the residence after they got stuck trying to drive though a field.

Deputy Durbin arrested 53 year old Brent Yates of Columbia, KY and charged him with:
  1. Leaving the scene of a accident

  2. Criminal Mischief-3rd degree

  3. Criminal trespass-2nd Degree

  4. Failure of owner to maintain required insurance

  5. No/registration plates

  6. Possession of a open alcoholic beverage in a motor vehicle

  7. DUI

  8. Resisting arrest

  9. Menacing

  10. Driving on DUI suspended license
Also arrested on the scene was 52-year-old Ester Hunt. Mr Hunt was charged with:
  1. Alcohol intoxication in a public place

  2. and Resisting Arrest.
Deputy Durbin was assisted on the scene by officer Jamie Cole and Constable Jason Rector.


This story was posted on 2017-05-29 15:54:26
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