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03.11.13 03:36 PM – Andy McDonald
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Drug Charges: On 03/08/2013, police charged Lisa D. Hacker, age 35, London, KY, for numerous drug offenses after investigating a report of suspicious activity.

At approximately 2:26 P.M., officers responded to Rite Aid in the University Shopping Center to investigate a report that a male and female were attempting to purchase pseudoephedrine and their activities had aroused suspicion as to the legitimacy of the purchase. Officer had responded to a similar call earlier at Meijer but the suspects were not located.

Upon arrival, officers encountered Hacker and an associate, Terry B. Browning, age 33, London, KY, in a vehicle outside the store. During the course of the contact, officers determined that Hacker was acquiring or attempting to acquire pseudoephedrine to sell for cash or trade for methamphetamine. During a search of the suspects’ vehicle, officers recovered a pipe with suspected methamphetamine residue in the bottom, rolling papers, a small amount of marijuana, a syringe, an open can of beer, and a box of Claritin-D (pseudoephedrine). Hacker was often unruly during the contact, screaming and yelling in the parking lot. Hacker was charged for the following offenses and lodged in the MCDC:

- Possession of a Controlled Substance 1st Degree
- Unlawful Possession of a Meth Precursor
- Possession of Marijuana
- Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
- Possession of Open Alcoholic Beverage in a Motor Vehicle
- Disorderly Conduct 2nd Degree

A bench warrant from the Knox District Court for Failure to Appear was served on Browning and he was also lodged in the MCDC.

Identity Theft Charges: On 03/09/2013, police charged Jennifer G. Horn, age 47, Eastern Bypass, for identity theft after she provided false information as to her identity in an attempt to avoid arrest.

At approximately 2:20 P.M., an officer conducting a drug trafficking investigation encountered Horn in the parking lot of Rite Aid in the University Shopping Center. When asked to provide identification, Horn utilized the name and identifying information of another person. The officer subsequently recovered a marijuana cigarette from Horn’s purse along with documents that revealed her true identity.

Upon obtaining Horn’s true identity, the officer discovered that there existed three outstanding warrants for her arrest. One was from the Madison District Court for Failure to Pay Fines; a second was from the Madison Circuit Court for Failure to Appear and Failure to Pay Child Support; and the third warrant was from the Scott Circuit Court for Failure to Appear on Flagrant Non-Support charges.

Horn was further charged for Possession of Marijuana and Theft of Identity and lodged in the MCDC.

Theft from Vehicle: On 03/10/2013, a resident in the 100 block of Circle Drive reported that a Hi-Point 9mm pistol, model M-9, was stolen from his parked and unsecure vehicle during the past two days. Estimated loss: $160.

Theft Charges: On 03/07/2013, police charged Leor M. Nangle, age 58, Race Street, for the theft of a firearm that occurred during the summer months of 2012.

At approximately 10:48 A.M., a complainant reported that a number of items had been stolen from his brother’s residence on Race Street during the past several months and identified Nangle as a suspect. Upon further investigation, the officer found that a Smith & Wesson .38 caliber revolver had been stolen from the victim by Nangle during the summer months. Nangle was interviewed at the scene of the theft and then taken into custody.

Nangle was charged for Theft by Unlawful Taking – Firearm and lodged in the MCDC.

Theft: On 03/08/2013, a resident in the 300 block of Overland Drive reported that a utility trailer had been stolen from the yard of his residence during the overnight hours. The item was described as a black steel Tarter 5’ x 10’ trailer with a mesh floor and a red weed trimmer rack on the front. Estimated loss: $800.

Anyone with information regarding the above listed cases is asked to contact the Richmond Police Department at 859-623-1162.
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