On June 1, a warrant was served for the arrest of Bishop White at 8th and Petry streets for charges including, kidnapping, unlawful imprisonment, first-degree assault, first-degree strangulation, and first-degree robbery.
White, along with co-defendants, Granville Cobble, April Jones, and Virgil Gains, has been accused of multiple violent acts on the morning of Nov. 9 of last year. According to the two victims, Jordan Chevalier and Autumn Cole, they were with White and the co-defendants at 339 Golden Turtle Circle.
Chevalier was allegedly beaten by the defendants and stabbed in both arms. In addition to the stab wounds, he was also left with lacerations on his forearm and thigh, a broken tooth, and marks on his throat from being lifted up by his neck. The victims were then taken inside the apartment where they were held captive.
Cole was kept in a separate room from Chevalier and eventually fell asleep. She later woke latter to find she was being strangled with a chord and lost consciousness. The next thing Cole recalled was witnessing Chevalier being stabbed and struck in the face with a vacuum cleaner, according to a citation.
After allegedly being assaulted and robbed of $700 in cash, a $1,300 iPhone 12, and a $3,000 Chromebook, the defendants were taken to the Bashford Manor Walmart in the Buechel neighborhood of Jefferson County with the intent of returning items for cash or store credit. The victims managed to approach the store’s security and ask for help. Wes Buechel Officers spoke with the defendants and released all but one, who had an outstanding warrant.
The victims were able to give descriptions of the defendants and the location of the attack took place. Police then searched the apartment, finding dried blood and hair that seemed to confirm Chevalier and Cole’s story.
White was arrested on June 1 at 10:20p.m. in Shelbyville, at which time, officers also found a cigarette case containing methamphetamine and crack cocaine. So, in addition to the assault and kidnapping charges, White was also charged with first-degree possession of methamphetamine first-degree possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia, and failure to appear in court.
Lexington man busted
According to police, an officer was on patrol when he noticed Ray Yochum sitting on the ground at the 2nd Washington Soccer Field on May 26 at 4:20 p.m.. When Yochum noticed the officer, he ran into the woods, according to a criminal citation. The officer ordered Yochum to come and when Yochum refused, the officer gave chase, finding him hiding against the bank of the creek.
Though he initially gave false information about his identity, a fellow officer recognized Yochum from a prior encounter, according to the citation. The officers searched the suspect's backpack, finding four unused needles and a metal container containing a cotton ball. Yochum was charged with fleeing or evading police in the second degree, giving false identification, and possessing drug paraphernalia.
Woman charged with DUI
An officer was dispatched to Taylorsville at 8:38 p.m. on May 27, after calls came in about an erratic driver. The officer got behind the car in question at the intersection of Taylorsville Road and Freedom’s way.
After following the car, the officer observed it weaving in and out of other lanes. The officer pulled the driver, Angela Raisor of Main Street, over and noticed her glassy eyes and slurred speech, according to a criminal citation.
She was allegedly unsteady on her feet and unable to safely comply with a field sobriety test. Raisor allegedly admitted to taking muscle relaxers but denied taking any of the hydrocodone that was allegedly in her possession. Raisor submitted to a blood draw at University of Louisville Shelbyville and was placed under arrest for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of a controlled substance.
Domestic violence between to siblings leads to arrest
Officer Sullivan was dispatched to Doral Court at 10:23 on May 29 in response to a domestic abuse call. Jason and Amanda Cloyd stated that their two sons, a 16-year-old juvenile and Connor, 19, had been in a physical altercation, according to a citation on file in Shelby District Court.
The parents explained that Connor had been threatening his parents and brother before he struck the table on the back deck.
The parents said that it was after this, that the younger brother restrained him in order to prevent him from causing any further harm. Everyone, including Connor, stated that it was at this moment that Connor began striking and pushing his younger brother. Cuts on the right side of the younger brother’s head, and a lack of injuries to Connor confirmed the story, police said. The eldest son was laced under arrest for fourth-degree assault.
Early morning arrest involving speed, alcohol, and breaking windows
In the early hours of June 1, officer Sullivan was dispatched to Lakeside Drive regarding a call about a man breaking out the winnows of a female’s home. The caller described a black Camaro that was driven by the suspect, and gave his name, Neftali Escobar Mazariegos, according to a citation on file in Shelby District Court.
As officer Sullivan was turning on to Sunset, he saw the black Camaro, described by the caller, speeding in the opposite direction of the Lakeside Drive. Given that the car matched the caller’s description and was spotted just 100 yards away from the home in question, the officer decided to make a U-turn and follow the suspect.
He followed Mazariegos to his home at 1731 Village Lane. After noticing the suspect’s bloodshot eyes and difficulty standing, a blood alcohol test was administered. Mazariegos allegedly blew a .206 and was arrested for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol.
Indiana man charged with DUI
Police were sent to the Speedway at 1533 Midland Trail on June 1 for a report of a disturbance. Upon arrival, the officers saw that there had been a traffic collision and learned that the subject of the call, Bradley Jefferies, was allegedly responsible.
The officers noticed that Jefferies' eyes were glassy and that his breath had the smell of alcohol. Bradley allegedly admitted to drinking six to eight alcoholic beverages. He was then arrested for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol.
Failure to appear
The following were charged by the Shelbyville Police Department for failing to appear in court.