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Missing Person Wayne Joseph Urban of Round Rock, TX

The Round Rock Police Department is asking the public for help in locating Wayne Joseph Urban. 26-year-old Urban went missing on August 31.

Police say he was last seen leaving his Round Rock residence on Riley Cove at 8:30 a.m. in a black Ford Fairlane with the Texas license plate number: 59LEAD


Urban is described as a white male, approximately 5 feet 9 inches weighing about 145 pounds with brown hair and hazel eyes.

He was last seen wearing blue jeans and a grey t-shirt with a small logo on the front.

Anyone with information is asked to call Round Rock Police Detective Jeff Hill at 512-671-2720 or Williamson County Crime Stoppers at 800-253-7867.

Private Detective: Man Gets 2nd DUI At Dairy Queen Drive-Thru

A Pulaski County man is headed to jail after a second DUI arrest. According to court documents, James Jasper went through a Dairy Queen drive-thru Saturday night, at more than twice the legal limit.

This arrest follows another DUI in March 2013, in which he crashed into a fence, resulting in his daughter, Jaden, being in the hospital for nearly a month. For that arrest he faced ten years in jail, but was sentenced to house arrest and probation instead.


Police said that Jasper violated his probation Saturday night and is now behind bars and charged with probation violation and a DUI.

He will face a judge later this month.

Pedophile Tracking KY Woman and TN Man Indicted on Charges of Sex Trafficking Minor

A Lexington, Kentucky, woman and Clarksville, Tennessee man have been charged by a federal grand jury Wednesday with a single count of sex trafficking a 15-year-old female from Louisville.

Crystal L. Bradshaw, a/k/a Crystal Thurman, age 41, and Ralph W. Goodwin, age 65, face no less than 10 years in prison and no more than a life sentence, a $250,000 fine, and no less than five years and up to a lifetime of supervised release.


Bradshaw was named to the TBI’s Ten Most Wanted List last month. She was arrested in Ashland, Ky. shortly afterwards.

According to the affidavit, on August 7, 2015, a 15-year-old female was approached by Crystal Bradshaw, in a Louisville park. Bradshaw took the minor female to a Marriott Hotel in Louisville to have sex with Ralph Goodwin, in exchange for $700. According to the affidavit, the minor was not paid. Two days later, Goodwin drove the minor to his home in Clarksville, Tennessee. Eventually, the minor contacted a friend on Goodwin’s computer. The friend contacted the minor’s mother, which resulted in her being located by Montgomery Co. (TN) Sheriff’s Deputies.

Goodwin is scheduled for arraignment on Sept. 29, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. in Louisville.

Private Detective: Man Pretends To Be Officer to Obtain Stolen Items From Prostitute

A Winchester man is accused of pretending to be a police officer to try to get his stuff back from an alleged prostitute.

Tuesday night, an officer says Colt Christopher was seen beating on an apartment door along North Main Street in downtown Winchester.


According to an arrest citation, the suspect identified himself as Winchester Police. Once an actual officer arrived, police say Christopher charged at the officer and had to be tasered.

Police say Christopher had apparently solicited a prostitute, who had allegedly stolen his wallet and his phone.

Private Detective: 6 Arrested For Criminal Gang Recruitment

Police have arrested a total of six men accused of recruiting for a Chicago-based street gang in Lexington.

One Tuesday, police arrested Arnaz Lee Wheat, 50, and charged him with criminal gang recruitment. A fifth man was booked, Tony M. Berry, was booked into the Fayette County Detention Center Wednesday morning on a criminal gang recruitment charge. Friday, Thomas Wallace was also arrested in connection to the incident.


According to court documents, Wheat, Berry and Wallace were part of a group of at least a dozen men participating in the “beat-in” of a prospective gang member at Whitney Young Park on St. Martins Avenue last September. Investigators say the beat-in gang initiation required the perspective member to endure a five-minute assault. Officers say at the time there was a sporting event going on at the park, and there were children present.

Police say through surveillance, officers learned gang members were soliciting prospects to join the Black P. Stone Nation prior to the initiation.

Last week, police arrested Gregory Smith, 49, (AKA “Grays”), Gerald O’Neil Smith, 29, (AKA “Nib”) and Trevor Spencer, 25, in connection with the same incident. Smith and O’Neil pleaded guilty, and Spencer pleaded not guilty to criminal gang recruitment charges.

Spencer was released on bond, but officers arrested him again Tuesday and charged him with receiving stolen property, possession of drug paraphernalia and trafficking in controlled substance (heroin).

The Black P. Stone Nation is a Chicago based street gang founded in the 1950s. Experts estimate the gang has more than 30,000 members, and has expanded throughout the U.S. It is part of a larger Chicago gang alliance known as People Nation.

Arson Investigation Cause of Fatal Henry Co. Fire Under Investigation

The search for the cause of a weekend fire in Henry County is underway.

One woman was killed in the Friday house fire. Very little remains of the home on Gilbraith Road in Pleasurville. When crew arrived at the scene, the house was already up in flames.


Neighbors say that the couple who lived in the home had moved there from Texas only a year and a half ago to raise a rare breed of ponies.

Now those dreams of a new life went up in flames. Henry County Coroner Jimmy Pollard tells LEX 18 that DNA samples were sent to the Medical Examiners Office to verify the identity of the woman.

Pedophile Tracking Livingston County, MO Man Faces Charges

A 36-year-old man faces numerous child sex charges against a minor in Livingston County.

Sheriff’s deputies arrested Adam Woodworth on Monday. Prosecutors have now charged with him with 17 child sex and abuse charges.

Woodworth was charged Tuesday with six counts of sodomy with a person less than 14 years old, six counts of child molestation, two counts of sexual misconduct involving a child under 15, two counts of abuse or neglect of a child, and one count of sexual trafficking of a child under 18.


According to the probable cause statement, investigators first began looking into allegations of physical abuse against one child, which then led to stories of sexual abuse against another. Woodworth is charged with repeatedly sexually abusing and physically abusing a child between January, 2013 and June of this year.

Court documents state on June 9th a Livingston County sheriff’s deputy went to Woodworth’s home to investigate allegations involving a six or seven-year-old child.  During the investigation, the deputy said he learned that Woodworth allegedly twisted the child’s hair, kicked the child in the side and punished the apparent victim by throwing the child on a couch on the porch or against a chair leg.

Woodworth is also accused of touching the child in a sexual manner on several occasions, allegations the suspect has denied.  When investigators questioned Woodworth, he explained the touching was unintentional. According to the documents, Woodworth told investigators “I never laid a hand on the child or never spanked it.”

According to a child advocacy interviewer, one child told her that Woodworth touched inside their body roughly. They also said Woodworth takes off his clothes and invites the child to play with his male parts. The child also described Woodworth using sexual toys and when authorities searched for evidence, they say they seized some toys that corroborate the child’s story.

In the probable cause document, authorities say:

  • Woodworth claimed he was scratching poison ivy with the child on his lap and accidentally touched the child.
  • Woodworth claimed there was a time when the child fell into the bathtub onto Woodworth and touched Woodworth’s private area.
  • Woodworth told authorities that on one or two occasions while they were playing on his bed, the child landed on Woodworth’s face.

On Tuesday, FOX 4’s Robert Townsend traveled near rural Livingston County and visited Adam Woodworth’s home, however no one was at the house when he stopped by.

Michelle Reeter, who is the mother of a two-year-old girl, lives down the road from Woodworth in rural Livingston County. She says Woodworth has done work for her father in the past.

“He really is a nice guy. I don’t know him personally, but I do know that he and his family they are hard workers.  In fact, Adam used to do farming and mechanical work for my father, ” said Reeter.

Reeter said she is stunned to hear that Woodworth is now facing the 17 child sex and abuse charges. She said she hopes the allegations are not true.

“If that’s true it’s sad, but there are two sides to every story so I just don’t know what to believe,” said Reeter.

Woodworth is being held in the Daviess-Dekalb Regional Jail, which is about an hour and 15 minutes away from Pattonsburg, Missouri.

The case was investigated by the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office. Daviess County Prosecuting Attorney Annie Gibson has been appointed as special prosecutor. A judge in Livingston County filed a motion to be disqualified and transfer the case to the 43rd Judicial Circuit Court.

Bond is set at $500,000 cash only. If met, he’s to have no contact with anyone under the age of 18. Livingston County is about an hour and 40 minutes northeast of Kansas City.

Private Detective: Four Arrests Made in Organized Crime Investigation

Four people have been arrested in Madison County as the result of an ongoing undercover investigation.

The Kentucky State Police have been conducting undercover transactions in Richmond over the past month, looking for items that were obtained illegally by three local Madison County businesses.


Police arrested Rangassami Rajaram of Richmond from the Quick Pick Shell Food Mart on Northgate Drive, Shashi C. Ahhikari, 43-years-old, and Laxman Khadka, 28-years-old of the Easy Stop & Shop Shell on Lexington Road and Binod Adhikari of the BP Gas Station on Lexington Road have all been charged with Engaging in Organized Crime.

Rajaram has also been charged with Know/Fraudulently Use ID Card of Elect Code for Benefits.

Wrongful Death Man Shot Dead In Jackson County Road

Kentucky State Police have released the name of a man found shot dead in the Chestnut Flat Road area of Jackson County Tuesday.

Troopers say there was apparently some sort altercation between 61-year-old Jackie Rose and another man which resulted in the shooting, but the events leading up to the shooting are still under investigation.


The alleged shooter has not been charged.

Private Detective: Multiple Vet. Clinic Robberies May Be Connected

Some Central Kentucky veterinarians are upset after another veterinary clinic was broken into Monday night. This is the most recent is a string of veterinary clinic robberies that cross several state lines.

The robbery happened around midnight at the veterinary clinic on Harrodsburg Road, this follows the robberies of the Regency Road Animal Hospital and a veterinary clinic on Merchant Drive in Richmond.


Surveillance footage showed two people, covered head to toe, as they broke into the Regency Animal Hospital and stole around $6,000 in heartworm and flea and tick medication.

“I believe it’s the same people,” said Dr. Mark Dobbs of the Regency Animal Hospital.

The robbery of Dr. Dobbs’ clinic was similar to the other robberies, in all robberies they pried open a steel back door to get in and stole thousands of dollars worth of pet medication. All clinics were also hit overnight.

It is believed that the same thieves had attempted to break into the Animal Clinic at Equestrian Woods in Jessamine County and the Skipworth Vet Clinic in Richmond, but they were scared off by the alarms.

Police believe that the same suspects who broke into the Harrodsburg clinic are the suspects who were caught on camera at the Regency Animal Hospital in June.

It is likely that they may try to re-sell the pet medication on Craigslist and eBay.

“When you can buy prepackaged stuff and they’ve got all the sizes and selection to choose from,” Dr. Dobbs explained, “that’s a stolen product, almost without a doubt.”

Police believe the same group of thieves may be tied to a multi-state theft ring. In Knoxville, TN more than 30 veterinary clinics were robbed, and Ohio and North Carolina have had pet med thefts that are similar to the one Monday night.

“Just be careful and upgrade your security,” said Dobbs.


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