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Madison Police Arrest Four Over Two Days

All were arrested on various charges

Traffic stop leads to methamphetamine arrest perry

On 12/29/2022 at approximately 1:30AM, Patrol Officer Curtis Shelpman observed a ford F150 traveling on Green Road with no working tail lights. After a traffic stop, it was determined that the driver of the vehicle, Ricky L. Perry, 42 of Madison was driving with a suspended license. Perry was taken into custody for driving while suspended, and a package containing methamphetamine was located on his person. 

Perry faces initial charges of Driving while suspended, Class A misdemeanor, and possession of methamphetamine, Level 6 Felony. Ricky L. Perry has the presumption of innocence unless otherwise proven guilty in a court of law. 

Three OVWI arrests made early Thursday morning



On 12/28/2022 at approximately 1:55AM, Patrolman Phillip Wimpee of MPD observed a vehicle exit a Circle K gas station onto clifty drive in a reckless manner, temporarily losing traction and sliding into the roadway. As Wimpee turned around to stop the vehicle, another MPD Officer observed the vehicle traveling at 80 miles per hour in a 45MPH zone. A traffic stop was conducted and the driver of the vehicle, identified as Iris E. Winters, 31 of Madison was subsequently arrested for operating a vehicle while intoxicated.

 As Patrolman Wimpee drove Winters to the jail, he observed two vehicles traveling on US 421 driving recklessly. Wimpee radioed to nearby officers, who were able to stop both vehicles. 

Sgt. Ronald Phillips of MPD conducted a traffic stop on one vehicle, driven by LeeAnn M. Nalley, 30 of Bedford KY. Sgt. Phillips found Nalley to be intoxicated, and she was subsequently arrested for operating a vehicle while intoxicated. 

The second vehicle was stopped by Sheriff's Deputy Devlin McMindes and found to be operated by Elizabeth N. Martinez Perales, 29 of Madison. Perales was found to be intoxicated and was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated. 

Iris E. Winters, LeeAnn M. Nalley, and Elizabeth N. Matrinez Perales all have the presumption of innocence unless otherwise proven guilty in a court of law.


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