Police pursuit ends in Wayne County, sees two arrests

Posted March 28, 2018 at 8:21 am

On Monday, March 19, 2018, an attempt to locate Charlie K. York, 39, of Albany, led to the apprehension and arrest along with the seizure of drugs and drug paraphernalia.

According to the Clinton County Sheriff’s Department, officers arrived at the residence of Allison Dean, York’s girlfriend. Upon search of the residence, officers found drugs and drug paraphernalia.

York was not at the residence at the time of the search, however, the press release issued by the Clinton County Sheriff’s department stated a red pickup truck, which matched the description of the vehicle York was said to be operating, passed by Dean’s residence.

Both the Clinton County Sheriff’s deputies, along with Kentucky State Troopers then proceeded to attempt to stop the small red pickup seen driving by Dean’s residence which led to a long pursuit that ended in Wayne County.

KSP from Post 11 were notified of the pursuit and deployed stop sticks. The vehicle was stopped just prior to reaching the city limits of Monticello and the driver was arrested.

York was arrested by KSP Trooper Jason Warinner and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs/etc in the first degree, possession of a controlled substance in the first degree first offense (methamphetamine), fleeing or evading police first degree, resisting arrest, trafficking in a controlled substance in the first degree first offense, possession of marijuana along with 13 other traffic and criminal violations.

According to the Sheriff’s Department, York has more than 40 grams of meth, numerous loaded syringes, electronic scales and a large amount of drug paraphernalia.

York was transported to the Wayne County Hospital to be medically cleared for admission to the jail due to his level of intoxication. Once cleared, York was lodged in the Wayne County Detention Center with no bond.

Dean, 24, of Albany, was arrested by the Clinton county Sheriff’s Department and charged with possession of a controlled substance first degree first offense (meth) trafficking in a controlled substance first degree first offense, wanton endangerment first degree and possession of drug paraphernalia. Dean was lodged in the Clinton County Jail with bond set at $50,000 cash only.