Harassment Call Leads to Felony Drug Arrest
By WestKyStar Staff
PADUCAH, KY - A Paducah man was arrested for felony theft Wednesday after police received a harassment call from a Paducah home.
At around 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, deputies were dispatched to a harassment call in the area of Timberland Drive. The victim stated that her live in boyfriend, 31-year-old Johnathan Mabry, was seen leaving her home. Mabry was previously arrested for Assault 4th Domestic Violence and was ordered by the court not to have contact with the victim.
The victim called the Sheriff’s Office and said that Mabry had left her home with several items, including her purse. The victim’s purse contained her wallet with her drivers license, credit cards, checkbook and prescription drugs.
Mabry was later found at a relative's residence at 5225 Reidland Road. He was in possession of the victim’s purse containing all items inside along with an amount of prescription Lortab, Xanax and other legend drugs, all legally prescribed to the victim. Police said Mabry appeared to be under the influence of alcohol when deputies located him.
According to police, Mabry admitted to entering the home and taking the items. The victim’s purse was located in Mabry’s vehicle that was registered to him at the Reidland Road address.
Mabry is charged with Theft by unlawful taking or disposition – A class A misdemeanor, Theft of a controlled substance – A class D Felony and Theft of a legend drug – 1st offense or value < $300 – A class D felony. He was lodged at the McCracken County Regional Jail.