Bardwell Man Arrested for Third Time This Week
By West Kentucky Star Staff
BARDWELL - Two Bardwell men were arrested Sunday in a traffic stop, one of them for the third time this week.

The Carlisle County Sheriff’s Department says a deputy stopped an eastbound vehicle on Highway 62 driven by 54-year-old Gary Garrett of Bardwell after seeing it swerving in the roadway.

The deputy found Garrett to be under the influence and arrested him. A search of the vehicle revealed open alcohol containers and a prescription drug that was not issued to Garret. He was charged with DUI, possession of a legend drug, and possession of an open alcoholic beverage in a vehicle.

Deputies said 32-year-old Devin Roberts was a passenger in the vehicle. Roberts was released on a $2500 cash bond from charges related to an incident in Bardwell on Saturday. He had also previously been charged on Thursday for a felony theft of equipment from the City of Bardwell.

Roberts was arrested for violating bond conditions that prohibited him from possessing or consuming alcohol. Deputies said he was found with beer, and was already under the influence.

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Published 06:14 PM, Sunday Jun. 28, 2020
Updated 05:23 PM, Monday Jun. 29, 2020



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