Report of Dog Bite Results in Two Arrests
By West Kentucky Star Staff
MAYFIELD - The response by law enforcement to an animal bite complaint has resulted in two arrests.
According to the Graves County Sheriff's Department, deputies responded to the Jackson Purchase Medical Center Emergency Room.
Deputies spoke with 31-year-old Michael Prince, Jr., of New Concord, and his mother, 54-year-old Tamila Helton, also of New Concord.

During the interview, it was determined that Prince had an outstanding warrant in Calloway county for Flagrant Non Support, and was arrested. 

Helton was present during the interview, and it was obvious to deputies that she was under the influence of illegal narcotics at the time. A search of her belongs revealed illegal drugs in her purse. She allegedly admitted to recent use of methamphetamine. While being transported to the jail, she damaged the interior of the patrol car.

Helton was charged with public Intoxication, illegal Possession of a legend drug, and third degree criminal mischief.
Both Prince and Helton were lodged in the Graves County Jail.

Published 07:10 PM, Monday May. 13, 2019
Updated 05:33 PM, Tuesday May. 14, 2019

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