Three Horse Cave Residents Arrested on Multiple Counts of Criminal Mischief

Special to the News-Herald

Horse Cave, KY (May 22, 2017)- Eleven vehicles, including a KSP patrol car, were vandalized in the Horse Cave community between Friday May 18th and Saturday, May 19, 2018.  Many home owners awoke to find that glass in their vehicles had been broken on Saturday morning.  Troopers’ Jonathan McChesney and Ronnie Reynolds with KSP Post 3 and the Horse Cave Police Department responded to multiple areas around the Horse Cave Community.

Through investigation, Trooper McChesney obtained surveillance footage of three individuals purchasing a sling shot at a retail store located in Glasgow.  Working in conjunction with the Barren County Sheriff’s Department and Horse Cave Police Department, the individuals were identified, interviewed, and arrested by Trooper McChesney after warrants were obtained through Hart County District Court.

The below named individuals were arrested shortly after noon on Tuesday May 22, 2019:

Mykah Stone (18) of Horse Cave, KY was charged with Execution of Warrant for Hart County Court for charges of three counts of Criminal Mischief 2nd degree.  He was lodged in the Hart County Jail

Lamessia J. Evans (20) of Horse Cave, KY was charged with Execution of Warrant for Hart County Court for charges of three counts of Criminal Mischief 2nd degree.  She was lodged in the Hart County Jail.

Chavez R. Reed (24) of Horse Cave, KY was charged with Execution of Warrant for Hart County Court for charges of three counts of Criminal Mischief 2nd degree.  He was lodged in the Hart County Jail.

The investigation is still ongoing and being led by Master Trooper Jonathan McChesney.  He was assisted in the investigation by Trooper Ronnie Reynolds, the Barren County Sheriff’s Department, and Horse Cave Police Chief David Graves.  No further information is available at this time.

** UPDATE**
May 22, 2018-  All above subjects were also charged with an additional 4 counts of Criminal Mischief 2nd degree, and arrested by Horse Cave Police Chief David Graves.  They remained lodged in the Hart County Detention Center.

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