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May 22, 2018


LOUISA, Ky. -- On Sunday May 20, 2018 at 10:32pm LPD Ptl. Shane James responded to the call of a single vehicle accident at the Louisa Walmart.

Aaron MaynardAaron MaynardUpon arrival Ptl. James discovered that the driver, Arron Maynard, 24, of Louisa had fallen asleep at the wheel and struck a metal rack belonging to Walmart.

A female passenger in the vehicle was suffering from a drug induced overdose and was treated on scene before taken to TRMC.

Maynard was charged with DUI 2nd and License to be in possession.

An infant in the vehicle was released to Lawrence County DSS.


+2 #8 AMAZING 2018-05-29 13:05
I have figured out a few things for certain concerning drug addicts: 1) They choose to do the drugs--no one forces them to do what they do, 2) they are doing exactly what the want and like to do, 3) they don't care about anything besides getting some drugs to take, etc.
-8 #7 Robertj 2018-05-25 05:51
Look here ok y'all are the parasites not the addicts y'all need to worry bout your lives and stop judging others like grow up people your supposed to be adults why don't you spend a day in there shoes? I guarantee you won't judge no more.
+1 #6 Help 2018-05-23 22:16
These fine young people need our help. The least we can do is provide them with all the needles they can carry.
+2 #5 kathy 2018-05-23 16:49
Quoting Confused:
So was it a buggy or a metal rack? Stories are hard to read when the information is conflicting.

It says metal rack/ buggy rack
+5 #4 Ohmygawd 2018-05-23 00:38
This is sickening
+6 #3 Public servants 2018-05-22 23:46
Our tax dollars are keeping these parasites going on and on.
+1 #2 Confused 2018-05-22 22:52
So was it a buggy or a metal rack? Stories are hard to read when the information is conflicting.
+12 #1 SickOfThesePeople 2018-05-22 18:16
I hope the female was charged also. They both should be charged with child neglect or endangering a child.

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