Updated 6/23/2024

On the morning of Saturday, June 22nd, Officers with the Mayfield Police Department responded to an address on Hillside Drive for a burglary in progress. The caller stated a man had forced his way inside her home, and had armed himself with a knife. The caller stated that she had armed herself with a handgun, and that the man then laid the knife down. Officers arrived, and took 23-year-old Damion Siddell into custody. Siddell was manifestly under the influence of an illegal substance. Siddell was transported to Jackson Purchase Medical Center for medical clearance due to his level of intoxication. At the hospital, Siddell attempted to resist Officers, and to get away. Siddell was restrained, and transported to the Graves County Restricted Custody Center. At the RC Center, as Deputy Jailers and a Mayfield Police Officer were moving Siddell from a Mayfield Police cruiser to a Graves County Jail transport vehicle, Siddell again lashed out, attempting to resist and flee. A Graves County Deputy Jailer was assaulted by Siddell, and the Graves County Jail transport vehicle was damaged, also by Siddell. The Deputy Jailer was treated on the scene by Mayfield Fire and EMS. Siddell was lodged in the McCracken County Jail, charged with:

  1. Burglary 1st Degree
  2. Public Intoxication on a Controlled Substance
  3. Two counts of Resisting Arrest
  4. Disorderly Conduct 2nd Degree
  5. Assault 3rd Degree – Inmate Assault on Corrections Employee
  6. Criminal Mischief 2nd Degree
  7. Criminal Mischief 3rd Degree

Mayfield Police Department was assisted by the Graves County Jail, Graves County Sheriff’s Office, and McCracken County Sheriff’s Office.

On June 21st at approximately 1:23 pm, a traffic stop was conducted for disregarding the stop sign located at the intersection of South 1st Street and Douthitt Street. During the investigation, Courtney Amacher, age 26 of Bardwell, was located in the front passenger seat of the vehicle. Amacher’s information was given to Kentucky State Police Dispatch, which advised that Amacher had an active arrest warrant out of Lyon County. Amacher was taken into custody, and transported to the Graves County Restricted Custody Center for booking. Amacher is charged with a Bench Warrant out of Lyon County for Contempt of Court. 

On 06/17/2024, Mayfield Police Department Officers served three warrants on Aarika Hawks, age 38 of Mayfield.  Hawks was served two bench warrants, out of Graves County, for Contempt of Court – Failure To Appear, for the underlying charges of twocounts of Alcohol Intoxication in a Public Place, Possession Controlled Substance 3rd Degree, Prescription Controlled Substance Not In Proper Container 1st Offense, five counts of Contempt of Court Libel/ Slander Resistance to Order, and Drinking an Alcoholic Beverage in a Public Place.