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Corbin Times Tribune (Newspaper) - December 13, 2012, Corbin, Kentucky Whitley count is girls new n0.1f ports a pros 8 Mem a ii sports a Paol 8 . No. 289, vol 120 dec. 13, 2012 i thursday i Call 606 528-2464 to subscribe rial begins in Federal lawsuit aty of Williamsburg police officer mayor being sued by Tennessee woman by John l. Ross staff writer the Federal trial for a woman who alleges her civil rights were violated during an arrest in Williamsburg started wednesday in London a . District court before judge Gregory Vantatenhove. Lumbery Perlins of Tennessee filed the lawsuit against Williamsburg police department officer Mike Taylor mayor Roddy Harrison and the City of Williamsburg. In her lawsuit Perkins claims that during an arrest in May 2008, she was illegally searched denied medical care and had personal property go missing. A a Perkins had an event that no one ought to have to go through a Perkins attorney John Sponhour said during his opening statement. According to Spainhour Perkins had surgery on May 5, 2008, to treat infected abscesses caused from multiple sclerosis. Spainhour said Perkins was released Nipom the University of Tennessee medical Center in Knoxville tenn., on May 6, 2008, and returned to the Home of her Mother Norma Perkins who was also the third witness to testify wednesday. Norma Perkins lives in Jellico tenn., and her daughter Kim lives there As Well he said Perkins was advised to avoid Contact with others to reduce the possibility of infection. Since Perkins Mother cared for her grandchildren in her lome he said Perkins decided to stay with her mothers sister in Louisville. A Friend Shawnee Lay was to take Perkins to Louisville although once the two left Tennessee May 13 they were asked by Perkins aunt to delay their arrival by a Day. Spainhour said persons and Lay decided to stay at the Days inn in Williamsburg. He said ile made and it was delivered by Perkins lest Nony a pm continue Toi photo by Lohn Ross second witness misty Wright who was the hotels night clerk. The next Morong while the two were packing to leave for Louisville Spainhour said that Perkins realized she forgot some of her Belon nos at her mothers Home in be Lico. Lay Voli metered to retrieve the items leaving Perkins at the hotel room. As Perkins was on several medications Spainhour said she needed to est something to take with the Medicine. He said she decided to go to Krystal Ich is located near the hotel. A in a world of coincidence a Spainhour said a 911 Call went out from the hotel reporting a disturbance involving two men. He said three Williamsburg police officers responded then officer Taylor it Ecklie Cain and then officer Shawn Jackson. Officers were told to look for suspects leaving the scene and that a when Spainhour said Taylor found Perkins. A probable cause did exist in the questioning and arrest of Perks Spainhour said. A a he suspected something was not night and detained he said that after a Pat Down search officers searched the room. When officers returned Spainhour said Perkins was taken to the front of the police Cruiser and was Given a what we think was an Over the top search. He said she told officers in ree ments reached on Hydro Power property loan by Jeff Noble staff writer two one year agreements a one with the Southeastern Power administration spathe other on renewing a loan on the property where the Corbin utilities commissions headquartered a were reached by the Cucus Board at their regular meeting tuesday. The Sepa agreement is a renewal and is with Owensboro municipal Utis yes Omu. Whue Cue gets All its Power from Kent Ucli utilities general manager Ron Herd said Corbin City utilities gets a Small appropriation from Omu. Based in Elberton geor a Sepa markets electric Power and Energy generated at reservoirs operated by the u. S. Army corps of engineers. More than 491 a preference customers m Kent Ucli and nine other states receive the Power. Cuc and Omu Are among 22 preference customers in the Cumberland system made up of ten hydroelectric projects in Kentuck Tennessee and West Virginia. A we get hydroelectric Power from Sepa and Omu and the Owensboro Utility helps us handle that Power. We let them use it and Omu us for the Power a noted. The property loan renewal is approximately $2 million with the interest rate at 3.45 percent. Herd said the loan is what a called a a participation loan a with Hometown Bank Cumberland Valley National Bank and Whitaker Bank. Participation Loans Are made to a single Borrower by multiple lenders. On a big loan one of the Banks involved takes what a called the role of the a Lead Bank a Lien gets other Banks to join in to share the profits and risks by in this Case ,mge3 revised regulations on Hbl Calm objections by Ronnie Elus Chi news service Frankfort revised relations implementing a wide ranging new Taw to reign in press Ripon drug abuse seem to have quelled the most vociferous objections to the Law. House Bill 1, which attempts to combat prescription painkiller abuse and a Pill Mills a went into effect last summer but initial emergency regulations governing prescribing procedures and tracing of use and prescription of the drugs caused widespread alarm among physicians hospitals and patients with legitimate need for the drugs. But amendments to those regulations presented wednesday to a legislative oversight committee appear to have alleviated most if not All of the concerns. 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