According to Pulaski County Sheriff Greg Speck, a traffic stop for expired registration plates led to the arrest of a Eubank, KY man on several charges on Friday, November 23, 2018.
Deputy Marcus Harrison was conducting routine patrol duties around noon Friday on West Hwy 635 when he observed a 2004 Grand Prix automobile with an expired registration sticker. After verifying registration with the driver, Deputy Harrison requested identification from the front seat passenger. Anthony Mullins, age 50 of Sandige Road, Eubank, Kentucky was unable to produce any personal identification for Deputy Harrison. A Social Security number provided by Mr. Mullins came back to another individual.
Shortly after providing the Deputy with false information, Mullins fled the scene on foot. Deputy Harrison, along with Lieutenant Jon Williams and Deputy Zach Mayfield, were able to apprehend Mullins after a foot pursuit through a nearby neighborhood. Apparently the subject had fled due to 3 outstanding warrants for his arrest.
Anthony Mullins was lodged in the Pulaski County Detention Center on the following charges:
1. Fleeing or Evading Police, 2nd Degree (On Foot).
2. Criminal Tresspassing-3rd Degree
3. Criminal Mischief, 3rd Degree
4. Resisting Arrest
5. Disorderly Conduct, 2nd Degree
6. Theft of Identity of Another W/O Consent
7. Giving Officer False Identifying Information
8. Carrying a Concealed Weapon
10. Failure to Appear (Lincoln County Circuit Court Warrant).
11. Contempt of Court Libel/Slander Resistance to Order (Pulaski County District Court)
12. Failure to Appear (Pulaski County District Court)
Units were assisted at the scene by Trooper Willie Cowan of the KSP.
Anthony Mullins remains in the Pulaski County Detention Center awaiting an initial court appearance.