Paris Residents Arrested On Multiple Charges In Murray

 

 

Murray, Ky.—Two Paris residents are in the Calloway County Jail today on multiple charges following a hit and run accident in Murray.

 

Arrested were Andrea Henne, age 32, and Dylan Reinhard, age 22. There also was a two-year-old passenger in the back seat.

 

Henne is charged with Operating a Motor Vehicle Under the Influence (aggravated circumstance, 1st offense), Leaving the Scene of an Accident, Operating on a Suspended License, Wanton Endangerment (1st degree), No Insurance, Possession of Marijuana, and Promoting Contraband (1st degree).

 

Reinhard is charged with Operating a Motor Vehicle Under the Influence (aggravated circumstance, 1st offense), Wanton Endangerment (1st degree), Leaving the Scene of an Accident, No Operators License, No Insurance, and Possession of a Controlled Substance (3rd degree).

 

On Wednesday, November 1st, Murray Police Officers responded to a non-injury collision near the intersection at 12th and Chestnut Street. Upon arrival at the scene it was discovered an involved vehicle had left the scene prior to officer’s arrival. A description of the vehicle was obtained and officers were able to locate and conduct a traffic stop on the vehicle.

 

In the vehicle officers spoke to Henne and Reinhard and also learned of a two year old passenger in the rear seat. During the traffic stop and from witness account it was discovered that Henne was operating the vehicle at the time of the collision. Henne was suspected of being under the influence of intoxicants and tests were administered. Henne was taken into custody and a brief search was conducted for officer safety and Henne advised she did not have any illegal substance on her. At the jail it was discovered Henne attempted to sneak in a small baggie of Marijuana. Henne was charged with the following: Operating a Motor Vehicle Under the Influence (aggravated circumstance, 1st offense), Leaving the Scene of an Accident, Operating on a Suspended License, Wanton Endangerment (1st degree), No Insurance, Possession of Marijuana, and Promoting Contraband (1st degree).

 

At the time of the traffic stop, Reinhard was operating the vehicle. Reinhard was also suspected of being under the influence of intoxicants and tests were administered. Reinhard was also taken into custody on the following charges: Operating a Motor Vehicle Under the Influence (aggravated circumstance, 1st offense), Wanton Endangerment (1st degree), Leaving the Scene of an Accident, No Operators License, No Insurance, and Possession of a Controlled Substance (3rd degree).