Although arrests were made, a large number of visitors and local 
residents enjoyed Raft Up on Lake Cumberland over the weekend. It was 
a steamy and hot, sunny Saturday throughout the area with Fish and 
Wildlife Officers making "safety" the top priority.
    As of Sunday August 4, Raft Up accounted for a total of 16 
intoxicated individuals including ten men and six women being 
arrested. Thirteen were charged for boating while intoxicated or 
under the influence and three were charged with alcohol intoxication 
in a public place.
    Fifteen of those individuals were lodged in the Wayne County 
Detention Center and one was jailed in Pulaski County.
    The arrests included:
    • Ashley Caughhorn, 25, of Toledo, Ohio, for operating a boat while 
intoxicated or under the influence, failure to operate at idle speed 
in a congested area and no approved fire extinguisher.
    • Jordan Heller, 23, of Cincinnati, Ohio, was charged for alcohol 
intoxication in a public place.
    • Carolyn Pollock, 39, of Alexandria, Ky.,  was arrested for alcohol 
intoxication in a public place and resisting arrest.
    • Lilly Rebholz, 23 ,of Alexandria, Ky., was charged with alcohol 
intoxication in a public place.
    • Kelly Morris, 33 ,of Delaware, Ohio was arrested for operating a 
boat while intoxicated or under the influence and non-approved, 
insufficient or no personal flotation device.
    Licha Farah, 49. of Lexington, Ky., was charged with operating a 
boat while intoxicated or under the influence, failure to operate a 
boat at idle speed in a congested area and failure to display 
registration numbers.
    • Vincent Murphy, 24, of Alexandria, Ky., was arrested for operating 
a boat while intoxicated or under the influence and failure to 
operate a boat at idle speed in a congested area.
    • Alex Hoffman, 22, of Liberty Center, Ohio, was charged with 
operating a boat/watercraft while intoxicated or under the 
influence,  operating an overloaded motorboat and a violation 
relating to a personal watercraft.
    • Larry Compton, 46, of Winchester, Ky., was arrested for operating 
a boat while intoxicated or under the influence and failure to 
operate a boat at idle speed in a congested area.
    • David Mayfield, 24, of Cincinnati, Ohio, was charged with 
operating a boat while intoxicated or under the influence and failure 
to operate a boat at idle speed in a congested area.
    • James Anderson, 39, of Bronston, Ky., was arrested for operating a 
boat while intoxicated or under the influence, failure to operate a 
boat at idle speed in a congested area and non-approved, insufficient 
or no personal flotation device.
    • Jessica Shvarts, 30, of Cincinnati, Oh., was charged with 
operating a boat while intoxicated or under the influence and non-
approved, insufficient or no personal flotation device.
    • Donald Brockman, 44, of Campbellsville, Ky., was arrested for 
operating a boat while intoxicated or under the influence and failure 
to operate a boat at an idle speed in a congested area.
    • Logan Sicurella, 22, of Mount Crab, Oh., was charged with 
operating a boat while intoxicated or under the influence and vessel 
not under compliance control of operating at all times.
    • Patrick Caudill, 25, of Bethel, Oh., was arrested with operating a 
boat while intoxicated or under the influence and vessel not under 
compliance control of operating at all times.
    • Joseph Newton, 37, of Bardstown, Ky., was charged with operating a 
boat while intoxicated or under the influence.
    James Anderson was lodged in the Pulaski County Detention Center. 
All others were lodged in the Wayne County Detention Center.
    Fish and Wildlife arrested 38-year-old Robert Spratt of Crestview 
Hills, Ky.,  on Friday, August 3 for operating a boat watercraft 
while intoxicated or under the influence. Spratt was lodged in the 
Wayne County Detention Center.
    Power boats take to the lake the weekend of September 7. Poker Run 
is the main attraction of the 2019 season.
    Zero tolerance for boating impairment will continue by the Kentucky 
Department of Fish and Wildlife. At least 66 individuals were arrested on numerous charges in 2018 during Poker Run.

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