Deputies charge man for pulling arrow on woman

Graves County deputies arrested and charged a man with unlawful imprisonment and wanton endangerment for holding two people inside a van.

Friday night, a deputy observed 26 year-old Alicia Morrison trying to flag down help on the KY 121 bypass in Mayfield.  She said she was in a van with 20 year-old Harley Richeal and 20 year-old Craig Madden heading to Mayfield when Harley became upset over a phone call she had with another man.  

Morrison was trying to get out of the vehicle but Richeal pulled an arrow from a bow and told her not to get out of the vehicle.  Deputies say he then pulled a knife on Madden and told him to drive and not let Morrison out or he would slice him.  Craig stopped the van at the red light on US-45 North at the 121 bypass where Morrison jumped out.  Madden continued to drive but Richeal took the knife and put it to his stomach demanding Madden to turn around.

The deputy found the van and stopped them.  Deputies found pills, marijuana, a smoking pipe and a bow and arrow in the back of the van.  Richeal was arrested and taken to the Graves County Jail.

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