Complaint warrants served lead to more charges
From The Bell County Sheriff's Department -
On Thursday August 15, 2019, at 12:00pm an investigation revealed suspect, 49 year old Donna Kaye Woolum/Foister of Arjay, Kentucky, to possess outstanding arrest warrants for drug trafficking.
At 4:19pm that afternoon Bell County Chief Deputy Doug Jordan and Deputy Edward Dray traveled to Mrs. Woolum/Foister's residence.
Upon arrival, the deputies made contact with 49 year old Eugene D. Fee of Flat Lick, Kentucky. He was informed of the nature of the investigation but said that Woolum/Foister was not there.
As the deputies were speaking with Fee, they saw Woolum/Foister look out of the window of the home and she was ordered to come outside.
She was told of the investigation, placed under arrest, but was allowed to go back into the home to retrieve her keys while escorted by Deputy Dray. Upon entry into her bedroom the deputy found in plain view on her dresser, a substance believed to be Methamphetamine. It was seized as evidence.
After trying to conduct a warrant check on Eugene Fee, he gave his brother’s name. After further investigation, revealed that Fee had provided false information and possessed an outstanding arrest warrant which he was arrested for. A search incident to arrest revealed, Fee had a substance, believed to be Methamphetamine, in his front left pant pocket.
Both individuals were arrested and lodged in the Bell County Detention Center.
Donna Kaye Woolum/Foister was charged with possession of controlled substance – 1st degree, 1st offense (Methamphetamine) and buying/possessing drug paraphernalia. She was also served a May 24th Bell County criminal complaint warrant for trafficking in controlled substance – 1st degree, 1st offense (Methamphetamine).
Eugene D. Fee was charged with possession of controlled substance – 1st degree, 1st offense (Methamphetamine) and buying/possessing drug paraphernalia. He was also served with a criminal complaint warrant from Knox County Sheriff's Sergeant Carl Frith for criminal mischief - 3rd Degree and criminal trespass - 1st Degree.
The warrant states that on Friday October 26, 2018, in Knox County, Kentucky, Fee came to the home of victim, Willie B. Mills, uninvited and then proceeded to kick the door in on the residence, causing damages to the door.