GLASGOW, Ky. (WKRN) — Glasgow police officers took a Barren County constable into custody on New Year’s Day in connection with a domestic violence incident.
The Glasgow Police Department said authorities responded to a domestic complaint along Cranbrook Drive on Sunday, Jan. 1.
According to officials, the investigation determined that 29-year-old Joseph Ramey of Glasgow, and a woman were arguing before Ramey reportedly assaulted her, handcuffed her, and held her against her will.
Police said Ramey was arrested and charged with fourth-degree assault (domestic violence) with no visible injury, as well as first-degree unlawful imprisonment.
Ramey, who is reportedly being held at the Barren County Detention Center, has a court date scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 4.