Louisville Man Arrested Following Disturbance in Pleasant Ridge Subdivision

Aizak D. Phillips, 22, of Louisville (KY), was located and arrested by officers of the Charlestown Police Department just after midnight Friday night; relating to a disturbance involving a weapon investigation hours earlier in the 300 block of Fairfield Avenue.

CHPD Officers were dispatched to the area of Fairfield Avenue around 4:45 pm Friday evening; after receiving several complaints of a hearing a disturbance and gun fire.  Upon arrival to the 300 block of Fairfield Avenue, officers learned that a firearm was discharged during an altercation; and that the shooter had left the area in a light blue/grey Chevy Malibu.

CHPD Detectives were requested to the scene, who assisted with securing information and collecting evidence.  Detective Major Jason Broady issued a BOLO for Phillips to all area law enforcement; before being located and apprehended a short time later by Sgt. Eric Kruse and K9 Officer Alex Billings.

Aizak Phillips was been preliminarily charged with Felony Criminal Recklessness, Felony Intimidation, and Carrying a Handgun without a License; before being transported to Clark County Jail.

All suspects and defendants are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.