2-22-12 Police Log

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Feb. 4
- First Baptist Church on North Depot Street in Lebanon reported an incident of third-degree criminal mischief. An estimated $400 in damage was reported to a cable and post.
- Janet G. Barnes of Pearl Avenue in Campbellsville reported theft by unlawful taking occurred at 320 Loretto Road. An iPhone valued at $500 was recovered and returned to the owner.
Feb. 10
- A 14-year-old male was cited for public intoxication (controlled substance) at Marion County High School.
- A 14-year-old male was cited for trafficking in a legend drug first-degree at Marion County High School.
- A 14-year-old male was cited for possession of an alcoholic beverage by a minor  at Marion County High School.
Feb. 13
 Charles B. Higdon reported second-degree burglary occurred Feb. 10 at 205 S. Farmington Drive. A 32-inch flat-screen television valued at $350 was reported stolen.
Feb. 14
- William T. Graham of 2485 Danville Highway reported the theft of several firearms on Feb. 13 or 14 from his residence, located approximately one mile east of Lebanon. Marion County Sheriff’s Deputy Tony Belcher is investigating.
- A female juvenile reported theft by unlawful taking at Lebanon Middle School. Cash in the amount of $10 was retained and returned to the victim. A 14-year-old male was cited in the incident.
Feb. 17
- Marion County Sheriff Deputy Anthony Rakes responded to a single-vehicle accident on Highway 426 (Miller Pike), approximately three miles west of Lebanon. Valerie M. Hacker of St. Francis was driving west on Hwy. 426 in a 2008 Toyota when she lost control, struck a fence and a concrete culvert. She was transported to Spring View Hospital in a private vehicle. Deputy Ray Gardner assisted.
- At 5 p.m. Feb. 17, the Marion County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a burglary in progress at  2355 Manton Road, approximately five miles north of Loretto. The suspect is believed to have fled after an alarm was triggered at the residence. The sheriff’s office is reviewing a home surveillance video to try to identify the suspects. Deputy Courtney Deering is conducting the investigation.
Feb. 18
- Marion County Sheriff’s Deputy Jeff Caldwell was dispatched to Hawk’s Place in Loretto at 1 a.m. in response to a report of a hit-and-run accident involving three vehicles. No injuries were reported, but witnesses stated that a dark green Toyota Camry struck parked vehicles  - a 2002 Chevrolet Impala belonging to Matthew Hill of Springfield and a 2005 Chevrolet Impala belonging to Jennifer Hale of Springfield - and fled the scene. The investigation is ongoing.
Feb. 19
- Marion County Sheriff’s Deputy Courtney Deering responded to a report of a single-vehicle accident at 2:30 a.m. Feb. 19 on Hwy. 457 in Holy Cross. The operator of the vehicle fled prior to the arrival of the sheriff’s deputy. The vehicle was removed from the scene, and the investigation is ongoing.