5-30-12 Police Log

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May 15
- America’s Mattress reported second-degree burglary and first-degree criminal mischief at 114 Cyril Circle. A box containing $1,651 in cash and checks were reported stolen. Also, an estimated $1,000 in damage was reported to a large exterior glass window, an interior glass door and an interior wall.

May 18
- Garnet Phillips reported third-degree criminal mischief at 122 Beechwood Street in Lebanon. An estimated $200 in damage was caused when the passenger side window was broken on the victim’s 1995 Nissan Altima.

May 21
- Jonathan Nesbitt II reported second-degree burglary and third-degree criminal mischief occurred May 20 at 434 St. Rose Road. A Sony Playstation 3 and four video games, valued at $350, were reported stolen, and a rear door and door glass received an estimated $50 in damage.
- The Lebanon Police Dispatch received a report of a single-vehicle accident at 11:24 p.m. May 21 on St. Mary’s Road, approximately four or five miles from Loretto Road. According to the Kentucky State Police, Britani Martell, 18, of Lebanon was driving east on St. Mary’s Road in a 1996 Chevy four-door with Whitney Newbury, 8, of Gravel Switch as a passenger, when the vehicle ran off the right side of the road over an embankment and through a fence and striking three trees before coming to a rest. Both passengers were wearing their seat belts, and both were transported to Spring View Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
State Troopers Josh Dicken and Casey Wethington investigated the accident, and the Marion County Rescue Squad and Marion County EMS also responded to the scene.

May 22
- The Lebanon Police Dispatch received a report of a vehicle on fire at 4:20 p.m. May 22 on Barbers Mill Road. No one was in the vehicle at the time of the call. The Lebanon Fire Department was dispatched to the scene. The Marion County Sheriff’s Office assisted at the scene.

May 23
- Louise Goff of Bradfordsville Road reported second-degree burglary and second-degree criminal mischief at 337 E. M.L. King Avenue Lot 16 in Lebanon. An estimated $550 in damage was caused to the front door.

May 24
- The Marion County Sheriff’s Office responded to a single vehicle accident at 6120 Scott’s Ridge Road, south of Raywick. Jimmy Flores of Houston, Texas, was driving a 1999 Toyota Four-Runner north when he met a truck with a wide load, forcing him to the edge of the road. Flores lost control of his vehicle, overturned and struck a tree. He and his passenger Angel Castillo, also of Texas, declined treatment from Marion County EMS.
Deputy Ray Gardner investigated the accident, and Flores was cited for expired registration.