6-25-14 Police Log

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June 17 – The Consignment Store and More reported theft by unlawful taking under $500 “shoplifting”.  Merchandise valued at $160 was recovered and retained by the victim.
June 18 -  The Marion County Sheriff’s Office responded to the scene of a single vehicle accident at 3:11 p.m. on  Loretto Road, approximately three miles north of Lebanon. Thomas R. Mattingly, 60, of Loretto was driving north in on Loretto Road in  a 2003 Chevrolet pickup. Near the intersection with Cowherd Lane, he lost control of the vehicle and it overturned, according to the sheriff’s office.
Marion County EMS and Marion County Rescue responded. No on was transported from the scene. Deputy Sheriff Jeff Caldwell investigated.
- At 6:24 p.m., the Lebanon Police Dispatch received a call reporting a possible accident on Hwy. 49 near White Moon Winery. The initial report said injuries were possible and children may have been in the vehicle.
Marion County Rescue responded and cancelled rescue units within 10 minutes of arriving on scene.
June 19 – Kroger reported two instances of theft by unlawful taking under $500 “shoplifting”. Merchandise valued at $276.36  was retained and recovered by the victim in one incident, and $81.64 in merchandise was retained and recovered in the second incident.
- Jeremy Yates of West Mulberry Street reported third-degree criminal mischief occurred at 810 W. Main Street in Lebanon. The driver’s side of the victim’s vehicle was spray-painted, causing $499 in damage.
June 20 – The Lebanon Police Dispatch received multiple calls at 5:34 p.m. reporting a semi truck ran off  the road at near Burks Springs Road and St. Rose Road (Hwy. 429). The truck was causing traffic back-ups, and almost turned over, according to the dispatch report.
A portion of Hwy. 429 was closed for nearly three hours. A wrecker was called to remove the semi truck.
June 22  - The Lebanon Police Dispatch received a report of a single vehicle accident at 4:26 a.m. on Fischer Creek Road. Marion County Sheriff’s Deputy Tony Belcher reported that he responded to a report of an overturned truck that was on fire. According to Belcher, Justin L. Price, 21, of Lebanon was driving a 2005 Chevy Silverado, which had overturned on Fischer Creek Road just after the turn off Arbuckle Road.
According to the dispatch report, Marion County EMS personnel found Price in the road. The Bradfordsville Fire Department responded to the scene as well.
Belcher said Price was arrested for DUI, and he was the only person in the vehicle.
- The Lebanon Police conducted a  death investigation involving James Beavers of Lee Avenue in Lebanon. Lebanon Assistant Police Chief Greg Young reported that Beavers was born in 1929, and no foul play was suspected.