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6-4-14 Police Log

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The Lebanon Police Department’s tip line is 270-692-5529.

May 9-12 – Nally & Haydon reported that a window was broken out of one of its backhoes causing $200 worth of damage.
May 22 – Carissa Nalley reported to police that her identity had been stolen. She reported that her credit card had been fraudulently used.
May 23 – At 9:24 p.m., Lebanon Police Dispatch received a call reporting a fire on Mock Avenue or Chandler Street behind Bosley Funeral Home. The Lebanon Fire Department was dispatched and reported that it was a controlled burn.
- At 11:19 p.m., the Lebanon Police Dispatch received a call reporting a fire at a house near Bishop’s Nursery on Miller Pike. The Lebanon Fire Department was dispatched and reported that it was a controlled burn.
- At 11:54 p.m., the Lebanon Police Dispatch received a call that was transferred from the Kentucky State Police reporting a four-wheeler accident on Finley Ridge Road. Marion County and Taylor County emergency personnel responded, and Tyler Carson of Taylor County was flown from the scene by Air Methods. Carson has been released from University Hospital in Louisville.
May 25-26 – Adam’s Pharmacy reported a case of third-degree criminal mischief after a glass door was busted out, causing $350 in damage.
May 28 – The Marion County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a report of theft at 2132 Danville Highway near the Lebanon city limits. The theft occurred around 11 a.m. May 28. A Goodman brand air conditioner and a 50-gallon Ferrell Gap LP tank were stolen. The sheriff’s office is looking for a white SUV-type vehicle with black stripes. Anyone with information about this crime is asked to contact the sheriff’s office at 270-692-3051.
May 29 - At 7:09 p.m. Marion County Sheriff Deputies responded to a complaint of a man trying to fight with his father at 213 Sulphur Springs Road near Lebanon. When Marion County Sheriff Deputies arrived they found Randy Whitis, 21, of Gravel Switch standing outside of the Sulphur Springs Road residence and reported that he appeared to be very intoxicated. Whitis was arrested by Deputy Tristan Hayden and booked into the Marion County Detention Center on the charge of alcohol intoxication in public.
May 30 – At 9:02 p.m. the Marion County Sheriff’s Office responded to a complaint at 270 G.L. Thompson Drive just west of the Lebanon city limits. Upon arrival Deputies were speaking with Casey Cornett, 38, of Lexington when he put something under a bed and ran from the apartment. Cornett was captured, and deputies deployed a Taser when Cornett resisted arrest. Deputies found drug paraphernalia in the apartment and cocaine under the bed. Cornett damaged a sheriff’s cruiser when he was being placed in the car. Cornett was booked into the Marion County Detention Center on charges of fleeing police, resisting arrest, criminal mischief, possession of controlled substance (cocaine), possession drug paraphernalia and public intoxication.