7-30-14 Police Log

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

July 16 – St. Augustine Catholic Church reported unlawful taking over $500 occurred June 13. Thirteen Catholic stoles, valued at $4,875, were reported stolen.

July 21 - The Marion County Sheriff’s has recovered two stolen four-wheelers and identified of a person of interest in these thefts. The four-wheelers were stolen in the early morning July 16 from separate residences on Sulphur Springs Road. Deputy Sheriff Tristan Hayden and Courtney Deering are investigating.
–Lawson Tractor reported theft by unlawful taking over $500 occurred between July 19 and 21. A Kory wagon valued at $4,600 was reported stolen. Randal Lawson is offering at $2,500 reward for information about this theft.

July 22 – The Lebanon Police Dispatch received a call at 2:06 p.m. reporting a semi-truck was reported to be in a ditch. The Marion County Sheriff’s Office reported that the single-vehicle accident occurred on Hwy. 84 (Howardstown Road) approximately three miles west of Raywick.
Darrell Wayne Sallee, 50, of Raywick was driving a 1983 Mack tractor-trailer for Graves Logging Company of Raywick when he lost control and drove off the road, according to the sheriff’s office. The road was closed temporarily to allow Ellis Wrecker Service of Bardstown to pull the truck back to the road.
The Marion County Ambulance Service and the Raywick Fire Department were dispatched to the scene.