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Dewayne Ship, the man accused of murdering Marion County Sheriff's Deputy Anthony Rakes, appeared in court again Thursday.
Marion Circuit Judge Dan Kelly determined that Shipp is not entitled to a bond in this case after hearing testimony from a Kentucky State Police detective.
According to the judge's notes, the detective testified that Rakes called in the tags on the vehicle on the night of the shooting, and, he reported 47 seconds later that shots were fired.
Shipp was stopped in Campbellsville driving the same vehicle that Rakes had reported. A .22 revolver with three spent casings was found in Shipp's pocket, and Shipp made statements indicating he shot an officer but did not mean to hurt him, according to the judge’s notes on the detective's testimony.
A discovery conference has been scheduled for Feb. 7 in both Shipp's murder case and his case for possession of a handgun by a convicted felon.
In other news:
- Glenn M. Shuck, 48, of S. Sixth Street in Bradfordsville was sentenced to five years in prison for receiving stolen property of more than $500 but less than $10,000. His sentence is to be served concurrently with his sentence in a Taylor County case, and his restitution is to be determined by the court.
- David Eugene Shuck, 50, of 2225 Arbuckle Road in Lebanon was sentenced to two years in prison for receiving stolen property of more than $500 but less than $10,000. His restitution is to be determined by the court.
A charge of first-degree persistent felony offender was dismissed.
- John Henry Turner, 48, of Marion County Detention Center was sentenced to one year in prison for first-degree promoting contraband. A charge of first-degree persistent felony offender was dismissed.
- Crystal Shipp, 22, of 31 Maple Street Apartments in Lebanon received two years of pretrial diversion on a charge of third-degree burglary and tampering with physical evidence.
- A charge of first-degree fleeing and evading against Brandon D. Smalley, 26, of 642 E. Main Street in Lebanon was dismissed for completion of his pretrial diversion.
- A charge of second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance against Lois A. Duncan, May 25, 1946, Marion Centennial Apartments #69 in Lebanon was dismissed. She was ordered to pay $480 restitution to the Lebanon Police Drug Task Force, which was combined with a previous case.
- A charge of first-degree possession of cocaine was dismissed against Robert Burke, 57, of 860 Short Line Pike in Lebanon. Burke completed his pretrial diversion on this charge.
Editor's note: The items listed above are from Marion Circuit Judge Dan Kelly's Jan. 10 docket. One item is from Circuit Judge Allan Bertram's Nov. 8 docket.