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Public Records

  • St. Charles Middle School vandals caught

    The persons responsible for vandalizing the St. Charles Middle School concession stand pled guilty in Marion Circuit Court recently.
    Joseph Devon Ballard, 18, of 575 Head Distillery Road in Raywick and a juvenile pled guilty to first-degree criminal trespassing and second-degree criminal mischief.
    In February, Ballard and the juvenile broke windows and damaged items inside the concession stand behind the school.

  • 3-27-13 Public Record

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  • Fairground Road man facing burglary charge

    Bradley G. Shuck, 45, of 3600 Fairground Road in Lebanon was indicted for second-degree burglary, theft by unlawful taking under $10,000, and first-degree persistent felony offender in Marion Circuit Court recently.
    According to the indictment, on or about Feb. 12, Shuck entered and remained in a dwelling with intent to commit a crime, or he aided, abetted or counseled with another in said act. The indicted also reads the he took or exercised control over movable property of another valued at more than $500 but less than $10,000.

  • 3-27-13 Police Log

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

  • 3-20-13 Public Record

    New drivers
    NOTICE: Any permit holder wishing to take the road test can call (270) 692-2681 to schedule an appointment.
    New drivers as of Tuesday, March 12:
    Chase H. Lancaster
    Adrian H. Lobb
    Andrew L. Breeding
    Morgan M. Osbourn
    Cassidty J. Williams

    Prepaid fines
    Terri A. Spalding, 358 Burton Lane, Lebanon, failure to wear seat belts, $25 fine.

  • Lebanon man gets 10 years after violating probation

    Deandre Douglas, 20, of 371 S. Harrison Street in Lebanon was sentenced to 10 years in prison recently in Marion Circuit Court when his probation was revoked on a charge of third-degree assault.
    Douglas violated his probation by committing new crimes. He pled guilty to charges of first-degree promoting contraband, first-degree possession of a controlled substance, first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance (less than four grams of cocaine) and first-degree bail-jumping.
    His sentencing on those charges has been scheduled for April 25.

  • Employee’s lawsuit against school board dismissed

    A lawsuit filed against the Marion County Board of Education almost three and half years ago was dismissed March 7 by Marion Circuit Judge Dan Kelly.
    The original complaint was filed in August of 2009 by Martha Spalding, a district employee. According to her complaint, Spalding started working for Marion County schools in 2000, noting that she was “duly certified” by the Education Professional Standards Board.

  • Lebanon man sentenced for burglary, drug trafficking

    David Tucker, 22, of 343 W. Mulberry Street in Lebanon was sentenced to one year in prison in Marion Circuit Court recently for second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance first offense and third-degree burglary. He was also ordered to pay $160 restitution. A charge of second-degree persistent felony offender was dismissed.

    In other circuit court news:

  • 3-13-13 Police Log

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

    March 3
    – Donald Thompson of Johnathan Street in Campbellsville reported theft by unlawful taking under $500 at 130 Hardin Place in Lebanon. Thompson reported $260 in cash was stolen.

    March 8
    – Wal-mart reported theft by unlawful taking under $500 “shoplifting”.  Merchandise valued at $61.31 was recovered.

  • 3-13-13 Public Record

    It is the policy of  The Lebanon Enterprise to publish public records as they are reported by various agencies.
    This policy has been established to preserve the fairness and impartiality of The Lebanon Enterprise.
    Names appearing in public records and documents published by The Enterprise will be published without exceptions.
    Public records are published as a news service to our readers.