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  • No one injured after tractor-trailer turns over

    A Russell Springs man was uninjured after the tractor-trailer he was driving turned over at 4:40 p.m. July 17 near 1920 Liberty Road (Hwy. 49).
    Anthony C. Byrd, 41, was driving south July 17 in a 2000 Kenworth pulling a flatbed trailer loaded with wood when the accident happened, according to Marion County Sheriff Jimmy Clements.
    The truck got off the edge of the roadway and the load shifted, causing the truck and trailer to turn over, Clements said.

  • Local girls attend Sheriffs’ Boys and Girls Ranch
  • Fifteen die on state roads July 9-15

    Preliminary statistics* indicate that 15 people died in 15 separate crashes on Kentucky’s roadways from Monday, July 9 through Sunday, July 15, 2012.
    Fourteen of the victims were traveling in motor vehicles. Nine were not wearing seat belts. Two of the fatalities were the result of crashes involving alcohol.
    One fatality was the result of a motorcycle crash and was not wearing a helmet.

  • New commander for Post 15
  • Two men recovering after head-on collision

     

  • Lebanon man pleads guilty to wanton endangerment

    Jackie Dakota Moore, 21, 1364 St. Matthews Cemetery Road in Lebanon pled guilty to two counts of first-degree wanton endangerment. His sentencing has been scheduled for Sept. 6.
    He was ordered to have no contact with the victim, to use no alcohol and to report twice a week for random drug testing.
    Moore’s charges were amended from his original indictment. He was originally indicted for first-degree rape and first-degree sex abuse.

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  • 7-18-12 Police Log

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  • 6 State Trooper Project nets 500 DUI arrests

    Over 500 DUI arrests were made in a two-day multi-agency enforcement campaign called the 6 State Trooper Project. The Kentucky State Police (KSP) joined forces with Michigan, Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania and the Indiana State Police on major interstates on June 29 and 30, in an ongoing effort to combat impaired driving.
    KSP accounted for 92 DUI arrests utilizing checkpoints and saturation patrols on major thoroughfares.

  • Sixteen die on state roadways July 2-8

    Preliminary statistics* indicate that 16 people died in 14 separate crashes on Kentucky’s roadways from Monday, July 2 through Sunday, July 8, 2012.
    Thirteen of the victims were traveling in motor vehicles. Seven were not wearing seat belts. Two of the fatalities were the result of crashes involving alcohol.
    Two of the fatalities were riding motorcycles. Neither was wearing a helmet and alcohol was involved in both crashes.
    One of the fatalities was a pedestrian and alcohol was involved.