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  • Four facing charges of manufacturing meth

    Patrick Norman Ross, 43, of 593 Grayson Street in Upton was indicted for manufacturing methamphetamine, tampering with physical evidence, first-degree possession of a controlled substance second or subsequent offense (drug unspecified), possession of drug paraphernalia, operating on a suspended or revoked operator’s license, failure of non-owner operators to maintain required insurance, disregarding stop sign, possession of marijuana, and first-degree persistent felony offender.

  • 9-19-12 Police Log

    Sept. 7
    - Jessica Hargis reported second-degree burglary between Sept. 1 and 7 at 33 Parrish Street in Lebanon. A Toshiba laptop computer, an HP laptop computer and an LG cellular phone were reported stolen. The combined estimated value of the stolen items is $505.

    Sept. 8
    - Catherine M. Simpson of Hwy. 337 in Lebanon reported theft by unlawful taking under $500 at 2136 Campbellsville Highway in Lebanon. Merchandise valued at $45.09 was recovered and retained by the victim.

    Sept. 10

  • 9-19-12 Public record

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  • Lebanon man gets seven years for wanton endangerment

    Jackie Dakota Moore, 21, of 1364 St. Matthew Cemetery Road in Lebanon was sentenced to seven years in prison for two counts of first-degree wanton endangerment in Marion Circuit Court recently.
    Moore was originally indicted for first-degree rape and first-degree sex abuse (two counts). The rape charge was dismissed, and the sex abuse charges were amended to wanton endangerment.

    In other circuit court matters:

  • 9-12-12 Public Record

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  • Twelve die on Kentucky roadways

    Preliminary statistics* indicate that 12 people died in 12 separate crashes on Kentucky’s roadways from Monday, Aug. 27 through Monday, Sept. 3, 2012.
    Seven of the victims were traveling in motor vehicles and five were not wearing seat belts. One single fatality crash occurred in each of the following counties: Fayette, Floyd, Hardin, Jefferson, Laurel, Madison and Metcalfe. The crash in Laurel County involved the use of alcohol.

  • 9-12-12 Police Log

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  • Lebanon man pleads guilty to sex abuse

    Michael Johnson Jr., 25, of 337 M.L. King Avenue #2 in Lebanon pled guilty to first-degree sex abuse of a victim under 12 years of age. This was amended from an original charge of first-degree rape.

    Twenty-eight counts of first-degree rape and four counts of first-degree sodomy were dismissed.

    His sentencing has been scheduled for Nov. 8. As part of the plea agreement, the Commonwealth has recommended five years in prison, lifetime registration as a sex offender and sex offender treatment while he is incarcerated.

  • TG Kentucky discrimination suit dismissed

     

    An agreed order of dismissal was signed Aug. 29 by Marion Circuit Judge Allan Bertram. The dismissal reads that the claims asserted in the case have been settled and dismissed with prejudice, which means the case cannot be refiled.

    Michael Wright initially filed his complaint in Marion Circuit Court. The complaint was moved to U.S. District Court, but then moved back to Marion Circuit Court.

  • 9-5-12 Public Record

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