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Public Records

  • Loretto man gets 24 months for wanton endangerment

    Joseph R. Hutchins, 56, of 6555 St. Francis Highway in Loretto received 24 months of probation for second-degree wanton endangerment after entering an Alford plea, which means he did not admit guilt but acknowledges that the prosecution could likely prove the charge.
    Hutchins was originally indicted on three counts of first-degree sexual abuse (victim under 12).
    Hutchins was also prohibited from having contact with the victim or the victim’s immediate family, and he was ordered to pay $150 court costs.

  • Raywick men arrested for burglary

     

  • 5-16-12 Police Log

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  • Spring View Hospital denies accusation of negligence

    Spring View Hospital has denied accusations of negligence in connection with the death of Jessica Monday Ogle, but the civil case has become more complicated as two more plaintiffs are seeking to join the case.

    Jessica Ogle was 26 years old when she died. According to the complaint filed April 10 by Jacqueline Renee Decker, Ogle received emergency medical services at Spring View on March 9, 2010. Ogle died April 26, 2010. Decker is Ogle's mother.

  • Judicial center case dismissed

    A lawsuit related to the construction of the Marion County Judicial Center has been dismissed.

    On Nov. 9, 2011, Maynard and Mitchell Interiors, Inc., filed a complaint against the Marion County Fiscal Court, Codell Construction, and Travelers Casualty and Surety Company of America.

    On April 19, the case was dismissed. The agreed order noted that the parties in the case agreed to bear their own costs and attorney fees.

  • Injury lawsuit partially dismissed against county

    A lawsuit filed last September against Marion County, the Marion County Barn, Road Supervisor Tommy Lee and two John Does has been dismissed. The lawsuit was filed by James C. Smith Jr., 51, of 3420 Hwy. 208 in Lebanon as a result of injuries he suffered from a fall while working on the roof of the county barn.

    According to his complaint, Smith, an employee of Mattingly Construction Company, was attempting to work on the roof of the county barn on or about Oct. 1, 2010, when he fell through a skylight, which had been blacked out by some substance.

  • Sisters offer prayer, welcome for immigrants

    The Sisters of Loretto hosted a prayer service May 8 in Lebanon to call attention to the plight of immigrants in the United States.

    "We make this call in affirmation of our Catholic tradition that holds sacred the dignity of each person," one of the readings stated. "We also recognize our immigrant history established by the rich contributions of generations of immigrants and migrants."

  • Man accused of shooting inside home

    A Lebanon man has been arrested and charged with wanton endangerment after he allegedly shot a gun inside a Campbellsville home.

    According to a Taylor County Sheriff's Office report, deputies received a call at 1:15 p.m., Saturday stating that there were shots fired in a home on New Columbia Road.

    When officers arrived, the report states, witnesses said William R. Rigdon, 27, shot a gun when several people were home.

  • 5-9-12 Public Record

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  • 5-9-12 Police Log

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