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5-4-16 Police Log

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

April 22
Marion County Sheriff’s Deputies Ray Gardner and Tony Belcher recovered another stolen trailer. This trailer had been recently reported stolen out of Boyle County and was found at a residence on Old Calvary Road. This investigation continues and the arrest of the persons involved are expected soon.

April 23
Joanna R. Wright of Popes Creek Road in Lebanon reported theft of items out of her vehicle, which was parked in St. Augustine Catholic Church’s parking lot. The passenger side window of her car was broken causing $499 in damage and $468 worth of items were stolen from her vehicle.

April 24
- The Marion County Sheriff’s Office was notified of the break-in and theft of items from two vehicles parked at the Fagan Branch Reservoir near Calvary. The Kentucky State Police is in charge of that investigation. This makes the third recent break-in of vehicles at the reservoir.
- The Marion County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the burglary of a residence at 1025 Sallie Ray Pike, approximately two miles east of Raywick. At 5:14 a.m., Sunday, the homeowner returned from an extended trip and found several items missing from his home. Among the items stolen were two firearms, a laptop computer and Wild Turkey bourbon Commemorative bottles. Anyone with information related to this case are asked to contact the Marion County Sheriff’s Office at 270-692-3051. Deputy Sheriff Ben Lancaster continues with the investigation.      

April 28
At 9:41 p.m. the Marion County Sheriff’s Office recovered a vehicle that had been reported stolen to the Lebanon Police Department earlier on that same date. Sheriff’s deputies observed the vehicle in the parking lot of the Corner Food Mart in Loretto being operated by Wesley Spalding, 29, of Loretto. Spalding was taken into custody without incident and lodged in the Marion County Detention Center on a charge of receiving stolen property. Deputy’s Sheriff Tristan Hayden investigated.

April 29
At 6:01 p.m., the Marion County Sheriff’s Office received the report of a one-vehicle collision on St. Rose Road near the entrance to Rosewood. Ruth Bourne, 48, of Lebanon was operating 2009 Hyundai traveling south when she lost control of the vehicle, which then overturned. Bourne was flown to University Hospital in Louisville for treatment of serious injuries. Marion County EMS, Marion County Rescue Squad and the Lebanon Fire Department responded. Deputy Sheriff Courtney Deering investigated.