Police and Fire

  • Jail Logs: March 26-27

    Joseph S. Young, 29, non-payment of fines.

    Phillip B. Chesser, 24, non-payment of fines.

    Dustin R. Thomas, 21, non-payment of fines.

    Rebecca K. Cassity, 23, contempt of court.

    Christopher R. Hardin, 38, two counts of contempt of court.

  • Police identify driver in Tuesday crash

    The Bardstown Police Department has identified the driver in an injury accident on Ky. 245 Tuesday as Galen Freeman, 44, of Bardstown.

  • Bicyclist sent to hospital after accident

    A woman riding her bicycle on Boston Road Monday night was hospitalized after a vehicle struck her.

    Robert M. O’Bryan, 35, of Loretto, was driving a 2006 Kia east in the 11000 block of Boston Road around 11 p.m. when he collided into Anna Castleman, 23 of Boston, who was riding a bicycle, according to a Nelson County Sheriff’s Office collision report.

    O’Bryan struck the bicycle from the back, causing Castleman to be ejected, according to the report.

    Police said O’Bryan did not see Castleman in time to avoid the collision.

  • Jail Logs: March 25-26

     Michael C. Sheakley, 26, probation violation, theft by unlawful taking or disposition, failure to notify change of address to Department of Transportation, giving officer false name or address, first-degree possession of controlled substance, second-degree possession of controlled substance, possession of marijuana, buy/possess drug paraphernalia, two counts contempt of court.

    Michael C. Moody, 31, failure to appear.

    Julie A. Rummage, 42, contempt of court.

  • Jail Logs: March 24-25

    William T. Bartley, 28, parole violation.

    William L. Swann, 34, contempt of court.

    Chris A. Wiggington, 37, probation violation, contempt of court, non-payment of fines, failure to appear.

    Gianna B. Cesare, 18, theft by unlawful taking or disposition.

    Dennis B. Hicks, 28, theft of property, alcohol intoxication.

    Arah B. Dickey, 19, theft by unlawful taking or disposition.

    Roberta Ingabrand, 40, failure to appear.

    Derek A. Cissell, 26, terroristic threatening.

  • Driver severely injured in Tuesday morning crash on Ky. 245

    One man was severely injured in a crash on Ky. 245 Tuesday morning.

    A box truck traveling toward Bardstown rear-ended a pick-up truck near the entrance to the Wilson Industrial Park around 8:15 a.m.

    The driver, whose name had not been released as of Tuesday afternoon, was flown to University of Louisville Hospital, where he was treated for injuries sustained in the crash.

  • Mailboxes vandalized in Cox’s Creek

    A string of mailboxes in the Cox’s Creek area have been vandalized or destroyed.

    Vivian Sanders, postmaster for the Cox’s Creek Post Office, said her office has received calls about mailboxes being damaged or destroyed on Louisville Road, Hobbs Lane and Whitesides Road.

    “Those are the ones people have called us about,” Sanders said.

    Sgt. Ramon Pineiroa with the Nelson County Sheriff’s Office said the vandalism was reported to police Tuesday evening and a detective is investigating the case.

  • Two Mexican restaurants burglarized

    Police are investigating two burglaries reported Tuesday morning in Bardstown.

    Around 9 a.m., police were called to Cinco De Mayo Mexican Bar and Grill on Parkway Avenue on a report of a break-in and theft.

    “Somebody busted the glass door, unlawfully entered and stole the cash register,” said Bardstown Police Detective Lynn Davis.

    Nestor Santana, an owner of the business, said a cook discovered the side glass door broken and the register missing upon arriving to work Tuesday morning.

  • One flown to University Hospital after crash on Ky. 245

    UPDATE 2:05 p.m. — KSP is reconstructing the acident and is not releasing the driver's name at this time.

    UPDATE — At 10:30 a.m., southbound Ky. 245 was being closed from Templin Ave. into downtown Bardstown and traffic was being redirected as KSP reconstructionists worked on the scene.

  • Jail Logs: March 23-24

    Robert J. Mattingly, 53, menacing.

    Joshua J. Ramsey, 30, parole violation, first-degree burglary.