Police and Fire

  • Jail Logs: Jan. 6-7, 2016

    Stacey Gail Nalley, 34, non-payment of fines.

    Nichole Lynn Baum, 35, second-degree disorderly conduct.

    Chad Edward Tipton, 28, manufacturing methamphetamine.

    Heather Renee Sisk, 45, theft by unlawful taking or disposition.

    Scott C. Davidson, 48, theft by unlawful taking or disposition, failure to appear, non-payment of fines.

    Jessica N. Browning, 27, non-support.

    Jimmy Wayne Noble, 49, first-degree criminal trespassing, alcohol intoxication in a public place, second-degree disorderly conduct, resisting arrest.

  • Jail Logs: Jan. 5-6

    Holly Nichole Bodine, 24, theft by deception.

    Tabbitha S. McPherson, 22, two counts of non-payment of fines.

    Stephen Keith Halsey, 57, parole violation, failure to comply with sex offender registration.

    Paul Gerard Cecil Jr., 25, complicity to cultivate in marijuana.

    Jonathan S. Miller, 23, theft by deception, contempt of court, libel/slander, resistance to order, eight counts of failure to appear.

  • Search underway for missing LaRue man

    Search parties gathered off Ky. 84 Thursday morning as efforts to find missing Hodgenville man Michael Key enter week five.

    Michael Key, 31, was reportedly last seen on Wayne Ennis Road in Howardstown on Dec. 13.

    He was not reported missing until Dec. 16. His truck was found parked in the Rolling Fork River on a gravel bar, with personal items still inside.

    The road was a starting point for Thursday's search teams, who canvassed the river bank on foot from Howardstown to New Haven.

  • Jail Logs: Jan. 4-5, 2016

    Alicia M. Fulkerson, 38, two counts of failure to appear.

    Justin D. Milliman, 22, second-degree burglary, two counts of receiving stolen property, two counts second-degree persistent felony offender, fraudulent use of credit card.

    Shanna Marie Downs, 27, probation violation.

    Michael P. Lovingood, 35, contempt of court.

    Darrell M. McGee, 28, no operator’s/moped license, failure to appear.

    Amanda M. Carmen, 34, theft by unlawful taking or disposition, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

  • Jail Logs: Jan.1-4, 2016

    Charles Jeremy Blake, 29, third-degree terroristic threatening, second-degree disorderly conduct, third-degree criminal trespassing, failure to notify address change to Department of Transportation, alcohol intoxication in a public place.

    John Robert Gray, 32, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs, careless driving, possession of an open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle.

    Christopher J. Edgell, 42, fourth-degree assault.

    Marci M. Nicholson, 42, fourth-degree assault.

  • Pedestrian hit by car in front of Dollar Tree

    A pedestrian was treated by EMS and taken to Flaget Memorial Hospital after being clipped by a car Saturday morning in front of the dollar tree.

    Officers on scene said the man was hit by the car's mirror, knocking him down, but that no serious injuries were reported.

    EMS immobilized the man on scene before transport. Firefighters also responded for assistance.

  • Small house fire displaces family Saturday morning

    A family of five has been displaced from their home after a small fire Saturday morning.

    According to Chief Ted Shields of the Northeast Nelson Fire Protection District, firefighters responded to a report of an active structure fire at 192 Pleasant View Road in Bloomfield.

    After extinguishing the fire, Shields said the majority of damage was from smoke, and damage overall was minimal.

  • Bardstown City Council rejects E-911 budget

    The Bardstown City Council Tuesday night rejected the E-911 Dispatch Board’s proposed budget for the 2016 fiscal year and refused to consider an amended spending plan that was submitted just hours before the meeting.

    The $1,026,525 spending plan the board had previously presented included a deficit of $43,275.

    Dispatch Director Debbie Carter presented a revised budget to Tracy Hudson, the city’s finance director, but Hudson didn’t receive it until 4 p.m.

  • Ordinance would reduce cable cost increases

    Bardstown Cable TV and Internet customers are going to be paying higher rates next year, but if the City Council approves an ordinance that received its first reading Tuesday night, the increase would be a little less than it would be otherwise.

  • Jail Logs: Dec. 30-31

    Justin M. Parrish, 22, first-degree possession of a controlled substance, trafficking in marijuana, possession of marijuana, buying/possessing drug paraphernalia, failure of owner to maintain required insurance, speeding.