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Cops & Courts

  • Police cash in on tip, arrest 2 Dollar 'bandits'

    Police have caught up with two women who allegedly stole quite a bit of merchandise from a local store with the help of a person who read about the theft in The Sentinel-News last week.

    Maj. Danny Goodwin of the Shelbyville Police Department said that after the article and security-camera photo were published Friday, someone called to suggest the identity of the women.

  • KSP calls 'click it' program a success

    Kentucky State Police participated in the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) May seat belt campaign called “Click It Or Ticket.” The campaign was sponsored by the Kentucky Office of Highway Safety and ran from May 18 through May 31. During the 14-day mobilization, KSP issued 9,921 seat-belt and 288 child-restraint citations to unrestrained motorists.

  • Interstate accident injures 1

    A Nicholasville man was injured in an accident on I-64 East Wednesday when he fell asleep at the wheel, Shelbyville Police said.

    Samuel Wingate, 19, ran off the road and crashed into the guard rail at the 33 mile marker at about 12:30 in the afternoon. No other vehicles were involved and Wingate was alone in his 1009 BMW. He was transported to the University of Louisville by Shelby County EMS with minor facial injuries, police said.

     

  • Crime Stoppers seek info on burglary

    Information is wanted on a break-in that happened in the 100 block of Valley View Drive between 1:30 p.m. Sunday and 10:15 p.m. Monday.

    Someone broke into a residence and took two television sets, a battery charger, a portable battery pack, and an air pump.

    A neighbor noticed that a door was open at the residence and called police. Officers found no one at the home.

  • Crime Stoppers seeks info on break-in

    Information is wanted about a break-in that occurred on Sunday, June 7, at about 1 a.m. in the morning.

    On that date, someone broke into a business at 1012 Main Street.

    A tenant who lives at that address noticed when she came in that the window screen had been removed and that the window and curtains were open. She returned to her and called police. She did not see the intruder and so was not able to give police a description of the suspect(s).

  • Four recovering from crash on Taylorsville Road

    Four people were hospitalized Thursday morning after a two-car crash at the intersection of Brooks Industrial Road and Taylorsville Road.

    Two of them, Gabriella Reynoso, 31, of Shelbyville and Michelle Isenberg, 45, of Simpsonville received minor injuries and were treated at Jewish Hospital Shelbyville and the other two, Jesse Raisor, 21, and Facunda Lopez, 33, both of Shelbyville, were taken to the University of Louisville with multiple, more serious injuries, Shelby County Sheriff's Deputy Shawn Cresap said.

  • State police ask for help

    The Kentucky State Police are asking for the public's help in solving a Spencer County burglary.

    The break-in happened on Feb. 28, when someone broke into a mobile home at 737 Featherbed Hollow Road by prying open the front door, Trooper Ron Turley said.

    Three suspects were involved in the burglary and were captured on video taken by a hunting camera set to detect motion.

    The suspects took a PSE hunting bow, a 7-inch Kenwood touch screen TV, an Orion subwoofer speaker and a PlayStation 2 from the residence.

  • Cresap comes on as new sheriff’s deputy

    Shelbyville-native Shawn Cresap has joined the Shelby County Sheriff’s Department as a deputy sheriff.

    “I’ve always loved trying to solve problems. I just love people and think I always wanted to be in law enforcement,” he said.

    The new position is just one of many new and exciting recent developments in Cresap’s life.

    After finishing an 18-week program at the Department of Criminal Justice Training center in Richmond, he bought a house and got started at the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office on April 12.

  • Investigation follow-up: Gang problem still growing

    Elizabeth Lafferty thinks Shelby County has a gang problem and that it's time to do something about it.

    Lafferty, the new director of the Shelby County Drug/Alcohol Advisory Council, recently made presentations to both Shelby County Fiscal Court and Shelbyville City Council to outline what she says are signs that gangs are active in this area. She is seeking a federal grant to address this issue.

  • Shelbyville Police Reports Aug. 7, 2009

    DUI

    Francis E. Silas, 53, of 1515 Flood Road in Shelbyville was arrested Aug. 5 at Main and 8th streets and charged with DUI, careless driving and expired tags.

    Angela G. Snow, 26, of 14 Olympia Drive in Bardstown was arrested Aug. 6 on I-64 West at mile marker 32 and charged with DUI.