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Cops & Courts

  • Car theft in Waddy springs from Craig’s List

    A Nicholasville man had his car stolen Saturday morning from a Waddy truck stop and police say they are not optimistic about getting it back.

    Robert Young, 37, had placed his wife’s car for sale on Craig’s List, and had been contacted by someone who had expressed interested in buying it, said Shelby County Sheriff’s Detective Maj. Jason Rice.

  • Shelby County Sheriff Reports May 27, 2015

    Burglary

    Sherry L. Epperson, 47, of 603 Russell Ave. in La Grange was arrested March 25 on Taylorsville Road and charged with third-degree burglary.

     

    Traffic

    Eduardo Suarez-Cruz, 28, of 213 A St. was arrested April 3 on Eminence Pike and charged with no operator’s license and second-degree wanton endangerment.

  • Court report: May 26, 2015

    District court

    The following cases were heard by Judge J.R. RoBards:

    Miguel Vasquez, speeding 10 mph over limit and no operator's/moped license – guilty – 30-day sentence conditionally discharged for two years and $313 fine and costs.

  • Court report: May 18, 2015

    District court

    The following cases were heard by Judge Donna Dutton:

    Richard J. Barcellona, illegal take/pursue deer/wild turkey – guilty – $204 fine and costs.

    John Doe, alcohol intoxication in a public place – guilty – $228 fine and costs.

  • Shelby County Sheriff Warrants

    Leroy Parker, 61, of 2358 South 5th St. in Columbus, Ohio, was arrested Feb. 23 at 401 Main St. on a Shelby County warrant for an unstated charge.

    Ebony Elaine Marshall, 26, of 5074 Hawaiian Terrace in Cincinnati, Ohio, was served Feb. 25 at the Shelby County Detention Center on a Henry County warrant for an unstated charge.

  • Court report: May 15, 2015

    District court

    The following cases were heard by Judge J.R. RoBards:

    Wendi M. Branstetter, speeding 18 mph over limit and first-offense failure of owner to maintain required insurance/security – guilty – insurance monitoring for 12 months and $643 fine and costs, $400 conditionally discharged.

  • No injuries in Purnell fire

    There were no injuries at a fire that broke out at Purnell’s Old Folk’s sausage plant in Simpsonville on Saturday, and the plant was not damaged severely, officials said.

    Simpsonville Fire Chief Ronnie Sowder said the fire started just after 6 p.m. at the plant in the 6900 block of Shelbyville Road.

    Sowder said the fire, which was electrical in nature, happened in the freezer room and that it was contained by the sprinkler system.

    Shelby County Fire Department responded to provide mutual aid, he said.

  • Shelby County Sheriff Reports May 8, 2015

    DUI

    Crystal G. Bussey, 38, of 705 Lakeside Drive was arrested Feb. 27 on Shelbyville Road and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs, first offense, careless driving, possession of marijuana, and tampering with physical evidence, no brake lights and failure to maintain required insurance, first offense.

    Joseph Travis Jager, 40, of 726 Bass Lane was arrested Feb. 26 on Taylorsville Road and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs, first offense.

  • Collins students file suit against school system

    A lawsuit was filed April 21 in Shelby Circuit Court in connection with the departure of three Collins High School students from the school’s football team last fall.

    The suit was filed by Browning Becherer, former quarterback, and Edmund Becherer, father of Browning, Bennett and Jay Becherer, the latter two who were defensive backs for the Titans, and names as defendants Head Coach Jerry Lucas, the Shelby County Board of Education and Collins Principal John Leeper.

  • Six injured in 2 I-64 accidents early Wednesday morning

    A total of six people were injured in two separate accidents on I-64 in Simpsonville shortly after midnight Wednesday morning.

    In the first accident, which occurred at 12:30 a.m., four people were injured, though not seriously, said Shelby County EMS Director Jeff Ivers.