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Cops & Courts

  • Court report: March 7, 2016

    Divorces granted

    Tracy L. Fackler, Shelbyville, vs. Gregory K. Wood, Shelbyville.

    Audrey C. Millard, Shelbyville, vs. Daniel Robert-Butler Glaize, Kathleen, GA.

    Michael J. Branstetter, Shelbyville, vs. Wendi M. Lowe, Shelbyville.

  • Court report: Feb. 29, 2016

    Divorces granted

    Audrey C. Millard, Shelbyville, vs. Daniel Robert-Butler Glaize, Kathleen, GA.

    Tracy L. Fackler, Shelbyville, vs. Gregory K. Wood, Shelbyville.

    Circuit court

  • Old Stone Inn still in limbo

    A criminal charge against the former manager of the Old Stone Inn involving selling alcoholic beverages without a license has been put on hold temporarily.

    Shelley Thompson had a court appearance Thursday in Shelby District Court on the charge, but District Judge J.R. RoBards agreed to move the hearing to a latter date, which has not been set yet, to allow Thompson’s attorney, Bill Stewart, to deal with another, more pressing, matter pertaining to the Inn first.

  • Kayaking incident prompts water rescue

    Much like the weather Wednesday, a leisure activity for a group of young men quickly went from pleasant to unpleasant when they flipped a kayak– prompting the aid of emergency responders from two counties.

    Shelby County Fire and Rescue and Shelby County EMS were dispatched after 6 p.m. Wednesday in response to a water rescue at Rivals, off Haley Road on the Shelby/Spencer county line.

  • Court report: Feb. 22, 2016

    Divorces granted

    Claudia A. Rector, Shelby County, vs. Michael J. Cruz, Radcliff, KY.

    Leann M. Montgomery, Shelbyville, vs. Brett D. Montgomery, Shelbyville.

    Nestor E. Hernandez, Shelbyville, vs. Teresa M. Hall, Frankfort.

  • Fake money surfaces in Shelby

    The Shelbyville Police Department is warning merchants to be on the lookout for fake $100 bills.

    Major Istvan Kovacs said that so far, one such bill has surfaced at the McDonald’s restaurant on Frankfort Road.

    The bills look like the real thing, with one exception.

    It is stamped at the top of the bill with the statement, “For motion picture use only.”

    Officials at the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce are also concerned, warning business to instruct employees to carefully inspect the bills when accepting cash.

  • Shed destroyed in blaze

    No one was injured Friday in a fire in Bagdad that destroyed a large shed.

    The fire was called in at 9 a.m. at 2164 Cedarmore Road, the home of Darrell and Linda Aldridge.

    Rick Floyd, a captain with the Bagdad Fire Department, said there was some concern because the 2-bay structure was near some other buildings.

    “It was about five feet from an old dairy barn and an out building,” he said. “He [Aldridge] got all the equipment out. We were just lucky the wind was blowing the other way, or we would have had a real big mess.”

  • Court report: Feb. 15, 2016

    Divorces granted

    Leah K. Kauffman, Simpsonville, vs. James E. Wilson Jr., Simpsonville.

    Anne-Marie Dean, Shelbyville, vs. Jonathan R. Lewis, Simpsonville.

    George M. Jones, Shelbyville, vs. Kathy A. Rodgers, Shelbyville.

  • Waddy man accused of raping woman in Crestwood

    A Waddy man has been arrested and charged with raping a woman and holding her against her will, according to Oldham County police.

    According to the arrest report, the incident happened Saturday at 1:13 a.m. in the morning at a home on Gerogie Way in Crestwood.

    Joshua R. Logan, 22, is charged with first-degree rape and several related charges.

    The report said police were called to the residence because of an out of control subject.

  • Louisville man arrested in Shelby after seeking sex with minor

    A Louisville man has been arrested in Shelby County and charged with seeking sex with a minor.

    Patrick Adam Small, 32, of Louisville, was arrested Feb. 12 in western Shelby County by the Attorney General's Cyber Crime Unit, and charged with one count of prohibited use of an electronic communication system for the purpose of procuring a minor for a sex offense, possession of a controlled substance, 1st degree, and possession of drug paraphernalia.