A 15-year-old Elizabethtown High School student has been taken into custody after allegedly distributing prescription pills to other students. The News Enterprise says the teenager was found with oxycodone, morphine and other medications. Other students found out about the drugs and went to staffers at the school. Those staffers called police. The student’s been charged with trafficking a controlled substance, and that’s a felony
A Bloomfield man’s been busted for possession of a pound of pot. The Greater Hardin County Narcotics Task Force arrested 23 Patrick Culver, charging him with trafficking and possession of paraphernalia. They executed a search warrant on his home and also found guns, over a thousand dollars in cash and some scales.
Elizabethtown police need your help in finding a sexual abuse suspect. A man is wanted in connection to a few incidents reported along East Dixie Avenue near the Interstate 65 overpass. The most recent one was Wednesday night, when a woman said she was walking, when a man came up to her and started talking. He then tried to grab her and pull her towards him. She got away and managed to call 9–1-1. When police got the scene, the man was gone. He’s described as 5 feet 10 to 6 feet tall, between 175 and 200 pounds, with scar on his face. The circumstances and that physical description are similar to two other cases reported recently. Police are asking that you give a call if you know anything about the incidents. That number is 270–765-4125.
Two teenage Elizabethtown girls who had gone missing this weekend have been found and they were not in danger. Police in Shively picked up 16 year old Brianna T. Ray and Danielle M Bouvier and got them home. Shively is just a little bit south of Louisville.The two had disappeared from their homes on Sunday Morning.
We were telling you earlier this month about a guy who had been videotaped stuffing gloves down his pants at a couple of Five Star Stores and walking out without paying for them. Now the News Enterprise reports police have arrested a suspect in connection with those thefts. 47 year old Jeffrey H. Atwell of Louisville is facing shoplifting charges and could go to jail for up to a year. An off duty Radcliff police officer recognized the S-U-V Atwell was driving as the vehicle described being used in the thefts.
A massive drug suspect round up in Hardin County. Kentucky State Police teamed up with the Greater Hardin County Narcotics Task Force, Elizabethtown Police Department, Radcliff Police Department, Hardin County Sheriff’s Office and the Hardin County Jail. They took in 18 suspects on warrants, and in doing so, they broke up a meth lab, confiscated pot, cocaine and other controlled substances. There were also two people arrested during the round-up for unrelated Failure to Appear bench warrants. The arrests took place in Elizabethtown, Radcliff, Upton, Sonora and Cecilia. Several people are still at large. Here are the lists of those arrested, and those still wanted:
1. Anthonie Fletcher — Elizabethtown, KY
2. Ryan Lincoln — Elizabethtown, KY
3. Carolyn Whitaker — Elizabethtown, KY
4. Morris Boggs — Radcliff, KY
5. Amanda Keen — Elizabethtown, KY
6. Anthony Keen — Elizabethtown, KY
7. Steven Keen — Elizabethtown, KY
8. Justin Muth — Elizabethtown, KY
9. Christopher Ahl — Elizabethtown, KY
10. Ronnie Stotts — Upton, KY
11. Timothy Sweat II — Elizabethtown, KY
12. William McGuire — Elizabethtown, KY
13. Matthew Lucas — Elizabethtown, KY
14. Christopher Smith — Elizabethtown, KY
15. Lewis Day — Sonora, KY
16. Deaundre Brand — Radcliff, KY
17. Fred Evans — Radcliff, KY
18. Trinity Pearson — Cecilia, KY
19. Joshua Compton — Rineyville, KY **
20. Thomas Vowels — Elizabethtown, KY **
21. Ryan Jones — Radcliff, KY **
** = Already in custody @ time of round-up
The following individuals are still at large and wanted by KSP & the Greater Hardin County Narcotics Task Force.
1. Danielle Markle — Elizabethtown, KY
2. Faith Priddy — Possibly in Bonnieville, KY
3. Johnny Kolley — Summitt, KY
4. Tricia Rigdon — Elizabethtown, KY
5. Jamee Petty — Elizabethtown, KY
6. Raymond Maciag — Rineyville, KY
7. Adolfo Cardona — Elizabethtown, KY
8. Reginald Watson Jr. — Possibly in Maryland
Know a Vet in need of work? A job fair just for Veterans goes on tomorrow at the American Legion Post on Ring Road in Elizabethtown. It’s being hosted by the Office of Employment and Training in conjunction with the American Legion, the Disabled American Veterans, Veterans of Foreign Wars and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Nearly 45 employers are expected to attend. If you plan on going, prepare to be interviewed. That means bring a few copies of your resume and your V.A. or military i.d card.
Elizabethtown is taking the wraps off the new Collection and Safe Disposal of Unwanted Medication program. It’s free, thanks to donations from the Elizabethtown Lions Club and the AM Rotary. From here on out, residents can take any unwanted or unused medications and drop them off at the collection site at the Elizabethtown Police Department at 300 South Mulberry Street.
Farmers in the area have been collecting money and goods to help out other farms in the West Liberty area hit by tornadoes earlier this month. The News Enterprise says the Hardin County Farm Bureau, Hardin County Young Farmers Association, Hardin County Cattlemen’s Association, Hardin County Grain Committee and individual farmers collected between $4,000 and $5,000 worth of livestock fencing supplies. Cecilia Farm Service sold the supplies at the price they cost the business.
A 12 year old girl in Lebanon is lucky to be alive today. State police say Madalynn Thompson was riding her bicycle without a helmet when she made a turn on to Barboursmill Road and hit a van. She was hospitalized for non life threatening injuries. The woman driving the van-51 year old Linda Coleman of Springfield was not hurt.