Police blotter from Sept. 25-29

Published 8:03 am Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Editor’s note: Taken from the Danville 911 records, the Police Blotter represents a history of the initial calls and the information used by the dispatcher to send officers to investigate complaints. It is not necessarily an indication of what the officer found upon arrival at the scene, or of how police may have dealt with the complaint.

8:16 a.m., caller is requesting to speak to an officer for legal options regarding harassment.
9:39 a.m., vehicle stop on East Second Street; arrest made.
12:47 p.m., possible injury accident on Lancaster Road.
2:29 p.m., a motorcycle has struck a car on West Main Street near the courthouse.
3:05 p.m., property owner is requesting options in reference to the tenant’s living conditions.
3:33 p.m., a train is stopped on the tracts and is blocking Faulkner Lane; Norfolk Souther Railroad contacted and they are aware of the situation.
4:42 p.m., arrest made at Carrigan Avenue and Rebel Road.
5:41 p.m., caller wants a conference in reference to ongoing sexual abuse of a juvenile.
7:40 p.m., two males in a maroon truck and a white truck are blocking the road and causing a disturbance on Gwinn Island Road; caller now says the subjects have left and police assistance is no longer needed.
8:04 p.m., caller is reporting property damage in the back yard; caller believes his ex-wife may have caused the damage while moving out.
9:22 p.m., caller from Meadowrun Apartments is requesting extra patrol in the area due to his vehicle being damaged this morning.

2:29 a.m., a male has been found walking on the side of White Oak Road; he doesn’t have a place to stay and is requesting assistance in trying to get to Indiana.
8:19 a.m., a female is at a residence in Junction City who is not allowed to be there and grandson is also there causing a disturbance.
9:36 a.m., possible injury accident at Lexington Road and Old Lexington Road.
12:25 p.m., a dog is locked inside a vehicle that is unattended at Guadalajara on Perryville Road.
2:11 p.m., two-vehicle possible injury accident at Perryville Road and the bypass.
3:39 p.m., caller from Forest Avenue is reporting property was stolen overnight while allowing a friend to spend the night.
4:08 p.m., Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office is requesting Danville police serve an emergency protective order to a male who is in the emergency room.
4:12 p.m., officer is attempting to contact a female at Plainview Drive residence in reference to her daughter not being picked up from school.
5:12 p.m., caller from Walmart wants to have a conference in reference to the identity of a female shown in a Facebook post regarding a stolen vehicle.
6:08 p.m., caller from Holladay Drive wants to speak to an officer in reference to their dog being sick; caller referred to a veterinarian’s office.
8:02 p.m., caller at Millennium Park just purchased a vehicle and has found a hidden compartment in it.

12:39 a.m., a vehicle has struck a pole on Shelby Street in Junction City; arrest made.
6:37 a.m., caller stated that a male asked her to call police for him because a female is at the Mason Avenue residence who isn’t supposed to be there.
8:18 a.m., a break-in occurred overnight to a shed at Camp Horsin’ Around.
10:47 a.m., officer en route to assist Mercer County Sheriff’s Office with a non-compliant sex offender.
11:15 a.m., an investigator for General Motors is requesting to speak to an officer in reference to an accident he worked several years ago.
1:22 p.m., a citizen is stuck in the elevator at The Spine Center.
1:36 p.m., report of theft of gasoline at Murphy’s.
2 p.m., a suspicious male at Millennium Park may be attempting to lure juveniles away from the playground.
2:20 p.m., a car is in a ditch on Harrodsburg Road and the windows are busted out and the doors are open; no action needed.
2:53 p.m., possible injury accident on Hustonville Road.
2:59 p.m., caller is complaining about change not being given back.
3:15 p.m., a Rent-A-Center customer sold property belonging to the business.
3:21 p.m., there may be squatters in the area of West Walnut Street.
4:35 p.m., drug activity is in progress in the presence of juveniles at a residence.
5:02 p.m., caller is attempting to transport a combative male to a nursing home.
7:54 p.m., a custody dispute is in progress at Walmart; altercation had been physical and now verbal; everyone involved said nothing physical occurred and nothing to report.
9:59 p.m., vehicle stop at Alum Springs and Yates roads; arrest made.
10:35 p.m., a domestic altercation at Triangle Mart where a female is asking for help out in the parking lot and a male is in the store; arrest made.
11:36 p.m., caller from Forest Avenue said a theft of $8 occurred at Speedway.
12:24 a.m., a bag of prescription pills have been found near the hospital.
1:21 a.m., complaint of a loud party on North Maple Avenue.
9:53 a.m., burglary occurred overnight at Perryville Battlefield Historic Site; extra patrol requested.
10:10 a.m., a radio has been stolen from a county road department truck.
11:17 a.m., officer is requesting assistance at Chestnut Street residence.
2:18 p.m., a male came into the backdoor at Allergy, Asthma and Sinus Center on Tenikat Street then left; caller believes he is looking for drugs in doctors’ offices.
3:06 p.m., four people left their car on Caldwell Road and walked away; the caller said there had been an argument and it may have been physical.
3:47 p.m., two-vehicle injury accident on Lexington Road.
4:32 p.m., caller is requesting an officer check on the welfare of a person laying in a swing covered by a blanket near the pond at Millennium Park.
4:58 p.m., there is a dispute between an employee and customer in reference to a payment at Redi-Mart on Bluegrass Pike.
5:07 p.m., possible injury accident on Perryville Road; three patients refused assistance.
6:41 p.m., vehicle stop at East Main Street and Hill-n-Dale Drive; consent search; arrest made.
7:10 p.m., a male at Old Bridge General Store may be under the influence and is using or selling drugs in the parking lot; he staying in the bathroom about 30 minutes at a time several times this evening.
8:34 p.m., caller’s phone was just stolen; suspects are still on scene.
9:11 p.m., vehicle stop on Hustonville Road; arrest made.
9:22 p.m., vehicle stop on Skywatch Drive; arrest made.
10:22 p.m., caller’s mother has assaulted her and her boyfriend at the residence; caller and boyfriend are leaving for the night.
11:29 p.m., subjects camping near the creek in Parksville were on the caller’s property.
11:41 p.m., a male was hiding in the bushes at Cheryl Lane residence; when the caller saw him he went behind the duplex.
2:36 a.m., an off duty Mercer County officer is requesting assistance with a subject who is slumped over the wheel at business on Harrodsburg Road; arrest made.
7:32 a.m., caller from Five Star is reporting theft of a cooler and other personal belongings; suspect is in a white car heading toward Stanford.
7:57 a.m., an inmate at Northpoint Training Center has coded.
8:27 a.m., caller is requesting to speak to an officer about retrieving property from Grabruck Street residence.
12:20 p.m., possible injury accident on U.S. 127 South.
3:25 p.m., a physical altercation between two females occurred about 10 minutes ago at residence on West Fifth Street; caller said she was OK and would file a report this evening; no medical attention was needed.
4:35 p.m., vehicle stop on East Main Street; arrest made.
5:05 p.m., a 15-year-old juvenile is refusing to leave with the custodial parent.
5:23 p.m., injury accident on Ky. 34 east of Ky. 2168.
5:42 p.m., a fire hydrant near Longview has a water flow; fire department is aware and has a work order for the water department.
8:46 p.m., caller from Mackville Road is reporting livestock may have been stolen; call transferred to Mercer County.
10:33 p.m., caller is requesting police check on the welfare of two young children at an apartment who have been left alone for the past six to eight hours.
11:16 p.m., a male is leaving threatening messages on caller’s cell phone saying he is going to burn their house down.

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