Taylor County (October 25, 2018) – On October 24, 2018 at approximately 6:28 PM EST Trooper Dexter Colvin was on routine patrol on North Jackson Street in the limits of Campbellsville when he observed the driver of a 2002 Mercury not wearing a seatbelt. Trooper Colvin initiated a traffic stop in the parking lot of McDonalds. As Trooper Colvin exited his vehicle, the driver fled. Trooper Colvin pursued the subject and observed him run through six stop signs without braking and continued to flee turning westbound on US 68 towards Greensburg, entering the eastbound lane running several oncoming vehicles off the roadway. The driver ran through a red light at the intersection of HWY 68, 210, and 55 reaching speeds in excess of 100 MPH. The driver lost control of the vehicle on Marshall Ridge Road and overturned. Trooper Colvin observed the suspect exit the vehicle and run into an open field. After pursuing the subject, Trooper Colvin was able to detain and arrest him. Joshua Milby, age 31 of Campbellsville was charged with failure to wear seatbelts, fleeing or evading police, 1st degree (motor vehicle), wanton endangerment 1st degree, wanton endangerment 1st degree-police officer, fleeing or evading police 1stdegree (on foot), menacing, resisting arrest, and criminal mischief. Milby was lodged in the Taylor County Detention Center.
A joint investigation from the Adair County Sheriff's Office and Columbia Probation and Parole lead to a 38 year old Columbia woman being arrested.
On October 23, 2018 at approximately 1:30pm Sheriff Harrison Moss along with Chief Deputy Aaron Rainwater and Probation and Parole Officer Shahid Iqbal made contact with Kathryn Hadley of Donna Lane in Columbia Kentucky. Hadley was arrested on charges of Possession of controlled substance, 1st degree Methamphetamines, Drug Paraphernalia-Buy/Possess, and probation violation. Hadley was lodged in the Adair County Jail.
The Adair County Clerk’s Office on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 will be closed to anything pertaining to vehicles. Due to us being a small office and the staff that does vehicle transfers also takes care of Elections, we feel all attention should be directed to the Election. The Deed Room will be in operation as usual.
Lisa Greer, Adair County Clerk
Reminder: For all Precinct Workers and Alternates
Election School training is Thursday, October 25, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. CST in the basement of the Adair County Annex Building.
With Election Day drawing near: Tuesday, November 6, 2018, a few reminders that will help make your voting experience smoother.
Lisa Greer, Adair County Clerk
COLUMBIA, KY - Area children and their family members are invited to the 25th-annual Lindsey Wilson College "Safe Halloween." The annual trick-or-treat event for area children will begin in the Doris and Bob Holloway Health & Wellness Center, 299 Williams Street, Columbia, KY, with other stops during the 6pm - 9pmCT October 30, 2018 tour. The event, which is sponsored by the LWC Office of Residence Life, is free and open to the public.
LWC students will escort children and their family members from the Holloway Health & Wellness Center through four residence halls. Tours will begin around every five minutes. Children will receive store-bought, packaged candy from student residents, many of whom will be dressed in costumes. The tour will take less than an hour.
The five residence halls to be featured in this year's "Safe Halloween" are: Jerry and Kendrick McCandless Hall, which will be decorated in themes inspired by Marvel Superheroes; Phillips Hall, which will be decorated in themes inspired by the films Trolls, 101 Dalmations, Little Mermaid, and Inside Out; Keefe Hall, which will be decorated in themes inspired by the films Lilo and Stitch and Moana; Horton Complex, which will be decorated in themes inspired by the game Fortnite; and Parrot Hall, which will include a haunted section. The Katie Murrell Library will also be included in the tour this year.
The tour will end at the children’s carnival on the campus quadrangle, weather permitting. The carnival will include games, activities and more candy. In the event of rain, the carnival events will be held in the Cralle Student Union Building.
“My favorite part of Safe Halloween is seeing all the kids’ faces light up when they get their candy and see all their favorite characters come to life,” said LWC Women’s Hall Coordinator, Sarah Mitchell, “It’s also such a great thing to see so many of our students to come together to put on this fun event for our community. It’s important for us to hold events like Safe Halloween. Our core message here at LWC is all about family, so it’s important that we give back to the local community that we call home.”
Lindsey Wilson College's 25th-annual "Safe Halloween" will be from 6pm-9pmCT on Tuesday, October 30, 2018. The tour begins in the Doris and Bob Holloway Health & Wellness Center, 299 Williams Street. Contact: LWC Director of Residence Life Jenny Parrigin at email@example.com or 270-384-8521.
A Marion County teenager has died as a result of injuries received in an auto accident Thursday morning, October 18th, in Marion County. According to the Marion County Sheriff’s Office, 18 year old Joseph Bailey Smith of Loretto died Friday at University of Louisville Hospital. The Marion County Sheriff’s Office is reporting that Smith was operating a 2000 model Lincoln that went out of control, off the roadway, struck a fence and overturned several times and was ejected from the vehicle. The accident happened around 9:45 A.M. Eastern time about 2 miles north of Raywick on Highway 527 in Marion County.
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Casey County (October 19, 2018) – On October 18th, 2018 at approximately 8:18 PM CST Trooper Billy Begley was on routine patrol on U.S. 127 2 miles south of Liberty when he observed a 2004 Hyundai swerving on the roadway. Trooper Begley initiated a traffic stop making contact with the driver, 44 year old Dewey Anderson of Russell Springs. Consent to search the vehicle was given resulting in a small amount of marijuana and a .22 caliber pistol being located by Trooper Zach Scott. Trooper Begley placed Anderson under arrest, charging him with careless driving, DUI 2nd (aggravating circumstance), possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, carry concealed deadly weapon by a prior deadly weapon felony offender, possession of a handgun by a convicted felon, and rear license plate not illuminated. Anderson was lodged in the Casey County Detention Center.