Monday police news 1110

November 10, 2003

Mount Vernon man charged

with attempted robbery

An attempted robbery case at a Danville drug store was among three criminal reports and one injury traffic accident investigated by the Danville Police Department Tuesday through Sunday:

n A Mount Vernon man remains in the Boyle County Detention Center on an attempted robbery charge stemming from an incident Wednesday afternoon at The Medicine Shoppe on Hustonville Road.

Jason Raider, 36, was in jail this morning under a $50,000 cash bond. No further details of the case were available.


Sgt. Tony Gray investigated.

n Stuart Taylor of 232 Fox Run Trail reported Sunday that his vehicle was broken into while parked in front of his home. A car stereo and wallet containing cash were taken. The items were valued at more than $300.

The thief or thieves gained entry by breaking a window.

Officer Sally Bustle investigated.

n A Beaver Dam woman received minor injuries in a two-vehicle accident Saturday morning at the intersection of Main Street and Maple Avenue.

Tracy Harp, 27, was facing east on Main in her 1998 Chevrolet Metro at the traffic light at Main and Maple, preparing to turn left onto Maple.

Rena Rowland, 46, of 818 Stanford Ave., was facing west on Main in her 1994 Chevrolet Astro van and preparing to cross the intersection with Maple and continue west.

When the light turned green, Harp attempted to turn left onto Maple, failed to yield the right of way to Rowland's oncoming van, and the vehicles collided.

Harp was taken by Boyle County Emergency Medical Service to Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center where she was treated for a possible shoulder injury and released.

Several Danville officers investigated the accident.

n An undisclosed amount of cash and several DVD movies were taken early Tuesday morning from The Hut at the Combs Building on the Centre College campus.

The money and DVDs were valued at more than $300. There were no signs of forcible entry. Officer Joedy Gilliland investigated.|None***

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