Monday police news 112403

November 24, 2003

Vandalism, thefts reported in Liberty

LIBERTY - A rash of thefts from vehicles have been investigated by city police.

Officer Steve Garrett said windows in more than six vehicles were broken during the night Thursday throughout town. The only items missing were stereos and speakers.

"Purses, social security cards and other valuables were left untouched," said Garrett.

Police have suspects, he said.

Juvenile detained on cocaine charge

LIBERTY - A 17-year-old boy was charged Sunday with possession of cocaine, expired registration plate and no driver's license, city police said.

Frankfort couple charged, jailed

HARRODSBURG - City police arrested a Frankfort couple after a traffic stop Wednesday on Linden Avenue at Youngs Park.

Officers stopped the couple for an equipment violation and allegedly found prescription medications in a black change purse during a search of the vehicle. Mitzi Gwen Drennon, 38, was charged with third-degree possession of a controlled substance, drugs in an improper container and failure to notify the Department of Transportation of an address change.


Ricky A. Raider, 42, was charged with two counts of menacing and failure to notify DOT of an address change.

Garage burglarized in Harrodsburg

HARRODSBURG - City police were sent to Proctor's Garage when a passerby reported a window had been broken out of the business. Police found the building had been entered through a side window.

David Proctor, the owner, reported several knives, cash and coins, two handguns, stereo equipment, jewelry and an undetermined amount of candy bars in a vending machine were taken.

It appeared the burglar injured himself while entering the building. Police retrieved fingerprints and blood samples from several objects inside the business.|None***

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