Police News for Sept. 21

September 21, 2004

Garrard County man found dead

LANCASTER - Autopsy results of Donald Lee Hall, 39, are pending after Hall was found dead Saturday at his Buckeye Road residence. According to Garrard County Deputy Coroner Mike Dixon, the cause of death is unknown. The autopsy was completed in Frankfort, but lab results are expected to take six to eight weeks, said the coroner's office.

Harrodsburg teen charged with assault

HARRODSBURG - A Harrodsburg teenager was charged after she allegedly assaulted another teenager in front of the Harrodsburg post office last week, police said.

The female juvenile, 16, was charged with second-degree assault and third-degree terroristic threatening after a confrontation Wednesday. The girl was taken into custody and then released to her parents.


According to a Harrodsburg police report, the 16-year-old attacked a 17-year-old girl in front of the post office. The victim was taken to James B. Haggin Hospital, where she was treated and released, police said.

Money stolen in Harrodsburg burglary

HARRODSBURG - Someone apparently entered a Harrodsburg residence Thursday and took an undetermined amount of money, police said.

Bruce Johnson of 192 B. Daisey St., who was not at home when the burglary occurred, told police that when he returned home, he observed several items that had been tampered with and money was missing.

Anyone with information concerning the burglary is asked to contact Harrodsburg Police Department at (859) 734-3311 and leave a message with Sgt. J.T. Thomas, investigating officer.

Casey County man charged with assault

LIBERTY - A Casey County man who allegedly assaulted two of his relatives Sunday was arrested, police said.

Johnny Lee Carmicle 33, of 183 Taylor Road, Liberty, reportedly went to his brother's residence on Caudill Road, and assaulted his brother, David, and David's wife, Hedi Carmicle, according to a report by Casey County Deputy Sheriff Dennis Allen.

Johnny Lee Carmicle was charged with two counts of fourth-degree assault, first-degree criminal trespassing and alcohol intoxication.

Danville man hurt on ATV

LIBERTY - A Danville man, injured on an all-terrain vehicle Saturday on Minors Branch Road, 20 miles north of here, was cited for driving under the influence of intoxicants, state police said.

Jackie D. Pike was driving a 2003 Arctic Cat ATV when he lost control of the vehicle causing it to flip several times, according to state Trooper Mike Woodrum.

Pike was transported to Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center.

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