Police News for Sept. 27

September 27, 2004

Two Casey men injured in crash

LIBERTY - A one-vehicle crash Sunday on Ky. 1615 sent two Casey County residents to the hospital, state police said.

Ryan L. Caudill, 27, of Liberty, and passenger Joshua Miller, 21, of Yosemite, were flown to the University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center in Lexington, according to Trooper Jeremy Johnson.

Caudill was driving south about 10 miles west of Liberty when his lost control of his 1992 Toyota Camry. The car ran off the road and struck a tree. No seat belts were in use.

Burglaries and thefts reported in Danville

Danville Police Department received the following criminal reports Tuesday through today:

* Shortly after midnight Sunday, someone used force to gain entry to the 409 N. Third St. residence of Bryant Quarles. A Playstation 2 player and game were taken.


* About 4 a.m. Sunday, someone broke into the 501 Holladay Drive residence of Steven Carrier and took an RCA three-disc player, compact disc player and speaker, Playstation 2 player and two games, several CDs, and a DVD box set.

* About 9 p.m. Friday, an undisclosed amount of cash was reported missing at Goody's in Ridgefield Shopping Center.

* About noon Friday, an undisclosed amount of cash was reported missing at the 301 Hill-n-Dale apartment of Jessica Harris.

* About 11 p.m. Tuesday, several items were reported missing from the vehicle of Bradley Twilley of Danville while it was parked at Smart Lube. They included a CD player, Taurus .38-caliber revolver, tackle box and fishing equipment, and GPS unit and charger.

Three hurt in Danville pile-up

Three people were injured in a three-vehicle chain-reaction pile-up Thursday morning at the intersection of Main and Third streets, Danville police said.

Joshua Reardon, 17, of 380 Earl St., driving a 1987 Ford pickup truck, was eastbound in the left lane of traffic on Main when his vehicle struck the rear of a 1997 Pontiac driven by Louise S. Oberson, 52, of Bradfordsville. Oberson's car hit the rear of a 2001 Dodge driven by Lewis Jones, 38, of 316 Pheasant Drive, Harrodsburg. Reardon said he was having a difficult time seeing because of bright sunshine.

Reardon and Oberson were taken by ambulance to Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center for treatment of possible neck injuries and released.

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