Police News for Nov. 8

November 08, 2004

Police probe armed robbery, theft and burglary

A Pizza Hut employee was robbed at gunpoint early Sunday, Danville police said. The employee, Charles Butler, was held up at 2:56 a.m., apparently in the process of making a bank deposit. An undisclosed amount of cash was taken. Butler was not harmed.

Officer Chris Stratton took the report. Detectives are investigating the robbery.

Other reports:

* 10 p.m. Thursday - An undisclosed amount of cash was taken in a theft from the residence of Kristen Collette, 100 Shaker Point Drive, apartment 18. Officer Greg Hilliard took the report.

* 1 p.m. Thursday - An undisclosed amount of cash was taken in a forced-entry burglary from McDonald's restaurant, Jane Trail. Officer Derek Robbins took the report.


Juvenile faces marijuana charge

HARRODSBURG - Police here arrested a 17-year-old male juvenile Thursday and charged him with possession of marijuana.

A vehicle was stopped at 9:41 p.m. on North College Street at the Corral Business Center and when officers checked the driver's license, they found it was suspended. Police got both passengers out of the vehicle, and a bag of marijuana was found in the juvenile's right front pants pocket. The juvenile was released to his parents.

Officer Jason Elder is the investigating officer; he was assisted by Officer Lynn Davis.

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