April 24, 2008
Danville police responded to an early morning crash on Ky. 33 after a car toppled a billboard and landed on top of a stone fence. Cecilia Muhammad, 57, of Harrodsburg was driving toward town and lost control of her Lincoln Town Car as she entered the curve just before Candlewood subdivision. Police received the call about 6:30 a.m. Muhammad was not wearing a seat belt and was ejected from the vehicle before it hit the stone fence, according to Assistant Chief Tony Gray. Officer Chris Stratton reported a witness thought the vehicle appeared to have been speeding and that it "drifted off the roadway.
July 29, 2008
A burglary in progress was interrupted by neighbors early this morning in Candlewood subdivision. Danville police Detective Kevin Peel said neighbors witnessed intruders leaving a residence at 100 Winning Colors with stolen property in hand about 5 a.m. Neighbors simultaneously called out to the burglars and called police. Officers arrived within a minute of receiving the call, Peel said, but the burglars got away. It is unknown how long the intruders were inside the house before being noticed.
July 30, 2006
BOYLE Deeds filed recently in the office of Boyle County Clerk Denise Curtsinger include: Citifinancial Mortgage Co. Inc. and Margaret Stateman through J. Thomas Hensley, master commissioner, to Rick Cole and Gaile Cole, lot on End 'O Main Farm development subdivision, $46,000. Maurice and Mary Wolfe to Cheryl W. Gibson, lot on O'Hara Drive, gift; fair market value, $130,000. Jeff and Beverly King to Belinda R. Mobley, lot on High Street, $76,500. Edward D. and Patricia H. Hays to Chad W. Sinkhorn, lot on South Fourth Street, $99,000.
September 20, 2007
Several residents on Boone Trail have reported that their vehicles have been ransacked, police said. Interim Police Chief Tony Gray said a woman actually saw a man near her car about 3 a.m. Thursday and yelled at him to go away. Instead, he walked toward the door of her house. She slammed the door and called police. "Call police before you do anything," said Gray. "Don't try to do anything yourself. " He urges motorists to lock their vehicles and call police if they see anyone and anything unusual in the neighborhood.
August 12, 2007
A Danville man was arrested Thursday night in connection with a recent Third Street burglary. Jeffrey Pemberton, 32, of 609 N. Third St., Apt. 1, was taken into custody after city police linked him to the burglary at 626 N. Third St. Pemberton is charged with second-degree burglary and theft by unlawful taking less than $300. The burglary is one of several reported in the past few weeks. Interim Police Chief Tony Gray said two burglaries and two thefts recently occurred on North Third Street between Danville Centre for Health and Rehabilitation and Candlewood subdivision.