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BOBBIE CURD | July 5, 2006
LANCASTER - L.G. "Russ" Hammons, a former Garrard County judge-executive, died Monday at 86. Hammons was well known for his 20-year political career, serving two terms as sheriff and three terms as county judge-executive, that was highlighted by the numerous government grants he obtained for the betterment of the county. While Hammons was in office, Garrard County began a county-owned and -operated ambulance service, completed a courthouse renovation, purchased and renovated the county building that now houses the ambulance service, developed an industrial site, and improved housing for the county's low-income elderly and handicapped.
July 18, 2008
Shawna Bailey, Kay-Leigh Gleffe and Destiny Bentley recently attended the Kentucky Sheriffs' Boys and Girls Ranch in Gilbertsville. The girls are pictured here with head counselor Jessica Howard and Clark County Deputy Mark Craycraft.
October 31, 2003
Dear Editor: I read with interest the flurry of comments involving the placement of a fish on the rear of Deputy Sheriff Marty Elliott?s cruiser. Among the comments that interested me most were those relating to the character and stature of Marty and the sheriff?s department as a whole. As a practitioner of criminal defense law in this area, I want to assure this community that we are indeed protected by the finest of officers, both men and women, with whom I deal regularly. Sheriff LeeRoy Hardin and his staff, following in the footsteps of Karl Luttrell, do an outstanding job upholding peace, dignity, and fairness within our county.
By MANDY SIMPSON and | September 1, 2011
STANFORD - Hagan Folger, son of Lincoln County Sheriff Curt Folger, is facing charges and an extended hospital stay after sheriff's deputies discovered stolen items in a vehicle he wrecked last weekend. Hagan Folger, 24, is fair condition at the University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center recovering from hip and knee injuries suffered when he crashed his mother's Ford Explorer into a ditch and tree on Blue Lick Road about 1 a.m. Saturday, Sheriff Folger said. Deputies discovered a mandolin and power tools at the scene of the accident and confirmed Wednesday that the items were stolen from vehicles Saturday evening.
September 19, 2012
• Estill R. Streeval, 39, 16 Leedean Circle, was arrested Sept. 1 at that address and charged with fourth-degree assault, domestic violence. • Julie A. Hager, 43, 2835 Pollard Road, was arrested Sept. 7 on Sulphur Well Pike and charged with DUI. • Russell G. Brown, 40, 875 Chimney Rock Road, Harrodsburg, was arrested Sept. 10 at U.S. 68 and Bellerive Boulevard and charged with DUI.
July 26, 2012
Report - At 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, Stanley D. Davis Jr. of 316 Foxglove Lane reported that someone used his personal information to acquire service from Texas Utilities in Dallas. Accident - At 10:55 a.m. Tuesday, deputies responded to an injury accident on Mount Sterling Road in which Jason S. Skaggs of Mount Sterling was traveling west when his vehicle started to skid in a curve. It left the road and struck a fence. He was transported to St. Joseph of Mount Sterling with unspecified injuries.
By DAVID BROCK and | January 12, 2011
Boyle County Fiscal Court approved the 2011 salary cap and budget for the sheriff’s office Tuesday, a plan that saw a slight increase in spending despite some large cuts in the department. Sheriff Marty Elliott presented an outline of expenses totaling $954,823 for the upcoming year, which is $3,894 more than last year’s budget. The $539,500 salary cap approved was exactly the same as last year’s. The sheriff’s department is a fee office, meaning revenue for the budget presented Tuesday comes largely from commissions on levees collected by the department.
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