A Breckinridge County was arrested after a collision in Brechinridge County over the weekend. The preliminary investigation revealed that Brechinridge County Sheriff, Todd Pate was operating his personal vehicle when he struck the car of Jill Lanning of Leitchfield. After striking Lanning’s vehicle, Pate’s vehicle struck a utility pole before coming to a stop in a barbwire fence. Lanning was transported to Brechinridge County Memorial Hospital for non-life threatening injuries and was later released. Sheriff Pate was charged with his 2nd DUI in the past five year and was lodged in the Hardin County Detention Center.
A Radcliff man was arrested for burglarizing a home off of Shepherdsville Road last week. The Hardin County Sheriff’s Office Apprehended 44 year old Raymond Dupin on Thursday. Dupin was charged with burglary 2nd degree and more charges are pending.
The Nelson County Sheriff’s office made multiple arrests over the weekend, connect to two burglaries. A break-in was reported at the M and M, Get and Go Mini Mart in Balltown, and another one at the Culvers Store in Culvertown. Deputies received a Crime Stoppers tip and located the vehicle in Larue County. Officials found items stolen from the mini mart, a match to the glove found at the scene and a sledge hammer used in the break-in. Marco Vasquez, as well as, Melissa and Theresa Bartolomie were charged with two counts of burglary, 3rd degree and two counts of criminal mischief, 1st degree. All were lodged in the Nelson County Jail.