A Meade County man was arrested after police say he was in possession of drugs. According to arrest records, Radcliff Police stopped a vehicle shortly after midnight on Wednesday in connection to recent thefts out of Elizabethtown. When Police found that the vehicle had been reported stolen, they found that the driver, Kody Claycomb, had several warrants out of Meade and Hardin County. When officers searched Claycomb, they found a glass smoking pipe on him, which contained suspected residue from meth. Officers also found a scale in the vehicle. Claycomb has several charges, including possession of a controlled substance 1st degree, receiving stolen property, and possession of marijuana. He is lodged in the Hardin County Detention Center.
The City of Elizabethtown has introduced a new way to find and repair potholes. A new web page allows citizens to report unfixed potholes to the Public Works Department by submitting an online form. For potholes on state maintained roadways, residents are asked to contact the State Highway Department. A link to the new web page can be found on the City of Elizabethtown’s Facebook page.
An event to help fight hunger across the nation is taking place this weekend. Stamp Out Hunger is celebrating its 27th year. Anyone experiencing food insecurity should contact Feeding America Kentucky’s Heartland.
Fort Knox is hosting a Mothers Day brunch Saturday. More information about prices can be found at knox.armymwr.com. The public is welcome to attend this event, but reservations must be made by the end of today.