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May 8, 2019

A Two Vehicle Collision Took Place In New Haven On Monday. Nelson County Police Say A Driver Was Traveling East On Balltown Road, When They Allegedly Crossed The Center Line, Striking A Second Vehicle Head On. The Driver Of The First Vehicle Was Entrapped With Life Threatening Injuries And Was Airlifted To University Of Louisville Hospital. The Operator And Passenger Of The Second Car Were Transported To Flaget Hospital By Nelson County Ems. Deputy Ferrie With The Nelson County Sheriff’s Office Is Investigating.

Two People Have Been Indicted For Using Counterfeit Money At An Elizabethtown Restaurant. According To Arrest Records, The Two Left Long John Silvers After Police Responded To A Call About A Counterfeit 100 Dollar Bill. When Police Searched The Pair’s Car, They Found 2 Additional Counterfeit Bills. Both Face Charges Of Criminal Possession Of A Forged Instrument 1st Degree.

A Rineyville Man Was Arrested Last Week After Police Say He Pointed A Gun At A Woman’s Face. According To Arrest Records, Keith Krieger Allegedly Pointed The Gun At The Woman’s Face, Then Turned The Weapon Away To Fire A Shot In The Air. Neighbors Nearby Say They Heard Someone Yelling For Kreiger To Put The Gun Down. Krieger Is Charged With 1st Degree Wanton Endangerment And Was Held In The Hardin County Detention Center.

New Measures Are Being Taken To Stop Out Of Country Scam Calls. Attorney General Andy Beshear Says His Administration Has Returned Over Two Million Dollars To Kentuckians Through His Office Of Senior Protection, But That This Bipartisan Effort Will Seek To Eliminate The Calls Coming Through In The First Place. Americans Received Almost 18 Billion Scam Calls In 2018.

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