Yesterday morning marked the 14th anniversary of the disappearance of Vicky Deluarier, and the Vine Grove Police Department is not giving up hope in looking for her. Delaurier was last seen leaving her place of employment, a Sav-A-Lot grocery store, on December 17, 2005. Her car was found the following day, abandoned with her personal property still in the vehicle. Vine Grove Chief of Police Kenneth Mattingly reminds the public to relay any information obtained regarding the case to the Vine Grove Police Department.
A fatal collision in Bullitt County had I-65 shut down for two hours early this morning. According to preliminary information from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, the collision took place at Mile Marker 110 and involved two vehicles, one of which was a semi-truck. The incident is still under investigation.
An Illinois man was arrested after threatening passengers on a bus with a screwdriver. The incident took place at the Pilot Gas Station in Sonora. According to arrest citations from Kentucky State Police Post 4, Justin Steele was threatening passengers with the weapon before walking inside the Pilot. When Steele was told he could no longer travel on the bus, he pushed the driver out of the way and entered back on. He was told multiple times to leave, but refused. Steele was charged with disorderly conduct and menacing. He is lodged in the Hardin County Detention Center.
College Signing Day was yesterday for athletes, and a press conference was held at North Hardin High School for Octavius Oxendine to make his announcement. The defensive end that helped lead North Hardin to a 13-1 record this past season announced he had committed to the University of Kentucky.