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Lawrenceburg Police Department beat

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By The Staff

 From staff reports

The following is an activity report provided by the Lawrenceburg Police Department, which includes calls for service made through 911. 

 

Feb. 3

Police were called to a Smith Court residence to a report of an unauthorized use of a motor vehicle report. Officers Bryan Brashears and Trey Burrus responded. The vehicle was located on U.S. 127 Bypass and stopped by police. Hope Ashlock, 33, of Lawrenceburg was arrested on charges of reckless driving, DUI, prescription not in proper container and third-degree possession controlled.

Police were called to a Gailane residence to a report of a juvenile that was out of control and had left the residence. Officer Trey Burrus responded. The subject was later located on Lincoln Street and returned to the home.

 

Feb. 2

Police were called to a Jean Drive residence to a report of a juvenile that was out of control and refusing to go to school. Officers Aaron Haden and Robbie Lile responded. The subject calmed down and allowed the parent to take him to school.

Police were called to a Bluebird Court business to assist EMS with a report of an unresponsive subject. Officers Bryan Brashears and Trey Burrus responded. The subject was believed to have overdosed and was given Narcan by officers. The subject was revived and transported to a hospital by Anderson County EMS. An Anderson County Sheriff’s Office deputy assisted officers on scene.

Police were called to a Gatewood Avenue residence to a report of a disturbance. Officers Bryan Brashears and Trey Burrus responded. Two subjects were found to have had a verbal dispute. The subjects agreed to stay at another location for the night.

 

Feb. 1

Police were called to a David Drive residence to a report of an intoxicated subject. Officers Clayton Carney and Rebecca Johnston responded. The caller wanted the subject out of his residence and a family member agreed to pick the subject up.

A Ballard Street resident reported to police that a family member with some medical issues had walked away from the residence. Officers Clayton Carney and Rebecca Johnston responded. The subject was located on South Main Street and family members took him back home.

 

Jan. 31

A Peach Drive resident reported to police that someone had taken her vehicle, a Kio Rio, from her parking area. Officer Bryan Brashears responded. The vehicle was entered into the LINK / NCIC system.

Police were called to Walmart to a report of three subjects that had run from the store with stolen items. Officers Bryan Brashears and John Durr responded. The vehicle was located on Broadway and was stopped on Highway 62. The stolen property was observed in the vehicle. Courtney Gordon, 19, Frankfort was arrested on charges of no operator’s license, theft by unlawful taking (shoplifting), two counts of third-degree unlawful transaction with a minor and disorderly conduct. Two juveniles in the vehicle were charged with theft by unlawful taking (shoplifting).

Walmart security reported to police that a subject had unlawfully taken items from the store and fled. Officer Clayton Carney responded. A search of the area was conducted but subject was not located. The investigation remains open.

Police were called to Five Star on Broadway to a report of counterfeit money being passed. Officer John Durr responded. Two counterfeit bills were recovered and the investigation continues.

 

Jan. 30

Police were called to the Best Western Hotel to a report of subject passed out in the lobby and other subjects causing issues with other guests. Officers Nathan Doty and Aaron Haden responded. After investigating, Joyce Waford, 55, of Lawrenceburg was arrested on charges of tempering with physical evidence and possession of drug paraphernalia. Amber Smith, 32, of Frankfort was arrested on a Franklin County warrant for probation violation. Det. Jeremy Cornish assisted with the investigation.

A traffic stop on North Main Street by Officer Clayton Carney resulted in an arrest. Adrian Abner, 25, Lawrenceburg was arrested on an Anderson County bench warrant for failure to appear.

A Hickory Drive resident reported to officer Nathan Doty that someone had damaged his vehicle while parked in his driveway.

Police were called to a disturbance on Ann Drive. Officers Bryan Brashears and John Durr responded. After investigating Logan Wallace, 21, Lawrenceburg and Crystal Baker, 18, Lawrenceburg were both arrested on the charge of fourth-degree assault.

 

Jan. 29

Police were called to the Senior Citizens Center on Township Square to a report of a subject refusing to leave and causing a disturbance. Officer Bryan Brashears and John Durr responded. Gary Riley, 61, was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct and criminal trespassing.