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Court/Criminal

  • Former LaRue couple facing charges in Franklin County

     William and Sandra Coy were banned from living in LaRue County for two years as part of the settlement of a 2007 case involving their treatment of animals. The couple again is facing similar charges in Franklin County.

  • Deputy on leave following shooting

     A reported reckless driver has died after being shot by a LaRue County deputy.

  • New Haven man indicted

     A Nelson County grand jury indicted a New Haven man last week on several counts.

    Jesse Layne French, 24, is accused in three separate indictments involving first-degree trafficking in controlled substances. French is accused of selling heroin in an amount equal to or less than two grams to a confidential informant in March. He either acted alone or in concert with David Lucas, according to the court documents.

  • Hodgenville man pleads guilty to two DUIs; third is dismissed

     A Hodgenville man pleaded guilty to a pair of DUIs last month while another charge was dismissed due to the death of the arresting officer.

  • Man accused of throwing hammer at truck

     Larry S. Williams, 62, of Hodgenville was charged Nov. 29 with first-degree criminal mischief, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and second-degree terroristic threatening.

  • News of Record - Dec. 5, 2012

     DUI

  • NEWS OF RECORD: Property Transfers, Dec. 5, 2012

     Jerry W. England and Chrisanna L. England to Bobby D. England and Lissa England, tract 4A containing 5.57 acres of Virginia Cruse agricultural division, $14,500

    JQS LLC to James Q. Shaw Sr. and Patrick Burd, lot 2 of Carrie B. Patterson Estate Subdivision, $62,072.46

    Helping Hands Housing LLC to David Sanders and Mona Sanders, property at 269 East High St., Upton, $10, FMV $11,000

    Kennie Akers and Elizabeth Akers to Dewey McCarol, property on Mount Sherman Road, Magnolia, $130,000

  • New Hope man accepts plea agreement

    A New Hope man who killed a man will spend time in prison after plea-bargaining in mediation.

    David Jerome Willett, 28, of New Hope, was initially charged with murder and second-degree persistent felony offender.

    On Dec. 2, 2010, Willett stabbed Eric Douglas Stallard multiple times, killing him, according to court documents.

  • Nelson Circuit Court Briefs

     • Charles Edward Brothers, 36, of New Haven, was sentenced to three years in prison for one count of complicity to first-degree possession of a controlled substance, five years in prison for one count of intent to manufacture and 12 months in jail for complicity to possession of drug paraphernalia. He was granted probation for a period of five years following set conditions including good behavior, serve six days in jail and report to a probation officer as directed. Brothers possessed methamphetamine, had intent to manufacture it and possessed drug paraphernalia.

  • E'town man charged with trafficking in marijuana

     An Elizabethtown man faces several charges after he allegedly fled from an officer trying to make a traffic stop.