Kelly Appliance & Vacuum 931-244-7200
D.E. Hill & Son 762-9584
J & G Tire Center 931-762-0078
ELECTRICAL & PLUMBING
Rick's Electrical & Plumbing 931-242-5325
Lynn Electronics 762-0401
EXCAVATING / GRADING
Newton Backhoe Service 931-242-0305
Lawrenceburg Glass 766-1004
Salt Glow 931-279-4780
Aarons Insurance 931-629-8065
Baker Agency 762-4550
Wall-Modrall Insurance 762-6528
Dixon's Fine Jewelry 762-9979
NATURAL FOODSNature's Nuggests 762-2895
Randy's Cycle & ATV 762-2450
PARTY / SUPPLIES
Mo's Pawn Shop 762-2529
Holland's Pharmacy 931-762-2220
By Pass Pools 931-762-7904
Fox Sporting Goods 931-766-0313
Envy Tanning & Spa 931-762-3689
Groucho's Tires 931-762-1707
Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Tuesday Crime Report
A resident of East Big Springs Road filed a complaint with deputies last week, indicating that a pair of dogs had killed a number of his sheep within a time span of a few months. He said that, with twenty-one sheep killed, his total was loss was approximately $4,200. He was able to provide deputies an address of an individual he believed to be the dogs’ owner. The case remains under investigation.
A Jill Drive resident filed a second report with deputies Wednesday, indicating that more checks had been written against his father’s closed bank account. He said that the person responsible had written a check to Dominos in Lawrenceburg for the amount of $45.
Deputies responded to a Morgan Road home last week where the resident reported someone had cut a tire on his truck, resulting in a loss of around $110. He told deputies that he had been having problems with a prowler at his home.
Deputies investigated the theft of a 16 foot, tandem axle trailer valued at $1,300 last week. The owner reported that he had loaned the trailer to a man with the agreement that it would be returned by a specific date. He said the man said he would return it on another day, but that it was never returned. He said that the man is now incarcerated locally and he has not learned the whereabouts of his trailer.
Security personnel at Walmart reported to police officers last week that a man had concealed merchandise on his person, and that he was confronted. They said he refused to stay at on the premises, leaving in a black Nissan car, headed north on Highway 43. They estimated loss to total $42.35.
Police officers investigated last week when a resident of First Avenue in Lawrenceburg reported that someone had stolen two containers containing cash from his home. He said that his prescription Lortab pills were missing, as well. He said that he had sustained a combined loss of approximately $551.
Hit and Run
Police officers were summoned to a home on Goodhope Road Wednesday where the resident reported that her 2011 Nissan Altima had sustained around $400 worth of damage. She said that the person responsible then left the parking lot.
Officers spoke with Walmart security personnel recently, who reported that a woman had returned items for a refund that had actually been stolen. They were able to give officers the information the woman provided, including her driver license information. They said she had received a fraudulent refund of $50.36.
A resident of Baker Lane reported to deputies that someone had stolen her mailbox, resulting in a loss of $150. She said that she had been alerted to the theft by a loud noise in the night that had awakened her.
Deputies spoke with a Cardinal Court resident last week who reported that his mailbox was missing from the end of his driveway. He said the pole was still standing, but that the mailbox was missing entirely. He estimated loss to be $75.