One injured in accident
HARRODSBURG — Police responded to a two-vehicle accident on Thursday, which resulted in one person being transported to the hospital.
Joey Ward of Harrodsburg was driving through a light on Tapp Road when he collided with a two-axle, six-wheel box truck driven by George Gentry of Lexington, who was on U.S. 127.
A witness told Harrodsburg police Ward had the green light. Gentry was driving into the sun and admitted to police there was a glare.
Ward was transported via Emergency Medical Services to Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center, where she was treated and released.
Garrard man injured
A Garrard County man was injured this morning when his vehicle collided with a tractor-trailer on U.S 27 near Suttons Lane.
Doug Crossfield of Tanyard Branch Road was taken via ambulance to the University of Kentucky Medical Center in Lexington for treatment of possible neck and shoulder injuries following the crash, which was reported at 5:51 a.m., said Garrard County Sheriff Ronnie Wardrip.
Crossfield was headed north on U.S. 27 when he tried to turn on to Suttons Lane and pulled into the path of the semi, Wardrip said. Crossfield’s vehicle was struck in the front on the driver’s side, the sheriff said.
The driver of the big rig, Edward Oney of Versailles, was not injured.
Deputy Brandon Conley worked the collision.
Meth Lab found in Lincoln
STANFORD — Deputies responded to reports of toxic fumes Tuesday morning at an apartment on Goshen Cutoff Road.
According to Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department, an active meth lab was located in the attic of the apartment, resulting in arrests for six people:¿Kenny Shelton Jr., 42, of Stanford; Cassi Dowell, 23, of Hustonville; Roger Fox Jr., 28, of Stanford; Chad Stevens, 23, of Stanford; Jason Perry, 29, of Stanford; and one juvenile.
They are charged with manufacturing meth, first offense, and five counts of wanton endangerment. All suspects are being held at the Lincoln County Regional Jail.
Emergency Medical Services had to be called to the scene to treat people in the neighboring apartment who had become nauseated from the fumes.
Police news for Nov. 21, 2012
Police news for Nov. 21, 2012 (November 21, 2012)