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THE HART COUNTY NEWS-HERALD I July 11,2013 A5 on On July 1, 2013, Ty- ler S. Winchester, age 21, 825 Spillman Rd, Cave City, KY turned himself in at the Hart County Sheriff's Of- fice and was arrested by Deputy Lanny Jewell on a Hart County Grand Jury indictment warrant for burglary 3rd degree and burglary 1st degree complicity. Winchester was lodged in the Hart County Jail in lieu of $25,000.00 cash bond. On June 29, 2013, Hart County Deputy Kenneth Glass arrested Vince Ballard, age 51, 4202 N Dixie Hwy, Bon- nieville, KY. at 1063 Main St, Munfordville, KY on a Hart County Circuit. Court bench war- rant for contempt of court and lodged in the Hart County Jail. Bailard was originally charged with unlawful possession "of methamphetamine pre- cursor, 1st offense. BIG BUBBA BUCKS BELLY BUSTIN BBQ Bliss was de- stroyed by fire on Wednesday, July 3. The Munfordville Fire Department responded to a call at about 8:05 p.m. according to Fire Chief Henry Locke. The cause of the fire has not been determined. THE OUTSIDE OF BIG BUBBA'S BBQ looks normal with even flowers growing, but the inside of the restau- rant was completely gutted by fire last Wednesday night. Horse Cave Police Chief Sean Henry arrested thirty year old Oneal Ervin of Horse Cave Wednesday eve- ning. Chief Henry charged Ervin with possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana, and pos- session of drug paraphernalia. Horse Cave Police Chief Henry arrested twenty six year old Rosario Martinez of Nashville TN early Thurs, ,day morning. Chief Henry charged Martinez with op- erating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, reckless driving, and resisting arrest. Chief Henry was assisted by Horse Cave Officer Derick Murphy. Both men were lodged in the Hart County Jail. Martinez will be evaluated for deportation. Horse Cave Officer Chuck Webb arrested twenty seven year old Nickolas Kleoudis, Columbus OH Sat- urday morning. Officer Webb charged Kleoudis with alcohol intoxication, permit unlicensed operator to op- erate motor vehicle, and endangering the welfare of a minor. Officer Webb arrested forty six year old Dennis Masher of Mooresville KY Friday night. Office Webb charged Mascher with Driving under the influence of alcohol. Both men were lodged in the Hart, County Jail awaiting Bond On Wednesday, July 3, 2013 the Kentucky State Police received a disturbance call at the Love's Truck Stop in Horse Cave in Hart County. Upon their arriv- al, Kentucky State Police Troopers located Theodore J. Rice, 34, of Cookeville TN, and discovered that he had assaulted and allegedly attempted to rape a 40 year old female companion. He had chased her through the parking lot and into ,the business where She was able to reach help. Mr. Rice was apprehended and charged with attempted rape, assault, 4th degree, resisting ar- rest, disorderly conduct, and DUI. He was lodged in the Hart County Jail. Trooper Daniel White is the investigating trooper in this case, and he was assisted on the scene by Troopers Jeremy Smith and Wesley Medley. KSP arrest four with meth lab On Saturday, June 29, 2013 at 3:10 A.M. CST, Ken- tucky State Police received a call of a suspicious ve- hicle on Lone Star Road in Hart County. The caller reported that three subjects were inside an abandoned mobile home at 525 Lone Star Road. Trooper Daniel White, responded to the location and found individuals inside the abandoned trailer. Two indiv.iduals fled the scene on foot while Kevin Cox,45, of Bonnieville was detained. A one step meth- amphetamine lab was located in the residence along with several meth precursors and over 13 grams of fin- ished product of meth. Wesley Cox, 21, of Bonnieville was later apprehended as well. Both were charged with manufacturing methamphet- amine, 1st offense, complicity to manufacturing meth- amphetamine, 1 st offense, unlawful possession of meth precursors, complicity to unlawful possession of meth precursors, burglary 2nd degree, complicity to burglary, 2nd degree,possession of a controlled substance, 1st degree, 1 st offense, (drug unspecified), and complicity to possession of a controlled substance, 1 st Degree, 1st .t See METH ARRESTS, AIO (July I through July 7) Five fatalities reported during Fourth of July Holi- day period Special to The News- Herald Preliminary statistics* indicate that 10 people died in seven separate crashes on Kentucky's roadways from Monday, July 1 through Sunday, July 7,2013. One triple-fatality, mo- tor vehicle crash occurred in Perry County and one double-fatality motor ve- hicle crash occurred in Ma- son County. One single-fatality, mo- tor vehicle crash occurred in each of the following counties: Barren, Green, Jefferson, Pulaski and War- ren. The victims in Barren, Green and Jefferson coun- ties were not wearing seat belts. The crash in Barren County involved the sus- pected use'of alcohol. (Five of the fatalities re- ported above occurred in four motor vehicle crashes during the Fourth of July holiday period, which started at 6:00 p.m. on Weds. July 3 and ended at 11:59 p.m. on Suhday, July 7. The crashes occurred in Barren, Green, Mason and Warren counties. Two of the victims were not wear- ing seat belts and one of the crashes involved the suspected use of alcohol.) Through July 7, prelimi- nary statistics* indicate that 323 people have lost their lives on Kentucky roadways during 2013. This is 74 less than re- ported for this time period in 2012. Of the 257 mo- tor vehicle fatalities, 128 victims were not wearing seat belts. Twenty-nine of the4! motorcycle fatalities were not wearing helmets. The two ATV fatalities were not wearing helmets. One bicycle rider has been killed. Twenty-one pedes- trians have been killed. One fatality involving an animal drawn vehicle has been reported. A total of 65 fatalities have resulted from crashes involving the suspected use of alcohol. As of June 30, Kentucky has had 43 days with zero highway fatalities reported during 2013. Citizens can contribute to highway safety by re- porting erratic drivers to the Kentucky State Police toll-free at 1:800-222- 5555. Callers will remain anonymous and should give a description• of the vehicle, location, direction of travel and license num- ber if possible. *These statistics al'e still preliminary as KSP waits for all local law enforce- ment agencies through- out the state to report any crashes and fatalities that may have occurred in their areas. July 4 On Thursday, July 4, 2013, Kentucky State Po- lice Troopers located Mar- tin "Malty" Lewis Melton in a field in Hart County. He was taken to Caverna Memorial Hospital for ob- servation. The investiga- tion is still ongoing. Melton was reported missing by family mem- bers after he was last seen on Monday, July 1 at 8:30 a.m. Mr. Melton has numer- ous medical issues that could potentially render him incapable of taking care of himself. Addition- ally, Mr. Melton is current- ly wanted through Barren County for Assault 4th De- gree and Persistent Felony Offender 1st Degree. I GOVERNMENT continued from page A4 Hamilton, when describing the need for govern- ment, explained that it is because the passions of men will not conform to the dictates of reason and justice, without constraint. Wow, I find that my, beliefs are in some very good company and this would be a perfect place to end this commentary. However, if you are a history buff or simply paid attention in history class, you may re- call why Hamilton is famously remembered. One of the most famous personal conflicts in Ameri- can history, the Burr-Hamilton duel, arose from a long-standing political and personal bitterness de- Veloped between two men over the course of sev- eral years. These two prominent American politi- cians, the former Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton and sitting Vice-President Aaron Burr, on July 1 I, 1804 allowed their passions to get the best of them. At Weehawken in New Jersey, Burr shot and mortally wounded Hamilton. Tensions reached a bursting point with Hamilton's - get this - journalistic defamation of Burr's character during the 1804 gubernatorial race in which Burr was a candidate. As mentioned earlier, I am thankful for government in fostering a balance in man's passions. After a quick reminder, even though Hamilton and I share the same philosophy and perhaps even the same outspoken journalistic qualities, unlike Hamilton, I just happen to be protected by our government from preventing someone from challenging me to a duel in which my passions could get the best of me as well. Email your thoughts to ICEMETERY continued from page A4 receiving a request, the Cemetery Board will consider whether to approve the installation of a bench. There will be a $250 charge to approve the installation of any bench. 2. Flowers may be placed on the headstones, in .vases on the monuments, or on shepherds' hooks lo- cated near the monuments. After July 7th of each year, to allow for efficient mowingany flowers placed on the ground will be removed by the cemetery. Anyone wishing to retrieve their flowers in advance should re- move them before this date. 3. The Cemetery will remove old floral arrange- ments at the beginning of each mowing season each year. AT-NEED BURIALS 4. There is no fee to anyone for a burial plot in the Old Section of this cemetery, At-need plots are avail- able on a first-come, first-served basis. 5. There is no fee for the burial plots anywhere in this cemetery for members of Cub Run Baptist Church, for a ffiember's spouse, or a member's dependent. 6. There is a fee for Non-members for a burial plot anywhere in the New Section. This fee is $500 and is due in advance of the burial. This fee is waived for anyone with a reservation on file before July 1,2013. RESERVATIONS 7. After January 1, 2004, reservations for specific plots have been required. Reservations are now ac- cepted by the presentation of an approved initialed stone marker accompanied by a $50 fee. 8. A joint reservation for family members for two adjacent spaces will be accepted upon the presentation of a double initialed stone marker and $100. 9. Rocks, concrete blocks, and other unapproved reservations markers need to be replaced with initialed stone markers, and added to the Master Reservations Map by January 1, 2014. After this date, any anony- mous or unapproved reservations markers that exist in the cemetery will be removed. CEMETERY COMMITTEE MEMBERS: Sandra Gardner - Treasurer Doris Thompson CEMETERY BOARD MEMBERS: Mike At~well David Childress Harold Thompson + Cemetery Board Members + Cemetery Manager If anyone needs further information set of the revised rules, please feel free Thanks for your continued or a complete to contact me. support to our cemetery. Ron Gonterman, Cemetery Manager On, Monday, July 8, Hart County Sheriff Boston Hensley and Deputy Kenneth Glass arrested Christine Porter, age 52, at her residence 44 W. R. Meadows Rd, Hardyville, KY. Porter was charged with 27 counts of criminal possession of forged instrument, 2nd degree, as a result of checks being passed at four businesses in Hart County~ Porter was lodged in the Hart County Jail. KSP celebrates 65th Anniversary with. YouTube© Video release The Kentucky State Police (KSP) released the latest episode of 'KSP TV' today. The video is part two of a three-part trilogy highlighting the agency's rich history. KSP TV consists of short films in documentary style format tltat highlight the inner workings of the agency, giving the public an opportunity for a unique look in- side of the agency. To view KSP TV, you can follow this electronic link: For more information about KSP TV, contact the Public Affairs Branch at (502) 782-1780