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Harrodsburg Police look for woman, truck

Police think woman may have info on stolen truck

Bond set for high speed chase suspect

Bond is set at $250,000 for the driver Kentucky State Police say led officers on a high speed chase that caused a crash.

MCSO: Driver pulled from car before it explodes

A driver was pulled from a fiery crash in Mercer County. The Sheriff's Office says the car exploded as soon as crews pulled the man from the vehicle.

UPDATE: Teens Charged With State Park Vandalism

Three teenagers were charged in connection to recent vandalism at Old Ford Harrod State Park in Mercer County that resulted in the death of a sheep, according to Harrodsburg Police.

Mercer County Man Arrested In Hit-And-Run Accident

Harrodsburg Police said Timothy Stratton, 32, of Salvisa, was driving under the influence when he reportedly hit a vehicle, drove off, nearly collided with a police cruiser before ending up in the middle of a field.

Mercer County Cheerleading Coach Accused Of Leaving Young Child In Car

Mercer County High School cheerleading coach Tonya Barnard is accused of leaving her 2-year old daughter in her car unattended with an opened container of alcohol, according to a report in the Danville Advocate Messenger newspaper.

Update: World War II Veteran Accused Of Holding Knife To Woman’s Throat Now Out Of Jail

A 92-year old man who Harrodsburg Police said threatened a nurse's assistant at James B. Haggin Memorial Hospital on Thursday, is out of jail and undergoing a psychiatric evaluation.

Police: Veteran’s War Flashback Leads To Brief Lockdown At Hospital

Harrodsburg Police said a 92-year old man held a nursing assistant at knifepoint Thursday morning at James B. Haggin Memorial Hospital in Harrodsburg.

Warrant Out In Harrodsburg For Former Grateful Dead Drummer

Harrodsburg Police said a warrant is out for former Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart stemming from a reported assault after a recent show.

Harrodsburg Police: Escapee Turns Himself In

Harrodsburg Police said Austin Howell turned himself in after escaping on Tuesday from a police cruiser.

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