• On Monday, July 18, around 12:50 p.m., Deputy Seth P’Pool responded to a Kuttawa business for a complaint of a suspicious person. The person was originally on Days Inn Drive, but was located at Huck’s Travel Center across the road, according to the sheriff’s office. He was identified as Mark A. Neal, 52, of Big Clifty. The sheriff’s office said Deputy P’Pool arrested him on public intoxication, possession of controlled substance-first-degree, second offense (methamphetamine) and tampering with physical evidence. In addition, he was served with a Hardin Circuit Court complaint warrant on burglary third-degree and theft (over $1,000 but under $10,000 in value), according to the sheriff’s office. Neal was lodged in the Crittenden County Detention Center.

• On Wednesday, July 20, around 4 p.m., Deputy Keith Suits charged Lucia F. Walbert, 43, of Elizabethtown, on a Hardin District Court bench warrant on failure to appear, according to the sheriff’s office.

• On Wednesday, July 20, around 5:30 p.m., Deputy Suits charged Luke O. Minton, 31, of Russellville on a Warren Circuit Court bench warrant on failure to appear, according to the sheriff’s office. In addition, Minton was served with two Logan District Court bench warrants on failure to appear, according to the sheriff’s office.

• On Wednesday, July 20, around 12:45 p.m., Sheriff Brent White responded to Kuttawa to a report of two commercial vehicles, which had collided near the Huck’s Travel Center. The sheriff’s office said investigation revealed a 2021 Freightliner driven by Kelvin L. Walker, Jr., 51, of Charlotte, North Carolina, sideswiped a 2015 Kenworth owned by MZ Transports of Lake Elmo, Minnesota, which was parked. The sheriff’s office also said no injuries were reported and both vehicles remained in service.

• The sheriff’s office continues to investigate a residential burglary, which is believed to have occurred between June 25 and July 1 of this year on Parkersville Road. Unknown persons forcibly entered a home, while the victims were away, according to the sheriff’s office. The sheriff’s office said that, once inside, they stole a 32-inch Roku TV, a Blu-ray player and two hunting knives. The thieves also did approximately $400 worth of damage to the residence when they forcibly entered the home, according to the sheriff’s office. Anyone with information concerning this crime is asked to contact Chief Deputy Sam Adams at 270-388-2311 or through lyonsheriff.com/report-a-crime.html.

• On Thursday, July 21, around 1:20 p.m., Sheriff White took a report of a stolen mailbox on Panther Creek Road near Macedonia Baptist Church. Unknown person(s) are believed to have stolen the mailbox between 10-11 p.m. the night before, according to the sheriff’s office. Anyone with information concerning this crime is asked to contact Sheriff White at 270-388-2311 or through lyonsheriff.com/report-a-crime.html.

• On Saturday, July 23, around 6:30 p.m., Deputy P’Pool was dispatched to the Lamasco community for a single-vehicle collision. The investigation revealed a 2023 Chevrolet, driven by David Lawless, 43, of Eddyville, was south bound on KY 93 when a deer entered his path, and the driver was unable to avoid a collision with the animal, according to the sheriff’s office. The sheriff’s office said no injuries were reported; however, the vehicle was not drivable.

• On Saturday, July 23, just before midnight, Deputy P’Pool was dispatched to I-69 for a single-vehicle collision. The sheriff’s office said investigation revealed a 2017 Hyundai, driven by Leslie Rhye, 36, of Greenville, was north bound on I-69 when a deer entered her path, and the driver was unable to avoid a collision with the animal. No injuries were reported in this collision.

• On Sunday, July 24, around 11 p.m., Deputy P’Pool located Joshua M. Rowlands, 40, on a traffic stop. The sheriff’s office said Rowlands was arrested on a failure to appear bench warrant out of Lyon District Court where he failed to show up in court to answer a drug-related charge. The sheriff’s office said Rowlands posted bond to the Lyon County jailer and was released.