Man threatens girlfriend
HARRODSBURG — A woman contacted Harrodsburg Police on March 1, claiming she was afraid her intoxicated boyfriend would harm her.
While officers were speaking with the woman on North Main Street, her boyfriend, Jubileo Cruz, threatened to fight her and, using his hand, implied the sign of a handgun, while speaking in Spanish.
As officers attempted to charge him with terroristic threatening, Cruz resisted, resulting in an additional charge of resisting arrest.
Tools stolen from shed
HARRODSBURG — Sometime between Feb. 24 and March 3, a shed belonging to Curtis Selby of Raven Street was burglarized.
Thieves stole a red Troy-Built Pressure Washer, a red Troy-Built Tiller and a black tiller. Total value for the items is about $1,300.
The case remains under investigation. Anyone with any information is encouraged to contact Harrodsburg Police Department.
Victim of hit and run flees scene
HARRODSBURG — Police were contacted when a woman struck a vehicle on Burgin Road on March 1, after the car she hit left the scene of the accident.
Kaitlyn Harder of Harrodsburg contacted the Harrodsburg Police to report the accident, explaining that the vehicle she hit in her 1992 Mercedes Benz, left. It is described as a teal green Chevrolet truck.
There were no witnesses to the accident.
School property damaged
HARRODSBURG — Someone entered the greenhouses behind the Mercer County Ninth Grade Academy, damaging property belonging to the school system over the weekend.
Police were called to the campus when it was discovered someone had damaged and discharged a fire extinguisher and turned on some water, causing the pipes to burst.
The monetary amount of damage is not yet known. There were no witnesses and no suspects.
Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Harrodsburg Police Department.
Stolen road signs recovered
HARRODSBURG — While searching for an individual with active warrants at 543 Bellows Mill Road, police discovered multiple street signs.
David Hall, a resident of the property, gave consent to police to search the premises, where they found the signs. Two were for Beaumont Avenue, one small and one large; one for Marimon Avenue; one for Beaumont Drive; one for Runyon Road; and one for Barr Street.
Hall was issued a citation for receiving stolen property, under $500 and given a court date.