Bardstown Road home burglarized

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By Jesse Osbourne

Burglars made out with several thousand dollars worth of stolen items sometime on Jan. 13 at a home on Bardstown Road.

According to a police report, a residence at 7655 Bardstown Road was broken into sometime between 5:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Jan. 13.
The victim stated to police that he was not home at the time of the burglary, but his vehicles were still in the driveway. Dogs were also present at the residence, but were housed in a kennel.
The victim told police that he had a vehicle in front of the house that people would occasionally stop and inquire about purchasing it. The victim told police that he suspected one of the people that looked at his vehicle may have returned and entered the house.
According to the police report, the burglars appeared to rummage through all of the rooms of the house.
Items stolen included a Sony Playstation 3 with two controllers and approximately 10 games, a Hewlett Packard printer, a Visio 48-inch flat screen television, a Spikes tactical AR-15 rifle, a Dewalt 10-inch miter saw, a Champion socket set, a wooded jewelry box with various jewelry and $2,000 cash.
The rifle had an estimated value of over $7,000.
Anyone with information regarding the incident is urged to contact the Washington County Sheriff’s Department at (859) 336-5400. Callers can remain anonymous.
Other police news
A one-vehicle injury accident occurred at 12:24 on Jan. 18 on Loretto Road. The Washington County Sheriff’s Department responded. First aid was administered on the scene by Washington County EMS.
Bryant P. Hurrigan of Lexington was traveling north on KY 152 when he ran off the right shoulder of the road and lost control, causing him to veer across the roadway, overturned and ended up  upright in the southbound lane.
According to the police report, Hurrigan refused transport to a hospital by Washington County EMS, but was transported by another driver on the scene.
The sheriff’s department and Springfield City Police handled seven other non-injury vehicle accidents, two of which were hit-and-run incidents. Two other incidents were caused by slick conditions on Hwy. 555 on Jan. 14.