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October 22, 2019

The Elizabethtown Fire Department responded to a structure fire at Amazin’ Glazin’ Donuts this morning at around 6:20 AM. According to officials, a kitchen fire began in a fryer. All three employees at the shop managed to get out with no injuries. The fire was quickly extinguished, and the smoke-filled building ventilated. The business is closed for the day.

An Elizabethtown man was arrested Sunday night in the parking lot of Roses Shopping Center. According to Elizabethtown Police Officer Chris Denham reports that a man identified as Jeffery Stumpf was operating a moped in a reckless manner. After a slow-speed pursuit, Stumpf crashed into a curb and stationary car. He was later found to have a bag of what was believed to be methamphetamine on his person. Stumpf was charged with a DUI and fleeing police. He is lodged in the Hardin County Detention Center.

At a regularly scheduled meeting last night, the Elizabethtown City Council passed an ordinance regarding rates and taxation for food trucks in the city. According to the ordinance, all mobile food vendors are required to pay, on a calendar year basis, a business fee of $250 dollars. Exemptions can be made for food trucks that only set up once a year, or only at certain events. Food trucks that do not pay are subject to fines and citations.

A Bowling Green man was arrested yesterday morning around 4:50 AM by the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office for wanton endangerment and criminal mischief. According to an arrest citation, 60-year-old James Branson fired a pistol during a road rage incident. Bullets struck another occupied vehicle, causing over $1,000 worth of damage. No injuries were reported. Branson is being lodged in the Hardin County Detention Center.

There will be a vaping awareness event this evening at 6 PM at the Pritchard Community Center in Elizabethtown. The Lincoln Trail District Health Department will hold a discussion on how e-cigarettes affect health, their impact on communities, and how kids are using them. Anyone connected to youth and young adults is encouraged to attend. A panel consisting of Dr. John Godfrey M.D. with Hardin Memorial Health, Melissa Phillips with Lincoln Trail District Health Department, and KY Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Youth Prevention Specialist Monica Mundy will be there to answer any questions. Light refreshments will be available.

Hardin County Animal Care and Control will be holding their third “Adopt Your Boo” event from now until Halloween. Adoption fees are dropped to $31, and all vaccines are provided. The event will be held at the Hardin County Animal Shelter located at 220 Peterson Drive in Elizabethtown. Adoption hours are Monday through Saturday 12-4 PM.