Kentucky State Police Post 4 conducted a traffic stop resulting in a search warrant for a residence in Radcliff. According to a release from the department, a little after midnight on February 22, 2020, troopers conducted a stop on a vehicle being operated by Nicole Lewis of Radcliff. A search of the vehicle revealed marijuana and cash. Information obtained during the traffic stop lead troopers to conduct a search warrant at a residence located at 120 Oak Ridge Drive in Radcliff. The search of the residence lead to the seizure of marijuana, synthetic marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and cash. The investigation led to four individuals being arrested on numerous drug related offences. Nicole Lewis, Gerrod McElroy, Vershawn Gregory, and Nadine Colquitt all were transported and lodged in the Hardin County Detention Center.
The Elizabethtown Police Foundation will be presenting a celebration of culture and diversity next month. The Festival of Unity will be taking place at the Historic State Theater on March 28th from 11 AM to 2 PM. There will be various foods and entertainment from across the world. The event will be followed by a showing of Remember the Titans at the State Theater, complete with free popcorn and soft drink.
Elizabethtown Community and Technical College will be holding their Beacons of Light celebration this Thursday. The event will be held at ECTC from 5 to 7 PM. The honorees are Sandra Cameron, longtime faculty member of ECTC, as well as her son, new Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron. Food will be provided by the ECTC Culinary Arts Department.
The Penguin Plunge will be taking place this Saturday, February 29th. The event will be taking place at Bluegrass Cellular on Ring Road, and funds from the event will go to the Junior Achievement program. For more information or to donate, visit the Junior Achievement website.