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Adair County Man Airlifted After Sunday Morning Wreck in Taylor County

The Taylor County Sheriffs Department investigated a two vehicle accident Sunday morning on Highway 55 (New Columbia Road) sheriff Allen Newton told 99.9 The Big Dawg News that Eric Rowe age 37 of Columbia collided with an auto driven by Greg Ratliff age 64 of Columbia, Ratliff was not injured, Rowe was airlifted to UK Hospital in Lexington.

The mishap occurred at 8:53am Sunday morning and investigated by deputy Josh Patrick with the Taylor County Sheriff Department.

Marion County Man Died in Friday Motorcycle Crash

A Marion County man died after wrecking his motorcycle Friday evening, Big Dawg Radio News has learned that Jon Samuel David Beyer age 25 of Lebanon lost control of his bike while attempting to pass an automobile on Miller Pike in Lebanon, Beyer was pronounced dead at the scene.

The Mattingly Funeral Home is in charge.

Taylor County Man Killed in Friday Morning Accident

 On September 23, 2022 at approximately 8:18 A.M. EST, Kentucky State Police Post 15 Troopers responded to a two-vehicle injury collision on Bengal Rd. in Taylor County.

The preliminary investigation revealed that Cheryl Ann Sanders, age 57 of Campbellsville, was traveling east on Bengal Rd. in a 2013 Honda Odyssey when she struck a Kubota UTV traveling east on Bengal Rd. in the rear.  The Kubota UTV was being operated by Jason Jones, age 69 of Campbellsville.  

Mr. Jones was pronounced deceased at the scene by the Taylor County Coroner.

KSP Post 15 Troopers were assisted at the scene by the Taylor County Sheriff's Office, Taylor County EMS and Fire, and the Taylor County Coroner. The collision remains under investigation by Tpr. Brandon Roark.


Taylor County Grand Jury Returned Indictments This Week

The Taylor County Grand Jury returned indictments this week and the following people are facing charges in Taylor County Court:

Chelsea Davis of Greensburg, burglary & theft.
Jacob A. Caulk of Campbellsville, burglary & theft.
Jeffery L. Hardin of Campbellsville, burglary & criminal mischief.
Christopher Ferguson of Campbellsville, strangulation, unlawful imprisonment & assault.
Chad T. Bagby of Campbellsville, knowingly exploiting an adult.
Lewanda R. Nunn of Campbellsville, knowingly exploiting an adult.
Kristopher L.Janevski of Columbia, possession of methamphetamine.
Christopher Spaulding of Campbellsville possession of fentanyl.
James D. Wood of Campbellsville possession of methamphetamine 
Samuel Lance Tatum of Springfield, burglary & theft.
Donald Routt of Campbellsville, burglary & theft.
Leah Helm of Columbia, DUI
Deborah Harris of Campbellsville, possession of hydrocodone.
Jennifer L. Hicks of Elkhorn/Campbellsville, possession of methamphetamine.

Senator Max Wise Will Be Candidate For Lt Governor

Last night before a large crowd Kelly Craft candidate for Governor of Kentucky announced that she has chosen Max Wise as her Lt Governor, Craft said that Wise has all the qualities that she is looking for in a running mate and that Wise will serve Kentucky. The event was held Wednesday night at Swans Landing in Campbellsville. 

Two Vehicle Accident at Black Gnat Injures One Person on Tuesday

The Green County Sheriffs Department investigated a two vehicle crash on US 68 Campbellsville Road in Green County Tuesday afternoon, sheriff  Robby Beard told 99.9 The Big Dawg that an auto driven by Adena Wilson of Greensburg crossed the center line and collided with an auto operated by Debra Thornton of Greensburg, Beard said that Wilson was not injured, Thornton was transported to Taylor Regional Hospital. The mishap occurred Tuesday afternoon in the Black gnat community and was investigated by sheriff Robby Beard.

Head On Collision Investigated by TC Sheriffs Department

The Taylor County Sheriffs Department investigated a head on collision early Saturday morning on highway 68 New Lebanon Road, sheriff Allen Newton told 99.9 The Big Dawg news that a automobile operated by Shawn Evans of Gravel Switch was driving on the wrong side of the road when he stuck vehicle driven by David Ball age 61 of Campbellsville head on, Ball was treated at the scene and released, Evans was airlifted to U of L Hospital. the head on collision occurred Saturday morning  at 1:25am and was investigated by Deputy Brent Burkhead with the Taylor County Sheriffs Department. 

Greensburg Man Injured in Motorcycle Accident in Taylor County

The Taylor County Sheriffs Department investigated a motorcycle accident just after midnight Sunday morning, sheriff  Allen Newton told 99.9 The Big Dawg news that Blake Loyal age 18 of Greensburg lost control of his bike on Old Mac Pitman Road, Loyal was treated at the scene by Campbellsville-Taylor County EMS and airlifted from the scene to U of L Hospital in Louisville. the accident occurred at 12:14am and was investigated by Deputy Brent Burkhead.

Tree Fire in Campbellsville Extinguished By Firemen



Campbellsville Fire-Rescue was dispatched to a report of a possible tree on fire this morning just after 1am at 106 Brook Street in Campbellsville, upon arrival firefighters found a large tree on fire. chief Chris Taylor told 99.9 The Big Dawg that firefighters used 1000 gallons of water to extinguish the fire. 


We believe this fire is suspicious and anybody with any information please contact Campbellsville Fire-Rescue at 270-465-4131

3 Firefighters on scene


CFD Apparatus on scene

Engine 4 


Assisting Agencies:

Campbellsville-Taylor County Emergency Communications Center


Fire Alarm Sounded Early Today in Campbellsville, House Received Heavy Damage


Campbellsville Fire-Rescue was dispatched to 612 Shawnee drive to the a report of a possible shed fire with exposure to a house. Upon arrival, firefighters found a shed fully involved with the rear of the house and attic with heavy flames and smoke showing. Firefighters searched for occupants, extinguished the fire and provided overhaul. No firefighters or civilian injuries were reported, the cause of the fire is believed to be faulty wiring in the outbuilding. 

The alarm was at 2:20am this morning.

16 Firefighters on scene


CFD Apparatus on scene

Engine 4, Engine 1, Engine 2, Rescue 1 and  Truck 1 

Mutual Aid:

Greensburg/Green County Fire to cover other assignments 


Tractor vs Car Wreck on Bengal Road

Taylor County Sheriffs Department investigated a collision between a tractor and a pickup truck on Thursday, sheriff Allen Newton told 99.9 The Big Dawg that Michael Rakes age 53 of Campbellsville was operating a tractor on Bengal road when he turned into the path of a GMC truck driven by Deborah Calhoon age 53 of Campbellsville. Rakes was not injured Calhoon was taken to Taylor Regional Hospital, the mishap was investigated by deputy Andrew Regan with the Taylor County Sheriffs Department.

Motorcycle Chase From Campbellsville to Greensburg, Man Arrested.

A Campbellsville man was arrested last week after leading police on a high speed chase on a motorcycle, Taylor County Sheriff Allen Newton said that Corporal Steven Dobson observed Robert B. Linton age 26 traveling at a high rate of speed on a motorcycle on Greensburg road, Dobson pursued the motorcycle where the chase ended in Greensburg. Linton was charged with fleeing police, speeding 26 over the limit, reckless driving...

The incident occurred on September 8 at 3:30pm, Greensburg City Police assisted.

Campbellsville Man Arrested Friday Faces Multiple Charges

A man fleeing police Friday morning was arrested after crashing his vehicle, State Police Columbia arrested Gerald Ashbrook age 32 of Campbellsville on charged of speeding 15 mph over the limit, fleeing police, improperly driving on left side of the road, DUI, reckless driving, receiving stolen property and other traffic charges. Ashbrook was arrested by Dexter Colvin with KSP and lodged in the Taylor County Jail.

Campbellsville Man is Charged With Sexual Misconduct

A Campbellsville man is facing numerous counts of sexual misconduct after being indicted last week by the Green County Grand Jury, Green County Sheriff Robby Beard told 99.9 The Big Dawg that Jerry York age 21 was arrested early Monday after turning himself in at the sheriffs department. York is charged with 4 counts of rape, sodomy, sexual abuse, video voyeurism and unlawful use of a minor in a sexual performance. York was taken to the Taylor County Detention Center in Campbellsville.

Woman Charged In Stabbing Incident, Arrested by Campbellsville Police

On Monday, August 29, 2022 at approximately 7:58 P.M., Campbellsville Police received a complaint of a stabbing in the area of South Central Avenue. 


After an investigation, 33-year old Sasha E. Daugherty of Somerset was arrested and charged with Assault 2nd degree.  She was lodged in the Taylor County Detention Center. 


The victim was transported to Taylor Regional Hospital by private vehicle, where she was treated and released. 

The Fire Alarm Sounded Friday Afternoon in Taylor County

Taylor County Firemen responded to 121 Ten Oaks Lane late Friday afternoon, fire chief Howard Dobson reports that upon arrival firemen found heavy fire and smoke coming from a double wide mobile home, the mobile home sustained heavy damage, no injuries reported.

Ten firemen and four apparatus were on the scene for the Taylor County Volunteer Fire Department, the alarm was at 4:16pm Friday afternoon, Campbellsville Fire & Rescue also responded.

Taylor County Grand Jury Indictments

Steven Thompson of Campbellsville, wanton endangerment.

Steven Florence of Campbellsville, robbery 2nd.
Ricky A. Cox of Campbellsville, robbery 2nd.
Jonathon A. Raikes of Campbellsville, strangulation, unlawful imprisonment, assault.
Jordan R. Durham of Campbellsville, burglary 3rd, theft.
Danielle S. Shimek of Campbellsville, burglary, theft, disorderly conduct and unlawful transaction with a minor.
Candice Anglin of Campbellsville, theft.
William Bell of Campbellsville, theft.
Alyssa Curry of Campbellsville, possession of cocaine.
Roy Flores of Columbia, possession of cocaine.
Cory A. Giles of Mannsville, strangulation and felony assault.
Donna S. Kirtley of Campbellsville, possession of methamphetamine.
Anna Keltner of Greensburg, possession of methamphetamine.
Clayton Russell of Campbellsville, possession of fentanyl, opiates and synthetic drugs.
Tesla Milby of Campbellsville, trafficking in fentanyl and synthetic drugs.
Mark R. Angeline of Campbellsville, possession of cocaine.
Rachel McCoy of Campbellsville, trafficking in fentanyl and methamphetamine.
Brandon Gunter of Campbellsville,  possession of methamphetamine.
Eric Smith of Loretto, possession of methamphetamine.

Boating Accident Sends Man to the Hospital

Man airlifted after boating accident Monday at Green River Lake in Taylor County, Big Dawg news learned that Jeff Hillard lost control of his boat traveling 30 feet into a wooded area near the Smith ridge boat ramp, Hillard was airlifted to Uof L Hospital in Louisville. 

The boating mishap remains under investigation by Ky Fish & Wildlife.

Green County Youths Were Injured Friday in ATV/UTV Crash

Green County Sheriff Robby Beard reported to 99.9 the Big Dawg that at least 4 Green County juveniles were injured after a 4 wheeler and UTV hit head on Friday afternoon on Holly Grove Church road, Beard said that three people were air-lifted to UofL Hospital and one person was transferred to Jane Todd Crawford Hospital in Greensburg.

The investigation continues by deputy sheriff Adam Rainwater with the Green County Sheriffs Department.


Marion County Man Injured Friday in Taylor County Accident

A Marion County man was injured Friday afternoon in a two vehicle accident on US 68 New Lebanon road, Taylor County Sheriff Allen Newton told 99.9 the Big Dawg radio that Joseph Miles age 84 of Lebanon was pulling from Palestine Road onto to US 68 and pulled into the path of an auto driven by Timothy Childress of Louisville. Childress was not injured, Miles was taken to Taylor Regional Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

The mishap occured Friday afternoon 4:31pm and was investigated by Sgt. mark Dicken with the Taylor County Sheriffs dept. 

Truck and Motorcycle Collide Monday Night in Taylor County, Man Airfifted

Taylor County Sheriffs Department investigated a vehicle versus motorcycle collision just before 7pm Monday night, sheriff Allen Newton told 99.9 The Big Dawg radio that Preston Keller age 29 of Oklahoma failed to stop at the intersection of Hatcher & Meadow creek road colliding with a motorcycle operated by Timothy Newcomb age 40 of Campbellsville, Newcomb was air lifted from the scene, Keller was not injured. The mishap occurred Monday night at 6:46pm was investigated by Sgt. Mark Dicken with the Taylor County Sheriffs Department.

Green County Man Charged After Digging Up Time-Capsule

A Greensburg man was arrested after digging up the 2004 time-capsule that was buried on the old courthouse lawn, Greensburg Police Chief Wayne Hedgespeth told 99.9 The Big Dawg radio that Danny Richards was observed Sunday night carrying what a appeared to be a large rock in downtown Greensburg, after investigating officers with Greensburg Police discovered that the object was not a rock, it was the time- capsule that was buried in 2004 on the historic courthouse lawn. 

Richards was charged with criminal trespassing, theft, resisting arrest, public intoxication and other charges.

The arrest and investigation by Joshua Keltner and Corporal Davis with Greensburg Police Dept.

Greensburg Man Injured in ATV Accident Saturday Night

A Green County man was injured Saturday night in an ATV accident on the Ward Ridge road in the Mt. Sherman Community, Green County Sheriff Robby Beard told 99.9 The Big Dawg news that Chaney Richardson age 31 of Greensburg dropped his ATV off the edge of the road, traveling down an embankment and overturned.  Richardson was ejected and suffered non life threatning injuries and was transported to Hardin Memorial Hospital in Elizabethtown by Green County EMS.

The mishap occured on the Green/LaRue County line Saturday at 6:36pm and was investigated by Adam Rainwater with the Green County Sheriffs Department. 

Two Men Charged In Hart County Murder Investigation

Magnolia, KY (July 29, 2022)- On Friday evening, July 29th just before 6:00 PM, KSP Post 3 was requested by the Hart County Sheriff's Office to conduct a death investigation in the Magnolia community.  Hart County deputies responded to 10070 Hammonsville Road and located a deceased male in a yard near the residence.

KSP uniformed troopers and detectives responded to the scene, preliminary investigation has revealed Robert W. Myers age 78, confronted some men that were actively taking items from his property, the confrontation lead to Myers sustaining multiple gunshot wounds, contributing to his death.  Robert Myers was pronounced deceased on scene by the Hart County Coroner’s Office, the male suspects were observed leaving the scene in a Uhaul truck traveling north on KY 357 in Hart County.

Two Hardin County men were arrested Saturday, KSP arrested Cecil Daniels age 21 and Brandon M. Hodge both of Elizabethtown were charged with murder, the investigation continues by Kentucky State Police Detectives.




Attorney General's Fraud Fighter' Program Protects Kentuckians

Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced Tuesday his Office of Senior Protection has launched an awareness campaign to protect Kentucky consumers from financial losses associated with scams and fraud.

The initiative, called “Be a Fraud Fighter,” empowers Kentuckians to put a stop to scams, and Cameron says it has a dual purpose. “It puts scammers on notice that their actions will not be tolerated in the Commonwealth, and it arms Kentuckians with the information needed to report and avoid scams. I’m grateful to our staff within the Office of Senior Protection for their diligent work to combat fraudsters and protect Kentucky consumers.”


During the COVID-19 pandemic, scammers capitalized on the circumstances surrounding the global health crisis, including isolation and increased time online, to carry out scams. According to Cameron’s office, In 2021 alone, Kentuckians reported a 135 percent increase in financial losses associated with scams, compared to the same period during the previous year.

“Demand for fraud assistance from our office has grown dramatically from 2019 to 2021, and seniors have borne the brunt of these losses,” said LaDonna Koebel, Executive Director of the Office of Senior Protection. “Our team works hard to inform the public about scams through outreach and speaking engagements and, when possible, mitigate financial losses by assisting consumers with scam reports. We encourage Kentuckians to report scams immediately.”


Funded by the Department of Justice’s Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding grant, the “Be a Fraud Fighter” campaign consists of public awareness messages on radio, digital, and social media platforms. They warn of common scams, share tips to avoid them, and encourage Kentuckians to report scams to the Attorney General’s Office by visiting

To schedule a speaking engagement on scams for your group or organization, contact the Office of Senior Protection by calling 502-696-5300.