Elsie Louise Foster Milby was born April 22, 1925 in Green County, KY to the late Willie Stanford and Ollie Green Marr Foster. She departed this life Wednesday, January 5, 2011 at the Golden Living Center/Green Hill Manor, having attained the age of eighty-five years, eight months and ten days.
The Kentucky State Police, Post 15, Columbia, which provides coverage for Washington, Marion, Taylor, Casey, Russell, Green, Metcalfe, Monroe, Clinton, Cumberland and Adair counties will be conducting periodic traffic safety checkpoints at locations approved by the Kentucky State Police Policy and Procedures Manual. These checkpoints will be conducted in an effort to enforce the traffic laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Special attention will be paid to occupant protection (seatbelt adherence), sobriety and insurance and registration violations.
Tim London Anderson, was born May 3, 1958 in Taylor County, KY to the late Otis and Mary Helen Dudley Anderson. He departed this life Thursday, December 30, 2010 at the Taylor Regional Hospital, Campbellsville, KY, having attained the age of fifty -two years, seven months and twenty-seven days.
During the month of November, 2010, there were 39 traffic accidents investigated by the State Police working in the Post 15 area in the 11 counties of Adair, Casey, Clinton, Cumberland, Green, Marion, Metcalfe, Monroe, Russell, Taylor and Washington.
There were two fatalities during the month of November in the Post 15 area:
Mattingly, Melanie; of Springfield, KY, was killed in Washington Co, KY on 11/03/10.
Kemp, Misti; of Jamestown, KY, was killed in Cumberland Co, KY on 11/09/10.
This brings our yearly fatality count to 24 compared with 41 through this same period in 2009.
State wide fatality count stands at 705 compared with 723 through this same period in 2009.
During the month of November, 2010, there were 1010 citations written, 309 courtesy notices written, 1802 vehicles inspected, 811 complaints answered, 118 motorists assisted, 62 criminal cases opened and 251 criminal arrests made.
The Kentucky State Police will begin accepting donations of non-perishable food items on Dec. 5 for its “Cram The Cruiser” food drive. The agency hopes to collect a state police cruiser full of food at its headquarters location in Frankfort and at each of its 16 posts throughout the state. The food will be distributed to local shelters, churches or other organizations serving those in need during the holiday season. Visit the KSP website at kentuckystatepolice.org for a listing of the post locations.