Franklin Police say counterfeit money was discovered at Kentucky Downs within four days of each other.

A counterfeit $10 was discovered on June 15 and a counterfeit $20 was discovered on June 11.

Officer Tyler Anderson investigated both counterfeit discoveries.

Franklin Police was called to a break in at a residence in the 400 block of Filter Plant Road on Monday, June 15 at about 11 p.m.

The report said drawers, cabinets and dressers in the residence had been opened, but the only item believed stolen was a small amount of coin money.

The report also said it appeared a screwdriver was used to pry the front door open to gain entry into the residence.

Officer Clayton Montgomery filed the report.

The Simpson County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Scottsville woman arrested on five charges after encountering her while investigating a possible medical emergency.

Crystal Dawn Weigel, 44, was charged with trafficking in a controlled substance — methamphetamine, trafficking in marijuana — less than eight ounces, operating on a suspended or revoked operator’s license, possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia — buy or possession.

The arrest citation said marijuana, a methamphetamine pipe and what appeared to be methamphetamine were allegedly in a vehicle occupied by Ms. Weigel.

The citation said empty baggies used for the sale of narcotics and syringes, including one containing a clear liquid, were also allegedly in the vehicle.

The citation also said Ms. Weigel was allegedly in possession of $2,520.

Sgt. Steve Burke made the arrest on Scottsville Road on June 4.

The Simpson County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Woodburn man on five charges including wanton endangerment involving a police officer.

Roger Soard, 62, was also charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs, possession of open alcohol beverage container in motor vehicle prohibited, reckless driving, second-degree criminal mischief and leaving the scene of an accident — failure to render aid or assistance.

The arrest citation said a pick up truck driven by Soard allegedly struck two mailboxes and a road sign on Blackjack Road and allegedly almost struck a law enforcement vehicle.

The vehicle was located on Salmons Blackjack Road where the arrest was made.

The citation said the pick up truck was pulling a trailer with a lawnmower, which were found sitting in the middle of Salmons Blackjack Road prior to the pick up truck being located.

Deputy sheriff Wyatt Harper arrested Soard just before 5 p.m. on Wednesday, June 3.

A Cross Plains, Tennessee man was injured in a two-vehicle collision on Nashville Road at the traffic control light in front of Walmart and Lowe’s on Monday, June 1.

Brian F. Compton, 60, was taken Franklin-Simpson Ambulance Service to The Medical Center at Franklin following the collision that happened at about 11:30 a.m.

The collision report said Compton was the driver of a 2007 Chevrolet HHR passenger car involved in the collision with a 2016 Ram 3500 pickup truck driven by John Killough, 70, of Milton, Indiana.

Franklin Police Officer Robbie Matthews filed the collision report.

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