The Simpson County Sheriff's Office arrested a Morgantown woman on eight drug related charges on Thursday, Oct. 1.

The Simpson County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a burglary and theft at a residence in the 2200 block of Macedonia Road on Sunday, Sept. 13.

A Franklin man and Bowling Green woman face a charge of unlawful transaction with a minor for alleged incidents involving a teenage girl.

Kentucky State Police Post 3 personnel investigated 104 traffic collisions during July in the Post 3 area that includes Simpson County. Also during July, Post 3 Troopers and Detectives issued 1,575 citations some of which included 535 for speeding and 140 for seat belt violations; made 16 DU…

 A Simpson County deputy sheriff was injured during an arrest at a Clark Street residence on Tuesday, Aug. 4.

 A Franklin man was arrested on a charge of theft by unlawful taking - auto over $500 by the Simpson County Sheriff's Office on Friday, May 1. 

A Franklin man was arrested on eight charges including a charge of third-degree assault involving a police officer on Monday, Feb. 2.

Simpson County Sheriff's deputies, Franklin Police officers along with the Simpson County Jail K-9 unit assisted a South Central Kentucky Drug Task Force detective with the arrest on Thursday, Jan. 22 of four individuals involved in alleged drug activity in Simpson County.

The Simpson County Sheriff's Office is investigating the theft of a longrifle from a residence in the 600 block of Morgantown Road.

 The Simpson County Sheriff's Office is investigating burglaries at four residences on Thursday, Jan. 8 and Friday, Jan. 9.

 A Franklin man was arrested on a charge of wanton endangerment on Friday, Jan. 2, stemming from an alleged mid-November incident.

 Both northbound and southbound lanes of I-65 in Simpson County were closed between about 6 a.m. - 8 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 18 after numerous traffic accidents on the Exit 6 overpass due to the overpass being covered with ice. The interstate was closed by the Simpson County Sheriff's Office and…

 A fire from a turkey being deep fried was the apparent cause of a fire that gutted a residence at 780 Meador Road on Friday, Nov. 28.