We finally got our new water fountain installed at the Gazebo. This was a joint project paid for by your BNA dues, Metro Parks and Dan Johnson’s discretionary funds. The new fountain has a dog bowl and a water bottle filler for runners, as well as the regular drinking bowl. Thanks also to Linda Taylor of the BNA board for pushing this project forward. This is one of the things your BNA dues goes towards. If you are not a member, join today, it’s only $10 per family per year. The more people join, the more things we can do to help our neighborhood. See the link at the top of the page to become a member. Join today and help out.
Unfortunately our Burglaries increase during holiday seasons also. Take extra care to leave extra lights on, inside and out. Lighting is a cheap way of deterring criminals. It’s only a few cents a day to keep porch lights on all night long. Burglars feel that people will see them and that they are more vulnerable. They’re right. The Police and people who pass by are more apt to see what is going on with lighting. Make sure you lock your doors and windows and if you go to visit family or relatives, call the Fourth Division and request a free house watch. For more information call 574-7010. You should also let a trusted neighbor know you’re leaving so they can be an extra set of eyes and ears.
· After the Holidays have slowed down and as soon as possible, all new electrical and valuables should have identifying numbers recorded or engraved and pictures and appraisals done on jewelry and other items. This will ensure that if you are a victim, the police have something to trace your property to you when recovered.
Merry Christmas !
Officer Dean Sturgeon
4th Division Investigative Arrest
Beat 1 Arrest:
700 Blk of S. 8th Street- Abdikarim Omar & Abdinasir Omar were arrested on 12/3/12 for Theft of Services and Criminal Mischief 1st.
800 Blk of S. 5th Street- Lance Ballou was arrested for misrepresenting a printing company algd stealing 40K.
Beat 2 Arrest:
Caldwell & Jackson Street- Demontry Rhodes & Damon Sheckles were arrested for Robbery. They entered a TARC bus & algd began beating the victim with hands and feet and attempted to take the victim’s wallet.
1000 Blk S. Jackson Street- Johnathan Bowman was charged with Robbery 1 of a victim.
Beat 3 Arrest:
1307 Clara Ave- Andrew Wilson was arrested and charged with Burglary 3rd.
837 Denmark- Steven Cardwell was arrested and charged with Burg 3 and Rashawn Maddox with Receiving Stolen property O/500.
3507 Lentz-3539 Kahlert- 3516 Woodruff-3718 Woodruff- Derrick Miller was arrested and charged for algd breaking into several vehicles in the area.
Beat 4 Arrest:
2902 S. 5th Street- A juvenile was taken into custody and charged with Robbery. Algd pointed a gun at the victim and demanded money.
3165 S. 2nd Street- Nikita Massey was arrested and charged for Robbery after a shoplifing case.
929 Central Ave- Kenneth Courtney was arrested and charged for Breaking into a garage.
943 Central Ave- Danny Eversole was arrested and charged Breaking into a garage.
2331 Rodman Street-124 E. Collins Ct- 4313 S. 2nd Street-3923 S. 2nd Street-617 Iowa Ave- 4103 S. 3rd Street- 314 Iowa Ave- Detective Snook arrested and charged Shannon Bosco for Burglary 2nd on all the above listed residences.
Beat 5 Arrest:
3932 Woodruff Ave- Mark Ritchie was arrested and charged with Assault 2nd where he algd stabbed the victim with a knife.
4305 Taylor Blvd- Michael Borden was arrested and charged with Assault 1st where he algd stabbed the victim in the face with a knife.
Beat 6 Arrest:
4609 S. 3rd Street- Michael Wooten was arrested and charged with Robbery. Subject algd approached female victim from behind putting a sharp object to her throat and demanded her purse.
5022 S. 3rd Street @ Arby’s- Michael Wooten was arrested and charged with Robbery. Subject admitted to Detectives he put a sharp object to the throat of a male victim and demanded his money.
4931 S. 5th Street & 513 Lilly Ave- Officer’s arrested and charged Chelsie Allen for Burglary 2nd as she was caught coming out with property from within.
The Brennan House Presents: An Evening with Downton Abbey
Dearest admirers of the British accent, post-Edwardian English history, and dramatic English Aristocrats
The Brennan House Historic Home Proudly Presents:
An Evening with Downton Abbey
January 6, 2013
You are cordially invited to dress in your period finery and join us, at The Brennan House Historic Home, on January 6th at 8pm to watch your favorite British television show in a true period setting! The Brennan House historic home, built in 1868, is the perfect setting to enjoy the new season; a local landmark to parallel the elegance and style of Downton Abbey itself.
The Italianate style mansion and its 16ft ceilings embody Old World, European charm. Once inside, marvel at the hand carved marble mantels, crystal chandeliers, and the library lined with richly bound volumes. Imagine the butler, Carson opening the door, inviting you inside the Brennan House to enjoy an evening of tea, cakes, sandwiches, and red wine.
Schedule of Events
8:00 p.m. : Tour the House followed by Tea, Wine &
Downton Abbey inspired hors d’oeuvres
9:00 p.m. : Enjoy the premiere episode
Downton Abbey Season 3
10:00 p.m. : Costume contest & Raffle prize
Preservation Louisville Members $5 or $10 for Non-Members
You will start your evening by touring the Brennan House and coming to know the remarkable history of the Brennan Family and their one of a kind, unique family collection including over 7,000 original period artifacts, such as an original Tiffany lamp. Come to know the Brennan family as you have the Crawley’s of Downton Abbey. After the tour, and once you have been properly transported to the turn of the century, we will continue on to a tea service set up in the dining room with cakes and sandwiches for you to enjoy at your leisure. Dress in your very best Victorian garb, perhaps mimicking the style of the elegant Countess Cora, or the dashingly handsome Cousin Matthew, for our costume contest. Be ready to vote, as we will have a prize for the best Downton Abbey costume after the show! Also, stick around and see if you will be the winner of our historically inspired raffle prize!
For more information, contact The Brennan House at email@example.com or call (502) 540-5145. Find us online at thebrennanhouse.org or Like us on Facebook!
The Brennan House (1868) is a Victorian mansion in downtown Louisville that is filled with an entirely original family collection. It is listed on the National Register and is a local landmark. The building is the headquarters of Preservation Louisville, Inc. a 501 (C)(3) charitable non-profit organization.