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KSP: Louisville man arrested for theft of a motor vehicle

By Tpr. Nick Hale

Campbellsville, KY - On February 12, 2021, Kentucky State Police Post 15 responded to Burdick School Road in Taylor County in reference to a vehicle that was stolen from a driveway. Upon arrival, Trooper Weston Sullivan was informed by the owner of the vehicle he had started his 2005 Cadillac to let it warm up and shortly after, the car was gone.

A couple of hours later the vehicle was located in the Kroger parking lot on Broadway in Campbellsville by off-duty Trooper Billy Begley.

Julian Underwood, age 35, of Louisville, KY was operating the vehicle. Tpr. Sullivan responded to the location, arresting and charging Underwood with TBUT auto- $500 or more but U/$10,000, criminal trespassing - 3rd degree, operating on a suspended or revoked license and DUI 1st offense.

Underwood was lodged in the Taylor County Detention Center.

This story was posted on 2021-02-16 20:13:21
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