Four individuals were arrested on indictments recently by the Hart County Sheriff’s Office.
• David Bruner, 47, of Harrodsburg, was indicted Tuesday on a Hart County indictment warrant, but is currently at large, according to the release. He allegedly stole a 1986 Chevrolet truck, property of Hart County Fiscal Court, and drove it off with it from the HC Road Department, the release said. The vehicle has been located, according to the release.
• Philip D. Horton, 33, of Camner, was arrested Wednesday by HCSO Sheriff Boston Hensley on a HC indictment warrant for trafficking in marijuana, 8 oz. to less than five pounds, first offense, according to a HCSO news release.
The news release said he was lodged in the HC Jail in lieu of a $9,500 cash bond.
• Becky Nunn, 33, of Tampa, Fla., was arrested Thursday by HCSO deputies Caleb Butler and Heather Childress on a HC indictment warrant for flagrant non support and a bench warrant for contempt of court, according to the news release.
The release said Nunn was lodged in the HC Jail in lieu of a $5,168 cash bond.
• Billy J. Rucker, 48, of Munfordville, was arrested by HSCO Sheriff Boston Hensley on a HC indictment warrant for second-degree escape and first-degree persistent felony offender, the release said.
Rucker allegedly committed these charges while he was a Kentucky State Police Trooper, according to the release. He was given the indictment, which was issued in 2003, after he was released from the federal penitentiary on different charges, the release said.
Rucker was lodged in the HC Jail in lieu of a $50,000 cash bond, according to the release.
The release said former Larue County Deputy Jailer Travis Strader was indicted for second-degree escape, complicity.
The charges against the individuals are accusations, not convictions.
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