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A2 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 2012 LOCAL THE ADVOCATE-MESSENGER WWW.AMNEWS.COM Obituaries Visit our online obituary archive at ily, never met a stranger and enjoyed helping others. In addition to his mother, Scott is survived by three children, Patton Bohanan “Bo” Pittman, Alissa Marie “Ali” Pittman, both of Stanford, and Kelsey Ray Logue of Danville; a brother, Jeffrey Pittman of Danville; and two sisters, Lynn Pittman of Perryville and Cheryl Tipton and her husband Bo of Cecilia, Ky. A private celebration of life service will be held at a later date. Preston Pruitt Funeral Home has been entrusted with arrangements. Contributions in memory of Scott may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 332 N. Lauderdale Memphis, TN 38105. DEATHS n Richard M. Cooper Jr., 83, of Moreland, died Tuesday. Arrangements are pending at W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home, Moreland. FUNERALS Scott Pittman 1965-2012 Scott Ray Pittman, 46, of Danville, passed away Sunday, April 1, 2012, at his residence. Born Dec. 5, 1965, he was a son of Patricia Lockhart of Danville. Scott was a former printing press operator, loved his children and fam- CASEY Gary Luttrell 1951-2012 LIBERTY — Gary Luttrell, 61, of Russell Springs, died Monday in Lexington. Born Jan. 29, 1951, in Cincinnati, Ohio, he was the son of Alice Luttrell of Russell Springs and the late Preston Luttrell. He was a self-employed gate dealer. In addition to his mother, survivors include a son, Gary Donas Luttrell; and a sister, Marilynn Daniel of Radcliff, Ky. Funeral services will be 1 p.m. ursday, April 5, 2012, at McKinney-Brown Funeral Home with Bro. Morris Bryant officiating. Burial will be in South Fork Cemetery. Visitation will be 8 a.m. ursday until the service. Guestbook available at GARRARD Charles Glenn LANCASTER — Charles Ernest Glenn, 90, of Lancaster, died Monday. He was a son of the late J.K. and Fannie Sparks Glenn and served in the Navy during World War II. He retired from the Bluegrass Army Depot and was a retired Garrard County Schools bus driver. Survivors include his wife, Bessie Glenn; a daughter, Donna Glenn of Paint Lick; stepchildren, Linda Davis of Danville and Donald Warmoth of Harrodsburg; stepgrandchildren and stepgreat-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Judith Gail Glenn. Services will be 1 p.m. ursday at Spurlin Funeral Home. Visitation is 6-9 p.m. today. MERCER Laverne Britton 1922-2012 HARRODSBURG — Laverne Britton, 90, of Harrodsburg, widow of Ralph Britton, died April 2 in Harrodsburg. Born Feb. 8, 1922, in Washington County, she was the daughter of the late James and Madie Lee Long. She was a cattle farmer and former Hallmack employee. Survivors include two daughters, Linda (Dwayne) Quarles and Jan (Larry) Peyton; a sister: Lavona Moody; and a brother, Maurice Long. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Thursday at Ransdell Funeral Chapel. Burial will follow at Spring Hill Cemetery, Harrodsburg. Visitation will be 5-8 p.m. April 4 at the chapel. Dale Thomas Voris 1954-2012 Dale omas Voris, 57, of Harrodsburg, died Tuesday in Harrodsburg, Ky. Born July 23, 1954, in Harrodsburg, he was the son of the late Stanley and Mary Elizabeth Collier Voris. He served in the Air Force and was a member of Burgin Baptist Church. Survivors include two sons, Clinton T. Voris and Aaron Todd Voris; two brothers, Harvey Ray Voris and Michal Voris; and grandchildren, Alexia and Gavin Voris. He was preceded in death by Ricky Alan Voris. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. ursday, April 5, at Camp Nelson National Cemetery. ELSEWHERE Nancy Goodlett FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, Ohio — Nancy Hill Goodlett, 80, of Franklin Township, Ohio, died March 19. Born in McKinney, Ky., she was the daughter of the late Claude R. and Rachel Hughes Hill and graduated from Danville High School as class salutatorian. She retired as office manager from Middletown High School, Middletown, Ohio. Survivors include four sons, David (Milka) of Kansas, James of California, Stephen (Lisa) of Virginia, and Timothy (Lori) of Middletown, Ohio; a sister, Mildred (Patrick) Rousey of Moreland; several grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a grandson, Chad Goodlett and two brothers, Donald Hill and Claude Hill, Jr. A celebration of her life will be 3:30-7:30 p.m. April 9 at the Middletown Senior Citizen Center, Middletown, Ohio. Share memories and condolences at Eggcellent fun Elementary school kids from Kentucky School for the Deaf, at top, race to find plastic eggs filled with treasure Friday during an egg hunt. Above, Dominic Denney, 6, is pleased with her haul. Below, Shalissa McGill, 8, was one of the fortunate few to find a dollar hidden in one of her plastic eggs. Photos by Joanna King POLICEblotter Editor’s note: Taken from the Danville 911 records, the Police Blotter represents a history of the initial calls and the information used by the dispatcher to send officers to investigate complaints. It is not necessarily an indication of what the officer found upon arrival at the scene, or of how police may have dealt with the complaint. APRIL 2 1:10 a.m., officer clearing Aldi’s parking lot. 1:52 a.m., report of four gunshots heard behind a building on Holladay Drive; 1:57 a.m., additional caller also heard gunshots. 2:26 a.m., caller can hear a physical domestic altercation at an apartment; arrest made; social services contacted; children left with a family friend until morning. 7 a.m., three-vehicle, non-injury collision near railroad tracks on South Danville Bypass. 8:16 a.m., caller from Boyle County Health Department is reporting criminal mischief. 8:20 a.m., investigation at Greenline Implements; case report taken. 8:22 a.m., caller wants to speak to an officer in reference to his vehicle that he sold to someone in Danville who has now sold it on Craig’s List without the title being transferred. 10:10 a.m., caller says the driver of a flat bed truck carrying a load of pipe just sideswiped his car then left the scene; officer out with suspect truck on Stanford Road. 10:51 a.m., caller wants to notify law enforcement that his landlord was at the apartment on Madison Avenue threatening to put him out even though they have a court date tomorrow. 11:02 a.m., caller from Valleybrook Drive had tools stolen overnight. 12:10 p.m., state traffic light division is requesting traffic control help at Kentucky Avenue and Lexington Avenue. 12:12 p.m., complaint of loud music coming from a car parked at the back of the basketball court on J.E. Woods Drive. 12:28 p.m., off-duty officer is requesting assistance with a situation between his neighbors; assistance given. 1:35 p.m., someone has attempted to break into a Holladay Drive apartment overnight. 3:33 p.m., three-vehicle collision at Gose Pike and the bypass; assistance given. 4:23 p.m., caller’s 10year-old son was shot with an air gun by a neighbor; assistance given. 5:03 p.m., two adult shoplifters are in custody at Walmart; subject has active e-Warrants from Garrard County; arrest made. 5:22 p.m., report of a fight in progress on J.E. Woods Drive; caller couldn’t advise if there were weapons or how many subjects were involved; 7:20 p.m., caller wants to speak to an officer in reference to slander on Facebook after the fight. 5:53 p.m., family member has received a message from apartment at Long Run Community Apartments requesting help; there is a history of medical issues; assistance given; subject has been incarcerated at Boyle County Detention Center. 6:07 p.m., caller’s deposit money bag is stuck in bank’s deposit drawer; assistance given. 7:11 p.m., report that four juvenile males are smoking marijuana near the Hogsett Elementary School playground. 7:14 p.m., caller has located used syringes in his garbage can on North Third Street; assistance is needed for disposing of them. 7:56 p.m., report of criminal mischief to a vehicle that occurred on East Broadway within the last hour. 9:51 p.m., fire official is requesting an officer at hospital in reference to a patient who has obtained burns from a meth lab; possible meth lab is still in vehicle; turned over to Kentucky State Police. 10:06 p.m., officer returning stolen property to Valleybrook Drive resident. 11:13 p.m., report from Franklin Avenue caller that about eight juveniles are walking toward the end of the road and had been looking into residents’ windows and hitting vehicles with their fists; unable to locate. 11:39 p.m., Wildcat Wearhouse is requesting extra patrol due to special event. Stolen car recovered HARRODSBURG — No arrests were made, but a stolen car was found and returned to its owner Monday morning after a swift search by Harrodsburg Police Department. Stephen Mark ompson of 566 Cane Run St. called police shortly after 8 a.m. to report someone had “just stolen” his 2007 Nissan Frontier pickup, valued at about $10,000. Officer Granville Peyton soon found the truck in the parking lot of the Bluegrass Inn at 830 Noel Ave. e owner was contacted, and the vehicle was returned. “Mr. ompson stated he was very pleased with the quick response and recovery of his vehicle,” Peyton said in his report. 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