The following calls were received by the Frankfort Police Department, Franklin County Sheriff’s Office, Frankfort Fire and EMS, and Franklin County Fire Department on Wednesday:
• At 6:59 a.m., deputies were called to a non-injury motor vehicle accident on Interstate 64.
• At 8:29 a.m., deputies were called to a criminal mischief complaint at Reynolds Self Storage on Hahn Drive. A caller reported two empty storage units had their walls cut and several items were taken.
• At 10:22 a.m., officers responded to a non-injury motor vehicle accident on the West Plaza Connector.
• At 10:59 a.m., officers were called to a vandalism complaint on O’Brien Street.
• At 3:16 p.m., officers were called to a vandalism complaint at Advance Auto on Versailles Road. A caller reported someone broke a glass door and left on foot.
• At 5:25 p.m., deputies were called to a criminal mischief complaint on Bald Knob Road. A caller reported someone broke into his garage.
• At 7:57 p.m., officers responded to a shot fired complaint on Wilkinson Boulevard. A caller reported hearing a single shot.
• At 8:16 p.m., officers took a theft report on Ashwood Court. A caller reported a stolen bike.
• At 8:58 p.m., officers were notified of an intoxicated driver on Jett Boulevard.
• At 9:16 p.m., officers took a theft report on Owenton Avenue. A caller reported a wallet was stolen from a vehicle.
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