Boyle County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Boyle County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 321 West Main Street, Danville, 40422 KY
  • Chief:
Phone: 859-238-1123
Fax: 859-238-1103

Boyle County Sheriff's Office is located at 321 West Main Street, Danville, 40422 KY. The Boyle County Sheriff's Office phone number is 859-238-1123.

Boyle County Sheriff's Office News

***SCAM ALERT*** Boyle county citizens are receiving phone calls from scammers, whom are stating they are deputies from the Boyle County Sheriff's Office. These low-lifes are using actual deputy's names, and are very convincing. They may tell you that a loved one has been arrested, and tell you the name of an actual relative. They then state that you must post bail by purchasing pre-loaded cards, such as Google Play, and sending the cards to them. Please understand that the Boyle County Sheriff's Office will NEVER contact you regarding posting bail. We do not participate in any part of the bail process. If you receive a suspicious phone call, text, email, or letter, please contact us. Do not allow these creeps to victimize you!

Take a look at these photos. If you recognize any of these people, please contact the Sheriff’s Office at (859) 238-1123. We have a few questions for them concerning bank fraud.

On Thursday, 09/20/18, the Boyle County Sheriff's Office conducted a search warrant at 32 E. Madison Ave., in the City of Danville. This was initiated due to findings made during a lengthy drug investigation, also in the City of Danville. Sheriff Robbins and numerous deputies discovered approximately 800 dosage units of Fentanyl, a very dangerous schedule II narcotic, hidden within the apartment. Deputies also discovered a large amount of cash. Lamar M. Ford, age 30 and of Danville, was arrested and charged with two counts of Trafficking In A Controlled Substance (Fentanyl) and Driving On A Suspended License. Primary investigating Deputies are Casey McCoy, Keith Addison and Tanner Abbott. Ford was lodged in the Boyle County Detention Center.

On 09/19/18, at approximately 3:00 A.M., Danville High School was burglarized. Sheriff Derek Robbins is offering a cash reward for information which leads to the prosecution of this thief. If you have information, please contact the Boyle County Sheriff's Office.

On 09/19/18, at approximately 3:00 A.M., Danville High School was burglarized. Sheriff Derek Robbins is offering a cash reward for information which leads to the prosecution of this thief. If you have information, please contact the Boyle County Sheriff's Office.

On 09/19/18, at approximately 3:00 A.M., Danville High School was burglarized. Sheriff Derek Robbins is offering a cash reward for information which leads to the prosecution of this thief. If you have information, please contact the Boyle County Sheriff's Office.

The Boyle County Sheriff's Office will be conducting periodic traffic safety checkpoints at locations approved by Sheriff Derek Robbins. These checkpoints will be conducted in an effort to enforce the traffic laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Special attention will be paid to occupant protection (seatbelt adherence), sobriety, insurance, and registration violations. Approved locations are listed below. - U.S. 127 at KY 300 Intersection - KY 34 at the Boyle/Garrard County Line Bridge. - KY 34 at U.S. 68 Intersection - U.S. 150 at U.S. 68 Intersection - KY 37 at Johnson Branch Rd. Intersection - U.S. 150 at Springfield Rd. Intersection (Both ends of Springfield Rd. - KY 34 at KY 300 Intersection - Old Hustonville Rd. at Airport Rd. in Junction City - U.S. 127 at Boyle/Lincoln County Line - U.S. 150 at Boyle/Washington County Line - KY 37 at KY 243 Intersection - KY 37 at KY 1108 Intersection

The Kentucky Sheriff's Boys and Girls Ranch is cranking up for the 2018 camping season. Each year children ages 8 to 11 from all over the state of Kentucky to include Boyle County spend a fun filled week of swimming, biking, fishing and many other activities at the Ranch in Gilbertsville, Ky. The schedule for Boyle County is the week of June 17 - 22 for the girls and July 8 - 13 for the boys. There is no cost involved for participants. Applications can be picked up at the Boyle County Sheriff's Office, located in the Courthouse. A limited number of slots are available so get your applications in as soon as possible. Thank you, Sheriff Derek Robbins

Boyle County, KY, May 18th, 2018: Sheriff Derek Robbins reports that on May 12th Deputy Phillip Dean responded to Immanuel Baptist Church for a report of a burglary. Investigation led to Clinton L. Hurley, of Danville, being charged with Burglary 3rd Degree and Criminal Mischief 3rd Degree. Hurley has also recently been charged by other law enforcement agencies for several other crimes.

Thanks to everyone for all the messages. We now know their identities.

Thanks to all of you who responded to this post, these suspects have been identified. Thank you for your help! *********************************************** Can you identify anyone in these pics? If so, please contact us. They are suspects in a bank fraud case.

Boyle County is no longer under a tornado warning. We are now under a tornado WATCH until 1:00 A.M.

Boyle County is under another tornado WARNING until 10:30. Some weather sirens are not operating properly for unknown reasons. Stay aware and be prepared.

Boyle County is under a tornado warning. Be prepared to take immediate cover. Stay away from windows.

We would like to introduce you to our latest addition, Deputy Hoppy. Hoppy is a one year old sniffer rabbit, trained to detect the odor of illegal drugs. He can also track suspects and is trained to pounce upon command. Deputy Hoppy will be teamed up with Deputy Dean, as the two have recently competed a four week training session together. “He’s my little buddy now. I can’t imagine working without him” Dean says. Also, Happy Easter and April Fools!

*********************************************** Update: Jefferson has returned home. He is safe. *********************************************** Jefferson Isaac LeDonne, 14, ran away from his home on Spears Lane overnight, Thursday, March 28th. If you know of his whereabouts please notify your nearest local law enforcement, or call the Danville/Boyle County Dispatch Center at (859) 238-1220. Jefferson Isaac LeDonne is 5’04” and weighs 135 pounds. He has black hair, black eyes, a medium build and a dark complexion. He was last seen wearing a dark hoodie, dark jogging pants and tan boots.

Sheriff Derek Robbins reports: On Feb. 28th, 2018, a heroin trafficking investigation led deputies to Atlee Drive, in Harrodsburg. A search warrant was conducted at that address, resulting in the arrest of three people and the seizure of heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, marijuana, and a large amount of cash. Arrested were Wayne J. Johnson, Brandy Ransdell, and Henry Baker. Johnson and Ransdell were charged with multiple counts of trafficking and wanton endangerment. Baker was arrested due to an outstanding arrest warrant. All were lodged in the Boyle County Detention Center.

On March 1st, 2018, the Camp Horsin' Around burglary case was closed. Deputy Jody Adams arrested Steven G. Maxwell, age 39, of Perryville, and charged Maxwell with the following: Burglary 3rd Degree - 4 counts Burglary 2nd Degree - 4 counts Endangering The Welfare Of A Minor Theft By Unlawful Taking / Over $500 Criminal Mischief - 3 counts Maxwell was the only adult involved, as the others are juveniles. Juvenile charges are pending. Maxwell was lodged in the Boyle County Detention Center. The Sheriff's Office was able to recover a portion of the stolen items, however Camp Horsin' Around is still in need of replacement equipment for non-recovered items, before their spring opening date.

******************************************************************************** UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE The suspects have been identified. A full update will be posted soon. Thanks for all the tips! ******************************************************************************** We are seeking the identity of these people. They are suspects in a recent burglary at Camp Horsin’ Around, near Perryville. If you can identify any of them, please contact us.

Sheriff Derek Robbins is very appreciative to announce that Mt. Freeman Baptist Church has recently made a large donation to the Sheriff’s Office K-9 fund. Pastor Curtis Brock with Mt. Freeman Baptist Church presented a $500 check to Sheriff Derek Robbins. This money will be used to help fund the K-9’s upkeep cost. Thank you, Mt. Freeman Baptist Church!

*********UPDATE*******UPDATE************** Kyle E. Smith is now sitting in the Lagrange, Georgia detention center. He was arrested at approximately 1:00 P.M. The stolen vehicle was also located in Georgia. It had been burnt. *********************************************** Boyle County, KY, February 6th, 2018: Sheriff Derek Robbins reports that at approximately 6:45 A.M. Deputy Dean responded to a reported kidnapping victim who had escaped her captor on U.S. 150 just east of Danville. The victim stated that she had been assaulted as she exited a day care facility on East Main Street in Danville. She stated that the suspect came from behind a vehicle and assaulted her. She stated he then forced her into her vehicle and threatened to kill her. She says he forced her to drive away, but shortly afterwards switched seats with her so he could drive. She stated that as the vehicle was travelling on U.S. 150, heading towards Stanford, she jumped from said vehicle while it was moving. She was able to call 911 for assistance. She was transported to Ephriam McDowell Regional Medical Center E.R. for treatment of numerous injuries. The suspect, identified as Kyle E. Smith, did not stop the vehicle and continued east on U.S. 150. The vehicle is described as a green 1999 Mercury Village mini-van, KY license plate number 103JXE. Smith is described as a 6' 03" black male, 22 years old, 230 lbs., with brown eyes. Smith will be charged with Theft by Unlawful Taking - Automobile, Kidnapping, and Robbery. Other charges are also likely. Smith is considered armed and dangerous. If you see Smith or know of his whereabouts, please do not confront him. Notify your local law enforcement immediately.