Police Investigating Man Impersonating Officers In Gallatin Co.

The Gallatin County Sheriff's Office has also seen an uptick in vehicle break-ins.

Shutterstock photo.

(Gallatin County, Ky.) – An investigation is underway after reports of a man impersonating officers in Gallatin County.

According to Gallatin County Emergency Management, a male subject has been knocking on doors in the area of North Main Street and stating he was a law enforcement officer there to serve an arrest warrant.

The man was wearing plain clothes, according to the report.

Police are continuing to investigation, and no other information has been provided at this time.

Anyone with information regarding the impersonator is asked to call dispatch non-emergency line at 859-567-7020.

In other Gallatin County news, the Sheriff’s Office has seen an uptick in vehicle break-ins and thefts at local trailheads.

Motorists are reminded to hide valuables out of sight, or leave them at home, lock your vehicle, and report suspicious activity.

More from Local News


Friendship State Bank Announces 2023 Wilke S. and James W. Lemon Scholarship Winners

The winners come from South Dearborn and South Ripley high schools.

Ohio River Challenge: Paddling 250 Miles to Promote River Recreation

Paddlers will make their way through Lawrenceburg, Aurora and Rising Sun today.

Former Indiana Governor Mike Pence Announces Run for President

Pence is the 10th Republican to declare candidacy for the 2024 election.

Area Teams, Individuals Earn Academic All-State Honors

The Softball Coaches Association of Indiana released their Academic All-State teams this week.

Local Sports Report - June 2-3, 2023

Rising Sun baseball advanced in the state tournament and area runners competed at the Track & Field State Finals.

On Air

Your Hometown Radio Station playing
Pam Tillis - Maybe It Was Memphis

Garth Brooks If Tomorrow Never Comes 4:31
Nate Smith Whiskey on You 4:28
Wynonna No One Else On Earth 4:24
Zac Brown Band Free 4:20