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Contact us at (606) 878-7004. For media inquiries contact the Public Information Officer via email at mzawko@londonpd.com.

London Police arrest man for burglary and theft of Land Rover

LONDON KY— On Tuesday, Oct. 13th at 3:39 a.m. London Police were notified of a stolen vehicle from a residence on Castlewood Drive. Through investigation, Ricky Gilbert, 26, of London was arrested.

Dispatched advised that the homeowner had observed their Land Rover Range Rover backing out of the garage and heading towards North Main Street. At approximately 3:41 a.m. while Sgt. Jacob Bormann and Ofc. Dylan Hampton were patrolling on North Main Street, they observed the stolen vehicle traveling north.

Officers conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and Gilbert was taken into custody.

Officers assisting in the arrest of Gilbert include Cpl. Elbert Riley, Ofc. Andrew Lawson, Ofc. James Williams.

Gilbert was arrested and charged with second-degree burglary, theft by unlawful taking of an automobile $10000 or more but under $1,000,000, failure to wear a seat belt, and no operator's license. He was lodged in the Laurel County Detention Center.
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London Police officers are currently training with the Kentucky League of Cities (KLC) Insurance Services' TI Firearms Simulator and also offer the use of the traveling simulator to other area law enforcement agencies. The Department annually hosts the simulator that allows more opportunities to train in a variety of scenarios that are based on real-life events.

The Department's Instructors, Lt. Travis Hurley and Sgt. Justin Roby, lead officers through scenarios that include facing hostile individuals, domestic complaints, active shooter situations, and home invasions. Ultimately, officers are able to evaluate their responses as they work through de-escalating situations using verbal skills, and determining when to implement the use of force.
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