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Police Chief

Local Address: , Kentucky, United States
Bardstown
 
Background

Employment History

Education

  • bachelor of science , administration
    University of Louisville
  • master's degree , criminal justice
    American Military University
  • Southern Police Institute
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Bardstown Police Chief ...
www.kystandard.com, 19 July 2015 [cached]
Bardstown Police Chief Rick McCubbin released an open letter Friday afternoon addressing several recent rumors circulating through the community and said they do nothing but harm an active investigation.
He also vowed that if any rumors are true that concern his department, he will address them immediately.
While the letter was issued in response to an article in Friday's Kentucky Standard and issues surrounding the missing persons case of Crystal Rogers, McCubbin said rumors have hampered other investigations, as well.
Bardstown Police Chief ...
www.kystandard.com, 18 July 2015 [cached]
Bardstown Police Chief Rick McCubbin released an open letter Friday afternoon addressing several recent rumors circulating through the community and said they do nothing but harm an active investigation.
He also vowed that if any rumors are true that concern his department, he will address them immediately.
While the letter was issued in response to an article in Friday's Kentucky Standard and issues surrounding the missing persons case of Crystal Rogers, McCubbin said rumors have hampered other investigations, as well.
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"While some of the things that you may be hearing are true, many are not, yet these things continue to fester, making our job to separate fact from fiction even more difficult," McCubbin wrote.
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McCubbin mentioned recent reports about the possible involvement of one of his officers, Bardstown Police Patrolman Nick Houck, in the disappearance of Rogers, who was dating his brother, Brooks Houck.
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McCubbin said rumors have included Houck being suspended, fired and even arrested.
"This is not true," McCubbin wrote.
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McCubbin said if one of his officers becomes a target of any investigation, that officer would not receive any special treatment.
"I can assure you that if any member of this department is mentioned from your tips, the NCSO will treat that as it would regarding any member of our community and that the NCSO will address this when the time is right, not the BPD," he wrote. "Frankly, either the BPD or the NCSO would investigate a tip involving an officer more rigorously because we hold our officers to a higher standard than any regular citizen of the community."
McCubbin said in an interview with the Standard and in his letter that too often some people jump to conclusions because police don't release many details during an open investigation.
"It is no secret that many in the community have focused on Crystal Rogers' partner/boyfriend in their discussions of the missing person case," McCubbin stated in his letter.
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McCubbin also took issue with some taunts by people about the three unsolved murders, and pointed out that the BPD is not the investigating agency in the Jason Ellis and Netherland murders, nor is it leading the search for Rogers.
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"For those who have asked me, 'Why do you have so many unsolved crimes in Bardstown?' my reply is, 'We do not.' The City of Bardstown/BPD has only one unsolved crime: a bank robbery from December 2014," McCubbin wrote.
McCubbin said the nature of small towns such as Bardstown can be helpful or destructive, and urged the community to focus on Rogers' family.
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Open letter from Chief Rick McCubbin
Bardstown Police Department
Command Staff
www.bardstownpolice.com, 15 June 2015 [cached]
Rick McCubbin
Chief of Police
Chief Rick McCubbin is a 25-year veteran of law enforcement, a native of Louisville where he began his career with the Louisville Police Department in 1987. Chief McCubbin also served as president of the Louisville Fraternal Order of Police from 1995 until 2002 when he was appointed United States Marshal for Western Kentucky. In January 2010, after completing his first career, he decided to immediately return to law enforcement with the Bardstown Police Department. Chief McCubbin is a graduate of University of Louisville with a bachelor of science in administration of justice, a master's degree from American Military University in criminal justice, and is a graduate of the Southern Police Institute (SPI), 108th AOC. Chief McCubbin is also an adjunct at Elizabethtown Community College and teaches in the Criminal Justice Program.
BARDSTOWN, Ky. -- "Someone who knew ...
www.wcpo.com, 23 May 2014 [cached]
BARDSTOWN, Ky. -- "Someone who knew what they were doing... trained in this type of assassination," McCubbin said of who he believes was capable of taking the life of, who he called, one of his best officers.
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Chief McCubbin said.
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Bardstown Police Chief Rick McCubbin
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It's the questions and the not knowing, despite the thousands of tips and hundreds of leads, that still haunt Bardstown Police Chief Rick McCubbin.
Bardstown Police Chief ...
www.kystandard.com, 17 July 2015 [cached]
Bardstown Police Chief Rick McCubbin acknowledged the rumors about Houck's absence Thursday, and said they are false. But when pressed about the details of Houck's cruiser, McCubbin declined to comment.
"He is not on administrative leave. He is not suspended. There's nothing," McCubbin said regarding Nick Houck's duties with the department.
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McCubbin said his officer was due back on Monday and was currently off work with the rest of his patrol platoon as part of his normal duty rotation.
When asked about Houck's police cruiser, McCubbin said he could only confirm that the car had broken down and had to be towed. But it was not in the shop, and the Bardstown Police Department did not have the vehicle in its possession Thursday.
When asked where the cruiser was, McCubbin said that was a question the Nelson County Sheriff's Office would have to answer.
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"I would have to assume that's true," McCubbin said of witnesses' claims that they saw Houck's cruiser passing through the area. "He can take his car anywhere. To me that's not alarming."
McCubbin said it was a take-home car, and Houck's mother lives on the farm on Paschal Ballard Road near the intersection of Balltown and Loretto roads.
McCubbin said Officer Nick Houck, a patrolman, would not have information about the pending search warrant for his family's property.
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McCubbin said patrol officers normally don't have knowledge of pending search warrants even in their own department, and he pointed out that Rogers' disappearance is being investigated by the Nelson County Sheriff's Office.
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