Teen pleads not guilty to receiving stolen property

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By Sarah Bennett

A Radcliff teen was arraigned Tuesday in Hardin Circuit Court for seven counts of receiving stolen property, which indictments allege occurred within a three-week span.

Daryl D. Jenkins, 19, was indicted last week for two felony and five misdemeanor counts of receiving stolen property. He pleaded not guilty Tuesday.

According to jail records, Jenkins’ bond is set at $23,000 cash. The teen’s attorney requested a bond reduction, which Judge Kelly Mark Easton, denied citing the defendant’s criminal history.

Last October, Jenkins was arrested for an alleged assault on a Radcliff police officer and multiple charges of fleeing from police, according to police.

He was indicted in November for third-degree assault, second-degree fleeing or evading and giving a false name to an officer. That case is set for a jury trial June 5.