Kentucky State Police, the Taylor County Sheriff’s Office and Campbellsville Police all responded to the Taylor County Detention Center just after one o’clock in the morning Tuesday, July 31st, in regard to a disturbance involving approximately 30 inmates. Shortly after the arrival of law enforcement jail personnel were able to detain and regain control of those inmates. According to Kentucky State Police, an investigation into the incident determined that the disturbance had originated from one particular cell housing 37 inmates. They go on to say that several inmates covered surveillance cameras and detached a steel bedframe from the floor and began using it and other objects to destroy the interior of the cell. The inmates also used the bedframe in an attempt to breach the door of the cell. State Police say significant damage was done to the interior of one cell and that the wall was broken around the cell door nearly breaching it into the hallway. Several inmates were removed and taken to the Marion County Detention Center in Lebanon. Taylor County Detention Center officials say the jail is operating safely. No injuries were detected or reported at the scene. State Police say the investigation into this incident is ongoing and that criminal charges are forthcoming.