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firstname.lastname@example.orgWarren Lanham, a longtime local law enforcement officer, has been dismissed from the Boyle County Sheriff’s Department after a grand jury questioned his police work and requested an investigation. Sheriff Marty Elliott first suspended and then...
email@example.com“She knew I wanted a family …so it turned into, you know, the kid, the car, the white picket fence and all that.” The American Dream, right. … the white picket fence and all that? Maybe it started out that way in Paul Estes&...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgGov.Steve Beshear emergency regulations last week to place newly identified synthetic marijuana under Schedule 1 of the Kentucky Controlled Substances Act. The action represents the first time synthetic substances have been banned by administrative...
email@example.comOpposition to the Westgate subdivision took another blow Monday night when appeals to halt building on the highly litigated property were denied by the Nicholasville Board of Adjustments. In three unanimous votes on the separate appeals, the board...
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Jessamine judge denies county attorney summary judgment on open-records violation; Woods to get firstname.lastname@example.orgFollowing Jessamine County Circuit Court Judge Hunter Daugherty’s recommendation, the county attorney’s office has conceded to a request by former EMS employee Andrew Wood for several documents surrounding his lawsuit and others that are...
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email@example.comThomas Hager Jr. was alone Wednesday in the exercise room of the Boyle County Detention Center. He sat in a chair in the corner, idling away his recreation time. Hager has been kept in isolation at the jail since his arrest in the May 21 shooting deaths...
Tags: Justice System, Murder, Trials, Litigation, Punishment
Staff WritersIn looking back over the stories published by The Advocate-Messenger in 2012, it was apparent the year started out slowly in terms of big news. But the headlines got bigger as May rolled around and stayed that way throughout the rest of the year. As...
The following cases were resolved in Clark Circuit Court Dec. 13 with Judge William Clouse presiding. — George F. Adams, complicity to theft by unlawful taking, pleaded guilty, sentenced to one year. — Rasheed A. Evans, first-degree...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDanville City Commission unanimously voted Monday to accept changes to the city’s historic preservation ordinance as proposed by the state and recently accepted by the city’s Architectural Review Board. Danville has about six months to get...
email@example.comAfter a year of investigation and scrutiny, Jessamine County Fiscal Court and EMS director Jerry Domidion have been cleared of any wrongdoing in the resignation hearing of former EMT Tina Griggs. A referee decision by the Education and Workforce...
The Winchester SunThe Kentucky Court of Appeals overturned a Clark County man’s murder conviction and life sentence Friday after ruling that his attorney at the time of his arrest was ineffective. Christopher McGorman Jr., 27, will now have a new trial in Madison...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Advocate-Messenger is sticking by an attorney general’s ruling that Danville City Commission violated the state’s Open Meetings Act in its response to the city’s lawsuit asking that the ruling be overturned. In a response filed...
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