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A district judge found more than enough evidence to support the charges in death of David Ingram last month, and sent both cases to the grand jury this afternoon. Following an hour of testimony from Winchester Police Capt. James Hall, Percy Hargrove...
By Todd Kleffman Lincoln County has reached an out-of-court settlement with a Casey County man who filed a federal lawsuit against two sheriff’s deputies, alleging they aided and abetted in the taking of his personal belongings as he was being...
Tags: Civil Laws, Justice System, Laws, Crime, Law and Justice, Judges
By Todd Kleffman A Lincoln County man is being held without bond after he allegedly fired shots at a witness involved in a drug trafficking case against him. Jerry L. McAninch, 40, of 425 Simms Spur Road, is lodged in the Lincoln County Regional Jail...
Tags: Prosecution, Witnesses, Crimes, Crimes, Court Preliminary
By Michael Broihier Monday, Troy Hafley, 37, of Hustonville, was arraigned before Judge Bill Oliver in District Court on charges of wanton endangerment and unsworn falsifications to authorities stemming from a Jan. 14 fire at his flower shop. Hafley...
Tags: Prosecution, Arson, Court Preliminary, Prosecution, Trials
Associated PressFRANKFORT — The Kentucky secretary of state was ordered Tuesday not to implement newly redrawn legislative districts because a judge found that they don’t meet constitutional muster. Franklin County Circuit Judge Phillip Shepherd filed the...
Associated PressFRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - The Kentucky secretary of state was ordered Tuesday not to implement newly redrawn legislative districts because a judge found that they don't meet constitutional muster. Franklin County Circuit Judge Phillip Shepherd filed the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFormer Junction City police chief Jimmy Gipson’s wrongful termination lawsuit against Mayor Jim Douglas is headed to mediation. Bill Erwin, Gipson’s attorney, said Thursday both sides have agreed to try to settle the year-old dispute...
The following cases were resolved in Clark District Court Jan. 24 with Judge Charles Hardin presiding. — Melissa A. Dunn, no or expired registration plate, dismissed; failure to maintain insurance, pleaded guilty, fined; driving under the...
Tags: Fines, Theft, Trials, Punishment, Punishment
The Winchester SunA Winchester man is facing burglary and wanton endangerment charges after he allegedly forced his way into an apartment Sunday night and started a fight. Jeffrey H. Thornberry, 45, of 730 McClure Road, was arrested at 200 Hubbard Road after officers...
Tags: Abusive Behavior, Court Preliminary, Trials
email@example.comBoyle County Jailer Barry Harmon has filed as a candidate for District 54 state representative, a post held by longtime incumbent Mike Harmon. The two are not related. Barry Harmon, a Democrat, handily won his last re-election bid for jailer but said the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA Stanford man pleaded guilty Monday just before he was to go on trial in Boyle Circuit Court on charges related to a Junction City home invasion in 2010. Shawn Durham, 25, entered an open guilty plea to two counts of first-degree robbery and burglary...
BOYLE DISTRICT COURT Cases handled recently in Boyle District Court, listed by name, charge, fine and jail sentence, where applicable, include the following. Court costs also were assessed in most cases. Ages and addresses are listed if available. Judge...
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