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A day after her home burned for the second time, state police arrested the homeowner for allegedly setting the fire herself. Amy Feltner, 31, of 770 Dogwood Lane, is now facing a single count of second-degree arson for allegedly setting the couch...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSTANFORD — The Harrodsburg man who was wounded after shooting at a Stanford police officer outside Walmart has been released from custody after being discharged from the hospital and posting bond. Jackie Murphy, who is charged with the attempted...
Tags: Walmart, Shootings, Trials, Vietnam War (1955-1975), Theft
The owner of Discount Tobacco wasn’t the only one charged from last week’s raid. According to court documents, state police also charged the person who admitted to delivering the synthetic drugs to the Winchester store. On Thursday, Kentucky...
A convicted sex offender is back in jail after he was accused of raping a woman behind an auto parts store Thursday morning. Scottie K. Townsend, 29, of 125 Buckner St., is charged with first-degree rape and tampering with physical evidence. He is...
Tags: Trials, Prisons, Car Parts, Car Repair
A man accused of having a long-standing sexual relationship with a boy will serve 21 years in prison after pleading guilty to first-degree sodomy Thursday. Robert Craker, 44, of Deland, Fla., admitted to having a sexual relationship with the boy, but...
The man accused of beating his roommate to death with a baseball bat decided to forego his preliminary hearing Wednesday afternoon. Andrew Williamson, 46, of 149 Winn Ave. Apt. 1, has been incarcerated since Sept. 11 on murder and tampering with physical...
email@example.comHARRODSBURG — A Lexington man faces a preliminary hearing next week after Harrodsburg police recovered a gun reported stolen from a Lexington police officer. Algernon Buster, 22, is charged with receiving stolen property, carrying a concealed...
The following cases were resolved in Clark District Court Sept. 12 with Judge Brandy Oliver Brown presiding. — Pamela S. Canter, public intoxication, pleaded guilty, one day; possession of marijuana, pleaded guilty, fined; tampering with physical...
The Winchester SunThe man accused of killing his roommate with a baseball bat earlier this week pleaded not guilty Wednesday afternoon. Andrew Williamson, 46, of 149 Winn Ave., is facing murder and tampering with physical evidence charges after his roommate Joseph Jones...
Tags: Trials, James Hall, Murder
The following cases were resolved in Clark District Court Sept. 5 with Judge Brandy Oliver Brown presiding. — Donnie M. Brown, theft by unlawful taking, pleaded guilty, five days, restitution. — William H. Butler, receiving stolen property,...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Trials, Criminals, Punishment, Judges
firstname.lastname@example.orgJessamine County has the seventh-highest DUI conviction rate among the 120 counties in the commonwealth. The Kentucky Transportation Center provided the DUI conviction-rate report for the past five years to county attorney Brian Goettl in August, and...
email@example.comHARRODSBURG — Edward Johnson claims the video machines confiscated from his store are like the Monopoly game offered by McDonald’s, a promotional sweepstakes entertainment legal under Kentucky’s “vague” gambling statutes....
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