Second Suspect in Connection to a Pulaski County Armed Robbery Arrested in Lexington, Kentucky

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SOMERSET, KY - Sheriff Greg Speck reports on February 1, 2021, a second suspect has been arrested in connection with an armed robbery that occurred last month. The Sheriff reports that on January 22, 2021, at approximately 3:52 AM, an armed robbery on Prather Road in Somerset, Kentucky, was reported to the Pulaski County 911 Dispatch Center.

Kentucky State Police Charge Iowa Woman after Weekend Bomb Threat Against a KSP Post

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HICHORY, KY (February 2, 2021) – The Kentucky State Police is reporting that on Sunday evening, January 31, 2021, detectives with Kentucky State Police, Post 1 began an investigation after receiving a threatening message on the Kentucky State Police mobile application.

Three Arrested in Clay County, Kentucky during Theft Investigation of Utility Wire

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MANCHESTER, KY - Clay County Sheriff Patrick Robinson is reporting that on January 31, 2021at approximately 5:50 PM Clay County Sheriff Sgt. Jeremy Gabbard along with Deputy Cody Blackwell arrested Marty Bowling, 26 of Shirley Don Road, Stephen Baird, 27 of Paw Paw Road and Nicholas Root, 29 of Firehouse Road.

Suspected Methamphetamine Located during Investigation of Subject Noted to be Manifestly Under the Influence of Intoxicants

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MANCHESTER, KY - Clay County Sheriff Patrick Robinson is reporting that on February 1, 2021 at approximately 2:00 AM Clay County Sheriff Deputy Coty Arnold arrested Patricia Taylor, 45 of Highway 638.

Robbery Investigation in Kentucky Leads to Pursuit and Arrest of a Mississippi Man

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RICHMOND, KY – The Kentucky State Police, Richmond Post is investigating a robbery that occurred just after 3:00 Monday afternoon, at 'WOW' BP gas station on Lexington Rd, in northern Madison County.

Op-ed by a "Gun Violence" Survivor: In Mere Minutes, Four People, Including the Shooter, Lost Their Lives

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Op-ed by Whitney Austin about CARR legislation in Kentucky

Not everyone gets the chance to look death in the face and come out on the other side with an opportunity to make an impact and save lives. But on September 6, 2018, the opportunity found me when twelve bullets ripped through my body. Thanks to the bravery of the Cincinnati Police Department, the Cincinnati Medical Center, and countless first responders, I survived and was reunited with my precious children and husband.

 

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