Clay County resident accused of murder lodged in JCDC on $1,000,000.00 bond

Mckee, KY —  A 38 year old Clay County man charged with murder is being held on a $1,000,000.00 cash bond in the Jackson County Detention Center located in Mckee, KY.

Harry Halapawakakeaaea Henson is accused of  fatally stabbing Bradley Muncy age 36 of Manchester, KY in an altercation at a residence on Bailey Road in Jackson County on Thursday, February 18, 2016.

Henson was arrested and charged shortly after fleeing the scene but was transported to the hospital where he has been receiving treatment for an injury that he allegedly received during the incident. Mr. Henson is now out of the hospital and lodged in the JCDC.

According to Jackson County Detention Center records, Mr. Harry Halapawakakeaaea Henson was booked into the facility at 6:50 P.M. on Saturday, February 20, 2016.

Photo of the accused courtesy of the Jackson County Detention Center.

Original KSP news release:

KSP Murder Investigation in Jackson County

Annville, KY (Thursday February 18, 2016) — The Kentucky State Police, Richmond Post was called just before 3:00 pm today, in reference to a fatal stabbing that occurred on Bailey Road in Jackson County.

The initial investigation indicates that Bradley Muncy, 36 years old of Manchester and Harry Henson, 38 years old of Manchester were involved in an altercation at a residence on Bailey Road.

During the incident, it is alleged that Harry Henson took out a knife and fatally stabbed Bradley Muncy, and also threatened four other people that were present. Harry Henson fled the scene and was taken into custody a short time later by KSP and the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office.

Bradley Muncy was pronounced deceased at the scene by the Jackson County Coroner.

As a result of the investigation, Harry Henson was arrested and is charged with Murder and four counts of Wanton Endangerment 1st Degree. Henson was transported to the hospital where he is receiving treatment to an injury that he received during the incident.

The ongoing investigation is being investigated by KSP Detective Tye Chavies. He was assisted at the scene by KSP Personnel, the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office, Jackson County EMS, and the Jackson County Coroner.



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