Police Roundup - May 31, 2012
Three children were removed from a Whitley County home Tuesday after they were found living in filthy conditions with urine and feces on the floors, according to Whitley County Sheriff Colan Harrell.
Police Roundup - May 30, 2012
Two Indiana residents were trapped in their vehicle after a crash Tuesday on Interstate 75, according to Laurel County Sheriff John Root.
Cannon man indicted for sex abuse
Twenty people were charged in 17 indictments by Monday’s grand jury in Knox County Circuit Court.
London man arrested for murder, arson
A London man was arrested Thursday in connection with the March 29 death of Teresa A. White, 50, according to Kentucky State Police Post 11-London Public Affairs Officer TFC Don Trosper.
Former Ky. State Trooper found guilty
Former Kentucky State Trooper Michael Fred Pennington, 35, was found guilty Friday by a U.S. Federal Court Friday afternoon in London of carrying a firearm during a drug trafficking crime.
Police Roundup - May 22, 2012
On Monday, Laurel County Sheriff’s Deputy Joshua Scott was called to a home on Locust Grove about six miles south of London. There he found a bullet hole in the floor of the home and found a .410-gauge pistol with an empty shell case inside it.
Robbery, drug trafficking included in Laurel County grand jury indictments
The Laurel County grand jury returned Friday indictments including robbery, criminal abuse, burglary, driving under the influence of alcohol and drug trafficking.
Police Roundup - May 21, 2012
Thursday at about 6:35 p.m., a man was found lying in a ditch on Old State Road, about seven miles south of London.
Five Tri-Countians sentenced in U.S. Federal Court
Four from Laurel and one from Whitley County were sentenced in U.S. Federal Court in London this week.
Police Report - May 18, 2012
At the Laurel County Judicial Center Wednesday, Court Security Officers Shane Lynch and Larry Walls discovered a subject trying to enter the building at the security screening area with a white powder.
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