The Kentucky State Police has arrested a suspect in a threat against schools in Shelby and Anderson counties.
On Wednesday, KSP received a complaint that an Anderson County man was threatening and harassing a female residing in New Jersey. While investigating, KSP discovered that the suspect, Dylan Jarrell, 20, was previously questioned by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in May over social media threats to a school in Tennessee. Continue reading KSP Arrests Suspect in School Threat Investigation→
On October 16, 2018, at approximately 8:34 p.m., the Kentucky State Police Electronic Crime Branch arrested Allen C. Martin, 40, on charges related to distribution of matter portraying sexual performance by a minor.
On Monday, October 15, 2018, at approximately 6:54 PM, Kentucky State Police Post 11, London was notified by Michigan authorities about a female juvenile that was entered as a missing person from the state of Michigan. Michigan authorities advised KSP the missing juvenile was possibly in a semi-truck traveling through the state of Kentucky. KSP Post 11 Troopers and Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Officers attempted to locate the semi-truck on I-75. Continue reading Missing Juvenile Investigation and Arrest / Laurel County→
UPDATE:Eden Hines was found shortly before 4:30 a.m. She has been transported to the hospital by Madison County EMS for evaluation.
UPDATE:Eden Hines is still missing and it is now dark outside. We are asking everyone in the Red Lick Road area to check security and game cameras ASAP for pictures of Eden Hines starting at 1:15 PM today. She was last seen wearing a blue sweatshirt, blue jeans and blue rain boots. Continue reading MISSING Girl Found→
As our city continues to prepare for the Presidential visit Saturday remember this. Heavy traffic congestion is expected from 6 a.m. Saturday through midnight that evening surrounding Alumni Coliseum. If you do not plan to attend the rally or neighboring demonstrations, you are advised to avoid the Alumni Coliseum area throughout the day Saturday. There could be rolling, short-term road closures at any time that could cause temporary delays. Travel to and from campus could be delayed throughout the day Saturday. More information about the rally can be found at https://www.eku.edu/rally
Attorney General Andy Beshear said a cyber-tip from Facebook led his office to arrest a 25-year-old Dry Ridge man for allegedly exchanging sexual images with a Kentucky minor over the Facebook Messenger app.
On Oct. 8, Tyler Lee Day was arrested by Beshear’s Department of Criminal Investigations, Cyber Crimes Unit. Day was charged with 12 counts of use of a minor under 16 in a sexual performance, Class B felonies; two counts of the prohibited use of a communications system to procure a minor for a sex offense, Class D felonies; and two counts of distribution of obscene matter to a minor, Class A misdemeanors. Continue reading Beshear: Facebook Cyber-tip Leads to Arrest of Dry Ridge Man→
On October 9, 2018, at approximately 7:20 p.m., the Kentucky State Police Electronic Crime Branch arrested Mark E. Scoby, 51, on charges related to possession of matter portraying sexual performance by a minor.
Scoby was arrested as the result of an undercover Internet Crimes Against Children investigation. The KSP Electronic Crime Branch began the investigation after discovering the suspect discussing the sexual abuse of children online.
On Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at approximately 9:10 AM, Kentucky State Police Post 11, London received a report of a two-vehicle traffic crash with a fatality on KY HWY 3041 in the Corbin community of Whitley County.
Upon arrival, Trooper Craig Sutton determined that a 2016 Kenworth commercial vehicle operated by Larry W. Lyle, 57, of Lexington, KY was traveling eastbound when he was struck by a 2002 Chevrolet 7500 commercial vehicle traveling westbound, operated by Mitchell T. Shelton, 40, of Williamsburg. Continue reading Fatal Traffic Crash / Whitley County→
The Kentucky Department of Corrections (DOC) is expanding its automatic notification system to provide public alerts in the event of an inmate escape from a halfway house, Commissioner Jim Erwin announced today.
The Red Lick Volunteer Fire Department responded to a house fire north of the Big Hill Store on Highway 421 around midnight on October 9, 2018. Firefighters had to use bolt cutters on a locked gate to get closer the burning structure. The fire was extinguished around 3:30 AM.
The occupants of the house were able to escape unharmed.
Drug Arrest: On 10/07/2018 officers were called to Clark’s BP in reference to a subject asleep inside of a vehicle. The subject was located and gave the officers a name that they later discovered was not his real name. Several pills were located in the cup holder of the vehicle and were identified as Gabapentin tablets. A small amount of Marijuana was located outside the vehicle where the subject had been standing, in an attempt to hide it. Continue reading Berea Police Report Oct. 10, 2018→
The Kentucky State Police, Richmond Post was contacted on Monday, October 1st by Estill County authorities, and asked to investigate an alleged threat that was called into Estill County High School.
The initial investigation alleges that two juveniles made a phone call to Estill County School personnel reporting that there was someone shooting at the school. As a result of the ongoing investigation, two juveniles were taken into custody by KSP Post 7 investigators yesterday afternoon, and lodged in the Breathitt County Juvenile Detention Center charged with Terroristic Threating 3rd Degree and Falsely Reporting an Incident. Continue reading Two Students in Custody Following School Threat in Estill County→
Attorney General Andy Beshear and his Office of Special Prosecutions announced the 10-year conviction of a Boyd County man on two counts of first-degree sexual abuse.
Timothy Ray Sr., 63, of Catlettsburg, was convicted Sept. 27, on the abuse charges for crimes that occurred between 2014 and 2015 to minors. Ray will have his final sentencing hearing in Boyd Circuit Court at 9 a.m. Nov. 8.
In an effort to protect Kentucky’s children, Attorney General Andy Beshear today announced a Scott County man has pleaded guilty to possessing or viewing of matter portraying a sexual performance by a minor and was sentenced to five years in prison.
Aaron Cormier, 37, of Georgetown, pleaded guilty Aug. 6 in Scott Circuit Court and was sentenced by Judge Jeremy Mattox Oct. 1.
On Tuesday, October 02, 2018 at approximately 8:00 AM, Kentucky State Police Post 11, London received a call from Clay County 911 about a possible human body lying in a ditch off KY HWY 421 in the Manchester community of Clay County.
Upon arrival, Trooper Don Trosper located Carol Miller, 68, of Manchester deceased.