Arrested Bardstown Man Claims Gang Killed Officer Ellis

Reported by: Mark Stitz
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Updated: 8/14/2013 6:29 pm
According to the Nelson County Sheriff, Brant Sheckles was arrested at a field party in northern Nelson County last weekend after an alleged assault.

According to the arrest citation, Sheckles threatened a deputy after being arrested. He said, "You saw what happened to one of you when you all crossed us."

The sheriff says Sheckles can be seen in a number of online videos posted by the Bardstown Money Gang.

The threat added a charge of Terroristic Threatening to Sheckles' list of charges.

While Sheckles was already looked at early on in the Ellis murder investigation, Kentucky State Police were told about the threat.
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