Carlisle Police Chief Homeless After Fire

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Updated: 1/09 3:39 pm
According to police, an overnight fire has left a central Kentucky police chief and his family with nothing.

Carlisle Police Chief Darrell Layne's Baldhill Road home, and everything inside, were a total loss.

The Chief and his family were able to get out safely.

The cause of the fire has not been determined.

The Carlisle Police Department has started collecting clothing and household essentials for Layne and his family.

Anyone who wishes to help can drop off donations at the City Office or the Carlisle Police Department at 107 E. Chestnut Street between 8 am and 5 pm. You may also call (859) 289-3700 for more information.
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