Convicted Lexington Cop Killer Denied Parole

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Updated: 2/25 8:18 pm
The man convicted in the 2010 death of Lexington Police Officer Bryan Durman was denied parole Tuesday morning.

Glenn Doneghy was convicted of manslaughter and assault for running over and killing Officer Durman.

Doneghy maintained his innocence during his parole board hearing.

It was Doneghy's first chance at parole since he began serving his 20-year sentence. 

He will be eligible for parole again in two years.

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