Coroner: Corbin Man Died From Injuries After December Assault

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Updated: 1/04/2013 12:19 am
The Fayette County Coroner's Office says a Corbin man has died from injuries he suffered in a December assault.

It says 55-year-old Jimmie D. Peace died Wednesday night at UK Hospital.

The Coroner says Peace was assaulted at his Corbin home by someone he knew back on December 15th.

The Coroner's report says he was treated at Baptist Regional Medical Center and released... but later had complications from his injuries.

Peace was admitted to UK Hospital on December 21st where he later died.

The Whitley County Sheriff's Department is investigating his death as homicide.




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