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Daughter Of Versailles' Mayor Pleads Not Guilty To Drug Charges

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 1/18/2013 8:05 pm
Rachel Siegelman, 19, pleaded not guilty to drug charges Friday in Fayette Circuit Court, according to court documents.

Police said she is accused of selling L-S-D and marijuana to an undercover University of Kentucky campus police officer as part of a week long sting.

Investigators said they found the drugs in her vehicle.

Siegelman is the daughter of Versailles Mayor Fred Siegelman.  In a separate case, he pleaded guilty to DUI in February 2012.
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