KSP: Murder Suspects Caught While Asking For Directions

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Updated: 8/04/2012 12:39 am
        State police say they arrested two murder suspects after one of them stopped and asked a trooper for directions.

        Detectives from Marion, Indiana served murder warrants on James Griffith and Lacy Bradley last night.

        They were arrested in Franklin County July 25th on unrelated charges.

        State police say that's when Griffith was on a motorcycle following a van Bradley was driving and the two pulled into a gas station off KY-151.

        Investigators say when Griffith asked troopers for directions, they noticed the bike has expired tags.

        At one point, investigators say Bradley got out of the van and was later tased when she head butted and kicked the troopers.
        
        Police searched the van and say they found drugs, weapons, and evidence linking the two to the Indiana murder.

       There's no word yet on when the pair will be taken back to Indiana.
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