Lawyer Says Murder Suspect Has Brain Tumor

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Updated: 10/11/2013 5:47 pm
Kenneth Keith’s Lawyer says his client is an innocent man. Police arrested Keith earlier this week and charged him with murder in the triple homicide investigation in Danville.

According to his lawyer, Keith has a brain tumor and tow aneurisms.

They also say he doesn’t have money issues, like some are saying.

Police say three people were shot and killed at ABC Gold, Games, And More last month. We've been told Keith owned a Pawn Shop and knew all of the victims.

Keith’s Lawyer says his client is one suicide watch in the Boyle County Jail but it’s a preliminary thing.

He says Keith seemed to be in good spirits and is missing his family.
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