Lexington Woman Accused of Threatening Bush, McConnell

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Updated: 1/05/2012 11:44 pm
A Lexington woman is accused of sending threatening letters to Senator Mitch McConnell and former president George W. Bush.

A grand jury has indicted 49-year-old Susan Mary Collins of Lexington. She's accused of sending one letter to Bush, and one to McConnell, in September. The wording of the letters has not been revealed.

The U.S. Attorney's office says if convicted, Collins could get 15 years in prison.



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