Thousands Sign Petition To Fight Cop Killer's Possible Parole

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 1/20 4:49 pm
A petition to keep a Lexington police officer's killer in prison has thousands of signatures.

And much of the support came within the first 24 hours the it was posted online.

A jury convicted Glenn Doneghy of manslaughter and assault after he ran over officer Bryan Durman in 2010.

Doneghy was sentenced to 20-years in prison.

With time served, he will be up for parole in April.

Durman's wife Brandy wants to make sure Doneghy stays behind bars.

She put up a petition online last Thursday to rally support before a parole hearing on February 24th.

Click here to see the petition.

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