Proposed Bill Honors Slain Lexington Police Officer

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 1/24/2013 9:24 pm
Kentucky lawmakers will consider a bill honoring Bryan Durman.

Durman was a Lexington Police Officer killed in 2010.

Senator Alice Forgy Kerr has filed a bill requiring anyone convicted of second-degree manslaughter to serve 80% of his or her sentence, before being eligible for parole.

Right now it's 20%.

Glenn Doneghy was convicted of hitting Durman with an SUV.

The bill, if passed, would not affect Doneghy's 20-year sentence.
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