Skeletal Remains Found In Pulaski County

(WTVQ)
(WTVQ)
Contributor: Ellen Bryan
Set Text Size SmallSet Text Size MediumSet Text Size LargeSet Text Size X-Large
Share
Updated: 12/16/2013 12:08 am

The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office said they found skeletal remains in a wooded area off of Elihu Cabin Hollow Road today.

Deputies said someone called in to report the human remains around 10 a.m.

Investigators said the bones were sent to Frankfort for examination.

Right now, deputies said evidence suggests that the remains are of John Beach, 34.

According to investigators, Beach went missing in April 2013 after he and his brother ran out of gas while driving along Elihu Cabin Hollow Road.

They said the brothers began walking to find help, but became separated.

As of now, investigators said they do not suspect foul play.

The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office and Coroner’s Office are handing the investigation.

Share
Most Popular
2014 36 Blitz: Corbin Redhounds
Perennial power under new leadership with unlikely connection to the program. Video Video
Police: Woman tried to strangle child with rope
Louisville police say a woman contemplated killing an 8-year-old boy then tried to strangle him with a rope.
Arrest Made In Elderly Man’s Death
A couple of weeks ago an elderly man was brutally beaten to death at his Lexington apartment on Appian Way. Video Video
Postal Facility In Lexington Scheduled To Be Closed In 2015
The U.S. Postal Service's processing and distribution center on Nandino Boulevard in Lexington is scheduled to be closed next year to save money, according to the USPS Website. Video Video
Homemade Explosive Device Goes Off At Lafayette HS
Around 8:30 AM Wednesday an explosive device made out of a soda bottle went off. Nobody was injured. Police found two more devices, and depressurized them. Video Video
Inergize Digital This site is hosted and managed by Inergize Digital.

WTVQ.com supports children's privacy rights. All persons under the age of 13 MUST have parental permission to use this website and direct parental supervision is strongly recommended.