State Police Search Bourbon County Pond For Weapon Used In 2008 Double Murder

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Updated: 8/14/2012 12:24 am
State Police Dive Teams spent part of Monday searching a pond on Cane Ridge Road in Bourbon County looking for a possible weapon used in a 2008 double murder.

Investigators said an anonymous tip led to the search, which is in an area close to where William Kenney, 46, and Lisa Barker, 42, were shot to death in May 2008.

State Police would not say if divers found any weapons or other evidence that could be linked to the crime.
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