Wife of Slain Officer Vows To Keep Fighting Killer's Parole

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 1/20 6:55 pm
A petition to keep a man in prison who killed a Lexington Police officer has received more than seven thousand signatures in only a few days.

Brandy Durman, the wife of Bryan Durman who died after being hit by a car driven by Glenn Doneghy in 2010 posted the petition on the website change.org.

Doneghy is already up for parole later this year because his convictions of assault and manslaughter are considered non-violent offenses in Kentucky. He is eligible for parole after he serves twenty percent of his 20-year sentence.

Durman says she'll participate in a victim's hearing on February 24th, the day before Doneghy's hearing.

According to the Department of Corrections, if Doneghy is denied parole, he can retry every two years.

You can see the petition here.

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