|Patel Couple Appears In Federal Court
A couple accused of ‘forcing’ illegal aliens to work in their restaurants in Lexington was in Federal Court for the first time Thursday. Video
|Legally Precedent-Setting Heroin Case In Kentucky
It’s a legal first for Kentucky. A federal jury in Lexington convicted a Clark County man who provided the heroin that led to an overdose death.
|Update: Hearing Set For Richie Farmer To Plead Guilty
Former state Agriculture Commissioner Richie Farmer is scheduled to appear in federal court in Frankfort on Friday the 13th where he is expected to plead guilty in his government corruption case. Video
|Drug Dealer Pleads Guilty To Selling Heroin That Resulted In Death
A Pulaski County man admitted in federal court that he sold heroin to a man who died after using the drug.
|Jackson Woman Sentenced To Prison For Identity Theft And Fraud
Federal prosecutors said Lisa Ann Salyers, 45, of Jackson, was sentenced to 39-months in prison after admitting to stealing someone's identity to buy a car.
|Accused Heroin Dealer Faces Charges Connected To Overdose Death
A Winchester man made his first appearance in federal court Friday after being accused of dealing heroin to a person who died of an overdose, according to prosecutors.
|First Federal Sentence For Sex Trafficking In Kentucky
Marco Antonio Flores-Benitez was sentenced to 15 years in prison as the first person convicted federally in Kentucky of sex trafficking.
|Pain Clinic CEO Sentenced To Prison
The CEO of two out of state pain clinics was sentenced to prison for unlawfully distributing hundreds of thousands of prescription pills to eastern Kentuckians.
|Jackson Woman Indicted For Fraud And Identity Theft
A Jackson, Kentucky woman was indicted for stealing someone's identity to buy a car in Lexington.
|Former Breathitt School Superintendent Due In Court
Former Breathitt County School Superintendent Arch Turner is due in Federal Court on Tuesday in his vote buying case.
|London Doctor Sentenced To Prison For Evading Taxes
London Physician Werner Grentz, 64, was sentenced to 18-months in prison for evading taxes from 1999-to-2010, according to federal prosecutors.
|Kenton County Man Pleads Guilty In Federal Sex Case
Federal prosecutors said Brian T. Henderson II, 35, admitted he tried to meet a 15-year old girl to have sex with her after chatting online.
|Richie Farmer Due In Court Earlier Than Expected
Richie Farmer's arraignment will be earlier than expected.