|Last Of 38 Defendants In Drug Case Sentenced
The last of more than three dozen people to be sentenced in a prescription drug ring that operated in northern Kentucky and southern Ohio was sentenced to more than 12-years in prison, according to federal prosecutors.
|Search Warrant Leads To Arrest Of Mays Lick Man
State Police said James Doyle, 48, of Mays Lick, was arrested after investigators said a search warrant turned up several thousand dollars worth of stolen items, including firearms and chainsaws.
|Ewing Man Charged In Connection To Stolen Hunting Dogs And Firearms In Three Counties
State Police said Jeremy Earlywine, 22, of Ewing, is charged with receiving stolen property in connection with the theft of hunting dogs, firearms and hunting supplies in Bath, Fleming and Robertson Counties.
| Firearm Training Certifications Spike Amid New Gun Law Talks
With the uncertainty over whether stricter gun control laws will be passed, the state issued more firearm training certificates in January of this year than they have in any month in the past decade.
|Lexington Man Sentenced For Having Firearms As A Convicted Felon
A Lexington man was sentenced to 46 months in federal prison for possessing firearms as a convicted felon. Prosecutors said Chasmagic Caldwell, 24, admitted to the crime.