Content Tagged 'Kentucky State Police'

Nothing Found After Bomb Threat At Blue Grass Airport
Airport Authorities tell ABC 36 that there was a bomb threat to the Blue Grass Airport this morning.
State Police Add Learjet To Its Fleet; No Cost To Purchase
The Kentucky State Police expanded its aircraft fleet at no upfront cost to taxpayers by acquiring a former U.S. Air Force jet through a military surplus program.
Man Accused Of Keeping Money Collected For Search Fund For Missing Teen
State Police said Randy Gross, 36, of Mount Vernon, solicited money from his co-workers for a fund to aid in the search for a missing teenager, but kept it for himself.
State Police Looking for Anderson County Thieves
State police say they're looking for two men who they believe are responsible for a string of car thefts in the Alton area. Video Video
Ambulance Slides Into Ditch During Emergency Run
State Police said an ambulance in Powell County slid into a ditch while trying to avoid another vehicle while transporting a patient to an area hospital.
Police Crack Down on DUIs on New Year's Holiday
State Police increased patrols for the holiday, trying to catch drivers who got behind the wheel after having a few too many. ABC 36's Paris Lewbel reports. Video Video
Update: Lexington Woman Dies From Injuries Suffered In Earlier Car Crash
State Police said Yarelis Figueredo Romero, 27, of Lexington, died Friday from injuries suffered in a single vehicle crash on December 10th in Madison County.
KSP Starts 'Operation Holiday Lights'
State police will be out in full force across Kentucky looking for aggressive drivers and broken down vehicles through the holiday season. Video Video
Letcher County Teen Killed In Car Crash
State Police said Jenny Christine Watts, 18, of Isom, was killed when she pulled into the path of another car Wednesday afternoon in Knott County.
Update: Foster Parent Charged With Child Abuse
State Police said Natisha Schlabach, 24, of Flemingsburg, was arrested and charged Friday with child abuse following an investigation into an apparent brain injury suffered by her 17-month old foster child.
Annville Woman Dies In Jackson County Crash
State Police said Lida Abner, 72, of Annville, died Monday after her car left Highway 421 near Tyner and struck a culvert. Investigators said Abner was not wearing a seat belt.
Female Prison Employee Accused Of Having Sex With Male Inmate
State Police said Tasha Knuckles, 28, an employee at a state prison in Bell County, is accused of having a sexual relationship with a male inmate.
UPDATE: Deadly Crash Closes Southbound Lanes of I-75 In Whitley County
State Police said one person was killed and two others were injured in a two vehicle collision on I-75 in Whitley County. Video Video
Update: Missing Middlesboro Man Found Dead
State Police said the body of Chris Buell, 35, of Middlesboro, was found Monday in a river in Harlan. He had been missing since November 25th. Investigators said no foul play was suspected.
Update: Arrest Made In Eastern Kentucky Murder
State Police said a Johnson County man was arrested Thursday in connection to the murder of Christina Barnett, 34, of Sitka. Her body was found in Knott County a month ago.
ATV Used As Getaway Vehicle In Pike County Bank Robbery
State Police said an ATV was used as the getaway vehicle after a US Bank branch was robbed in Virgie on Wednesday. Video Video
KSP: Younger Kids Using Drugs
State Police say they've come across cases where kids as young as middle school-age are being caught with drugs like heroin. Video Video
Carroll County Man Charged In Child Pornography Case
State Police said Cody Thomas, 23, of Carrollton, had a computer with more than 100 child pornography videos on it that he was reportedly sharing with others online.
Update: One Of Two Whitley County Jail Escapees Recaptured
Authorities said James Fields, 42, was recaptured overnight in the woods near Williamsburg. Justin Cornett, 24, is still on the loose. Authorities said both inmates escaped from the Whitley County Detention Center Friday evening.
Man Accused Of Murder Was Denied Bond Friday
Lexington Police, in cooperation with State Police, have charged Henry Stacy with the murder of Tom Rogers, 74, of Lexington, who was stabbed to death on November 8, 2013.
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.
Update: Arrest Made In Double Fatal Hit And Run
State Police said an anonymous tip through Facebook led to the arrest of Tony Kegley, Junior, in connection to the hit-and-run death of two people in Morgan County last weekend.
Woman Accused Of Trying To Sell Stolen UK Basketball Tickets
State Police said Jackie Baty, 23, of Clay City, was trying to sell stolen UK Basketball tickets at a business in Bath County.
Update: Cause of Death in Fatal Fire Released
The son of the victims says his niece is being accused of starting the fire that killed her grandparents in Lincoln County. Video Video
Carter County Court Bailiff Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Female Inmate
State Police said Carter County Sheriff's Office Court Bailiff Earl Buckler, 63, of Grayson, is charged with sexually assaulting a female jail inmate.
Crashes Down From 2012 to 2013
State police say the number of traffic deaths in Kentucky has declined since last year.
State Police On Scene Of Deadly Shooting In Beattyville
State Police are on the scene of a deadly shooting on Primrose Lane in Beattyville.
Update: Casey County Woman Dies From Injuries Suffered In House Fire
State Police said Debbie Cooper, 49, of Liberty, died Monday morning from injuries she suffered in a house fire on Saturday.
KSP Conducts State Wide Drug Roundup
Troopers from across the Commonwealth arrested more than 300 Friday.
KSP: Carter County Reserve Sheriff's Deputy A Convicted Felon
State Police said Carter County Reserve Sheriff's Deputy Tracy Dickerson, 61, of Grayson, was arrested for being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm.
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.
Arrest Made In Robertson County Shooting
State Police said Keith Case, 38, of Berry, shot a man Tuesday following an argument over money. Case was charged with assault.
Two-Year Old Girl From Amber Alert Found Safe
An Amber Alert has been cancelled for a Bullit County toddler.
Update: Southbound I-75 Reopened After Crash Near Corbin
State Police said southbound I-75 near Corbin is open again after being shutdown for about three hours following a wreck that involved about a dozen vehicles.
Three People Killed In Pike County Car Accident
State Police said three people were killed in a two vehicle collision on US 119 in the Huddy community of Pike County Thursday morning.
Crab Orchard Man Charged With Attempted Murder
State Police said Danny Brummett, of Crab Orchard, was arrested and charged in connection to a shooting that left his 18-year old granddaughter wounded.
Campton Man Killed In ATV Accident
State Police said Roger Spencer, 61, of Campton, was killed Tuesday when he lost control of the ATV he was driving and went over an embankment in his front yard.
Letcher County Woman Dies In Fire
State Police said Betty Fields, 66, of Letcher County, died in a house fire on Down Hill Drive in the Mayking Community Thursday morning.
Teenager Critically Wounded In Stabbing
State Police said Travis Passmore, 18, of Dunnville, was stabbed multiple times during a fight just north of Russell Springs.
Russell County Man Charged With Rape
State Police said Michael York, 40, of Jamestown, was charged with Rape 1st Degree. He was lodged in the Russell County Detention Center.
Carroll County Couple Accused Of Locking-Up Disabled Daughter
State Police said Billy Ray Mertz, 46, and Robin Mertz, 34, of Carrollton, locked their 23-year old daughter, who suffers from Down Syndrome, in a room for weeks at a time. Video Video
Update: Arrest Made In Reported Drive-By Shooting In Richmond
State Police said Stewart Ballew, 21, of Richmond, was arrested Wednesday in Estill County in connection to a reported drive-by shooting in Madison County.
Marijuana Bust In Manchester Home
State Police said Robert Reid, 57, of Manchester, was charged with having marijuana in his home and growing pot outside it.
State Police Ask For Help Identifying Burglary Suspect
State Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a burglary suspect in connection to a stolen check that investigators said was passed at a bank in Berea.
Victim Identified In Deadly Whitley County Car Crash
State Police said Bernie Kilgore, 48, of Corbin, died in a single car crash on Sunday on Bee Creek Road. His passenger, Charles Clark, 21, of Corbin, was airlifted to UK Hospital.
Taylor County Sheriff's Deputy Arrested For Drug Trafficking
The FBI and State Police said Taylor County Sheriff's Deputy Billy Rice was arrested at his home on drug trafficking charges.
Missing Johnson County Woman Found Dead
On Wednesday the State Police say a woman's body was found off of Highway 80 in Knott County
State Police: Student Brought WW II Training Grenade To Middle School
State Police said a student brought a World War II training grenade to Elliott County Middle School on Monday. No one was hurt. The student was charged.
Clay County Man Killed In Lawn Mower Accident
State Police said drugs and alcohol are suspected as factors in the death of a Manchester man who was killed in a lawn mower accident.
Garrard County Magistrate Accused Of Dealing Drugs
State Police said Ronald Lane, 73, a Garrard County Magistrate, was arrested Thursday on an indictment out of Jessamine County charging him with trafficking prescription pills.
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