KSP: Welfare check on children leads to arrest

UTICA, Ky. (WTVQ) – Kentucky State Police say a welfare check led to the arrest of a Utica man.

According to KSP, an anonymous call came in Wednesday, asking someone check on children living with a convicted felon who was in possession of guns at the home.

State Police and Ohio County Sheriff’s Department went to the home and say they found 26-year-old Robert Boggess, a convicted felon.

Troopers say two handguns were at the home.

Boggess is charged with possession of handgun by a convicted felon and was booked into the Ohio County Jail.

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