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UPDATE: Accused Floyd County bank robber arrested

61 year old Jeffrey Mullins, of Hager Hill, was arrested Thursday at his home, according to KSP.

Credit union creates Make-A-Wish toy closet in Lexington

The closet will open Wednesday in partnership with Make-A-Wish Ohio, Kentucky & Indiana. 

Police: Ohio man arrested after locking employees’ inside bank

The Pineville Police Department says an Ohio went into the First State Bank of the Southeast and became belligerent toward the staff. 

Kentuckians can access Wells Fargo Settlement Payment Program

Attorney General Andy Beshear says Kentuckians who have not been made whole through previous Wells Fargo settlement remediation programs can now register a complaint with Wells Fargo for possible relief.

LPD: Woman forced at gunpoint to take money from ATM

Police say a woman was walking to her car parked in the St. Joseph Hospital parking garage when a man carrying a gun approached her and demanded money.

Security guard pulls gun on two men during attempted ATM theft

Lexington Police say two men ran off when a security officer pulled a gun out after they tried stealing money from a Chase Bank ATM in Lexington.

Woman charged in connection to 2 bank robberies

A woman was caught by London Police after robbing the Cumberland Valley National Bank and the Forcht Bank in London Thursday.

Police investigating after skimmer found on Wayne Co. ATM

A skimmer device has been found on an ATM machine in Wayne County, according to Kentucky State Police.

Lexington Police arrest a man they say robbed a bank in March

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – The Lexington Police say they have arrested a man that robbed a bank on March 31. Michael T. Taylor, 39, was...

Suspects wanted in forged check scheme

Four men are wanted in connection to a forged check scheme in Laurel County.

UPDATE: LPD release surveillance photos of bank robbery suspects

The Lexington Police Department is asking for help from the community in identifying two people they say were responsible for the robbery of the Chase Bank on Winchester Road on Monday.

Louisville, Lexington Eye Banks to Merge

The state's two eye banks in Louisville and Lexington are merging to better coordinate with Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates and other eye banks around the country.

LPD Investigating Bank Robbery

Police in Lexington believe they have found the weapon used in a bank robbery on Monday, but haven't been able to locate the suspect.

State Police Warn of Phone Scam

In Laurel County, Kentucky State Police say several people have reported a phone scam.

Cincinnati-based Fifth Third Bank to shed 44 branches

Fifth Third Bank says it plans to consolidate or sell 44 branches and five parcels of undeveloped land next year.

Winchester PD looking to identify bank robbery suspects

WINCHESTER, Ky. (WTVQ)- According to the Winchester Police Department's Facebook Page:

Winchester PD: Counterfeit bills being passed at businesses

The Winchester Police Department is warning businesses, banks, and the general public of counterfeit $20 dollar bills that have been being passed around.

UPDATE: Arrest made in Lexington bank robbery

Lexington police say they've made an arrest in a bank robbery.

LPD investigating bank robbery

Police in Lexington are on the scene of a bank robbery at the Fifth Third on Bryan Station Road.

Franklin Co. Sheriff investigates theft ring

The Franklin Co. Sheriff, along with several surrounding counties, are investigating what appears to be a professional theft ring.

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