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Breathitt County Police Standoff Ends Peacefully

Police say the nine-hour standoff in Jackson ended without incident when the suspect answered the door, claiming he was "asleep" through it all.

Former Breathitt County Superintendent Sentenced

Arch Turner has been sentenced to two years in federal prison for a vote buying scheme.

Former Breathitt County Superintendent Pleads Guilty To Vote-Buying

Former Breathitt County superintendent Arch Turner, 66, pleaded guilty to vote buying in federal court Tuesday.

Former Breathitt County Conservation District Administrator Indicted

Former Breathitt County Conservation District Administrative Secretary Debra Marshall is accused of defrauding the district of more than $200,000 for her personal use.

Missing Man Found Dead In Breathitt County

Kentucky State Police say Daryl Anthony Turner is the victim of an ATV crash. His body was found lying in a creek.

Unclothed Inmate Intake For Juveniles Ruled Unconstitutional

A federal judge declared the state policy was unconstitutional based on a Breathitt County Case

Former Breathitt County Sheriff Admits Role In Vote Buying

John L. Turner admitted in federal court Wednesday he provided money to an individual to buy votes in the May 2010 primary election in Breathitt County.

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