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A mother in Knox County was indicted after troopers say she threatened to kill her children and left a loaded 9mm pistol in their toy box.
54-year-old Shawn Floyd was being investigated for human trafficking of minors in several Kentucky counties over the past two years, according to prosecutors.
Her arrest citation says she told police she "drank a bunch of beer" and drove at 150 mph (241 kph). It's unclear what lesson she was trying to impart.
Police say a man and his girlfriend are facing multiple charges, after they say she abused his 4-year-old daughter.
Lexington Police arrested a man after they say he was trafficking marijuana around his children.
Kentucky State Police say Jordan Conn was supposed to be watching a toddler who was found near a Floyd County road.
The Madison County Sheriff's Office says a mother was arrested after her child was spotted running naked in the road Thursday morning.
The Bullitt County Sheriff Beth Campbell will be charged with endangering the welfare of a minor and neglect.
London police say they arrested 30-year-old Sarah A. Sizemore and charged her with first-degree criminal abuse and endangering the welfare of a minor after her child was found malnourished.
Two people were arrested in Whitley County and charged with endangering the welfare of a minor after three children were found in unsanitary conditions.
Police arrested a mother after her children were found in a home with heroin and needles.
The Scott County Sheriff says a woman was arrested after arriving at Eastern Elementary School to pick up some students while intoxicated.
Police in Lexington have cited a mother after her 4-year-old son was found walking around outside in his pajamas.
Danville Police report they responded to a call at Crescent Drive, which sparked an investigation into possible child neglect.
The Laurel Co. Sheriff says a grandmother has been arrested, after she drank too much and called 911 and asked to have her grandchildren removed.
Police said Vicki Jones, 58, of Rockholds, left a 14-month old boy in a hot car while she went in to a store in Williamsburg. She was charged with endangering the welfare of a minor.