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Police in Kentucky have arrested a second suspect in the fatal shooting of a man and his dog in a parking garage earlier this month.
Police have issued an arrest warrant for 29-year-old Nena Washington, of Frankfort, for complicity to murder.
The suspect, 40-year-old Antonio Bolling, has been charged with murder, according to police.
Chose a gas pump that is more visible from the store and/or video surveillance cameras if possible.
Police say they arrived at the scene and found bullet holes in the front door of an apartment and a man inside the apartment suffering from injuries from an assault during a burglary.
The Franklin County Sheriff's Office says thank you to Frankfort Police for giving them three cruisers.
The two are accused of robbing the Children’s Place in Frankfort.
Frankfort Police Captain Chris Quire says right now, around 50 people have registered, but police still need more.
Frankfort police say residents have reported being visited at their homes by people posing at Frankfort Plant Board employees and asking to come inside.
With teachers from several counties in Kentucky heading to the state capitol on Friday, the Frankfort Police Department is warning of traffic delays.
The Frankfort Fire Department and Frankfort Police Department are investigating a fire at the Plaza Tower.
Frankfort Police say a starving puppy was pulled from under a home Wednesday night.
The Frankfort Police Department is urging everyone to stay off the roads, if at all possible.
Frankfort Police accuse Claude Smith III of firing several shots into an apartment with people inside.
Frankfort Police respond to second burglary in one month at Franklin County Humane Society.
Thieves steal safe and traumatize dog at Franklin County Humane Society.
Frankfort police stopped in McDonald's Tuesday, but they weren't looking for the Hamburglar.
The Frankfort Police Department posted on Facebook that they are creating a “We Care Kit” program that will provide assistance to the homeless, victims of domestic violence, and other individuals in need living in the community.
Police in Frankfort got out in the cold on Monday, to help raise funds for the Salvation Army as bell ringers.