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Man pleads guilty to killing three family members

Prosecutors say Edward Siddens pleaded guilty to avoid a possible death sentence.

Former fishing coach pleads guilty in child porn case

John Parks pleaded guilty to charges of sex abuse and child pornography, according to court records.

Frankfort woman pleads guilty in abuse-neglect case

Prosecutors say 29-year old Heather Roberts, while caring for an adult with a mental disability, negligently placed tape over the adult's mouth.

Woman pleads guilty in connection to Montgomery County murder

Natasha Martin was charged with the murder of Paul Brewer.

Kentucky Islamic leader accused of involvement in a murder for hire plot pleaded guilty

Mahmoud Shaker Shalash entered guilty pleas in federal court to conspiring to kidnap someone and two counts of money laundering.

KY man pleads guilty in child sex abuse case in another country

Micky Rife pleaded guilty Thursday to inappropriately touching two girls under the age of 12 while living in Cambodia, according to prosecutors.

Fatal fight leaves inmate facing a decade in jail

A Prestonsburg resident who admitted killing a Floyd County Detention Center inmate last year faces a decade behind bars.

Lexington man pleads guilty to carjacking

A Lexington man pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to two separate carjackings earlier this year, according to prosecutors.

Lexington man pleads guilty to armed drug trafficking

Ex-con Rakim Moberly, of Lexington, pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to armed drug trafficking with a stolen gun, according to prosecutors.

Man pleads guilty to multi-state bank robbery spree

A man admitted in federal court in Lexington Wednesday that over the course of four months in 2018, he robbed five banks by intimidation in Kentucky, Tennessee and Georgia, according to prosecutors.

Man pleads guilty to trying to arrange sex with minors

The Cyber Crimes Unit says Gillette sought sexual activity with children under the age of eight.

Attorney pleads guilty to beating colleague with Lysol can

The Courier Journal reports Lindsey Scott entered the plea last week as part of a deal that includes a suspended 180-day jail sentence.

Second Garrard County man pleads guilty in tax fraud case

Warren Griffin, II, of Lancaster, pleaded guilty in federal court Thursday to his role in a $15 million tax fraud case, according to prosecutors.

UK student accused of making threats against school pleads guilty

Haily Duvall pleads guilty after being accused of making threats on Snapchat against UK's White Hall Classroom Building, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.

Former Pulaski County caregiver pleads guilty to abusing adult

The Kentucky Office of the Attorney General says 23-year-old Ashley Grimes sat on a resident at the CAKY Somerset facility on July 28, 2018.

Report: Pikeville man pleads guilty to sex trafficking young girls

The Herald-Leader newspaper says 55-year-old Ernest Ray admitted to recruiting girls under the age of 18 for sex acts and paid them with alcohol, money and drugs.

Man pleads guilty in deaths of two Winchester teens

Denzel Hill pleaded guilty Thursday to two counts of facilitation to murder, wanton endangerment and tampering with physical evidence.

Former jail deputy enters plea in death of inmate

A former Kentucky jail deputy charged with manslaughter in the death of an inmate has pleaded guilty to a lesser count.

Pulaski County man pleads guilty in deadly machete attack case

Police say Cody Hall attacked three people with a machete and also shot one of the them.

Former KY doctor pleads guilty to illegally prescribing Suboxone

According to the Office of the Attorney General, 57-year-old Curtis Edens improperly prescribed the drug Suboxone.

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