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Former deputy jailer convicted of beating inmate who died

A federal jury has convicted a former eastern Kentucky deputy jailer of using excessive force against an inmate, who died.

UPDATE: Only trauma to dead inmate appeared self-inflicted

An autopsy showed the only sign of trauma appeared to be self-inflicted on a prison inmate who died Tuesday at the Kentucky State Penitentiary, according to State Police.

KSP investigate inmate death in state prison

State Police are investigating the death of an inmate in the Kentucky State Penitentiary in Eddyville on Tuesday.

2 former deputy jailers indicted

A federal grand jury has indicted two former deputy jailers in eastern Kentucky in the death of an inmate in 2013.

City says inmate’s death doesn’t appear suspicious

The City of Lexington says the death of 63-year old Otha Buchanan of Lexington does not appear to be suspicious. He was found unresponsive in his jail cell Friday morning, according to the city.

Deputy Jailers Charged In Death Of Perry County Inmate

State Police said Deputy Jailers Damon Hickman, 36, of Hazard, and William C. Howell, 57, of Estill in Floyd County, were indicted in connection to the death of an inmate at the Kentucky River Regional Jail.

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KEA applauds plaintiffs as Ky court hears challenge to private school vouchers

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