What's it like being booked into the Fayette County Detention Center? Retired Commonwealth's Attorney, Ray Larson, puts ABC 36's Amber Freeman through the paces of being booked in this week's "Straight Talk with Ray the D.A."
Saving lives is all in a day's work for crews on board Lexington Fire Department's ambulances. Ray the D.A., former Fayette Commonwealth's Attorney, talks to Ashley, Jordan, and Mandy about their roles in the event of an overdose call in this week's "Straight Talk with Ray the D.A."
It's a topic of discussion across the country and right here in the Bluegrass, as Ray the D.A. sits down with Lieutenant Ann Welch to discuss the Lexington Police Department's Special Victims Section about the state's rape kit backlog.
Ray the D.A. visits with Sergeant Jervis Middleton about the procedures police take when making a traffic stop, and takes a look inside a cruiser at the mobile command center officers use to aid them as they keep the roads safe.
Retired Fayette Commonwealth's Attorney Ray the D.A., along with Amber Freeman and V.J. Seltzer, continue their profile of Lexington's mounted police units by exploring the training involved for mounted officers, and for the horses themselves.