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Woman sentenced to 15-years for sex crimes against child

Barbara Gentry admitted to having sex with a 14-year old who was unconscious after being given alcohol and prescription medication, according to the Richmond Register.

Last of three people charged with Lexington man’s murder sentenced

The last of three people charged with the murder of a Lexington man has been sentenced.

Former magistrate sentenced for selling pain pills

A former Kentucky magistrate who illegally sold pain pills during his unsuccessful reelection campaign has been sentenced to 18 months in prison.

Former jail deputy sentenced to 4 years in prison

Authorities say a former deputy jailer in western Kentucky has been sentenced to 4 years in prison.

Laurel County man sentenced for crash that killed his wife

LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) - A Laurel County man who pleaded guilty in connection to a 2018 car crash that killed his wife will...

Armored truck driver sentenced to 37 months in theft

Mark Nicholas Espinosa was sentenced Tuesday in federal court in Louisville.

Man pleaded guilty for DUI crash the killed his mother

A Laurel County man pleads guilty for a DUI crash that killed his mother.

Glasgow woman sentenced to 10 years for deadly car crash

A Kentucky woman has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for causing a deadly car crash.

Frankfort man sentenced for illegally having gun

A convicted felon from Frankfort is headed back to prison after admitting to having a gun, according to prosecutors.

Former Mammoth Cave worker sentenced for stealing from park

A longtime employee at Mammoth Cave National Park was sentenced to two years in federal prison for skimming money from the park's recreational fees.

Rapist sentenced almost 40 years after the crime

The Fayette Commonwealth's Attorney's Office says 64-year-old Donald Berlin is the first offender in Fayette County charged as a result of Kentucky’s SAFE Kit Backlog Program.

Kentucky woman gets jail time for faking cancer to get money

A Kentucky woman has been sentenced to 60 days in jail for soliciting $15,000 in donations while pretending to have cancer.

Columbia man sentenced for child rape and assault

Kentucky State Police say 36-year-old Joshua Gayde, of Columbia, entered a guilty plea to nine charges involving sex crimes against a child under the age of 12.

Texas Mexican Mafia members sentenced for crimes in Ky prison

Two Arizona Mexican Mafia members were repeatedly stabbed with metal shanks, in a cell block in 2018, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office Eastern District.

Man sentenced for assault at federal prison in Lexington

A man was sentenced to 40 months for assaulting someone at the federal prison in Lexington, according to prosecutors.

Drug dealer tied to spike in overdoses sentenced to prison

Admitted drug dealer Jerrod Doolin was sentenced to 13-years in federal prison, according to prosecutors.

Former Dunbar student convicted of making threats to be released after sentencing

On Friday, a judge sentenced Felker to 1 year and six months in prison, which is what the jury recommended.

Shelbyville woman gets 21 years for distributing heroin

According to prosecutors, a 22-year-old fatally overdosed on a mixture of heroin and acrylfentanyl sold by Kari Dawn Yount.

Carter County man sentenced for sexual abuse

Austin McGraw was sentenced to 18 years and must register as a lifetime offender on the Kentucky Sex Offender Registry after being convicted of sexual abuse.

Man sentenced for Trinity Gay’s death will stay in prison longer

D’Vonta Middlebrooks, already serving a 15-year sentence in connection to Gay's death, will spend more time in prison for another charge.

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