[ditty_news_ticker id="349423"]

83.3 F
Lexington
Friday, June 18, 2021
Tags Shot

Tag: Shot

Lexington PD: Teenager Shot In Elbow

Lexington Police said a teenager was shot in the elbow Monday afternoon. Officers were called around 5:45 to the 400 block of Ash Street.

UPDATE: Man Shot At Lexington Park Dies

The Fayette County Coroner said the man shot in the head Sunday night at a park in Lexington did not survive.

Man Shot In The Head At Lexington Park

Officers are on the hunt for a shooter that opened fire in a crowded lexington park... hitting a man in the head.

UPDATE: Police Cont. Search For Suspect After Lexington Park Shooting

Police want to find the person they said opened fire in a crowded Lexington park and critically wounded a 21-year-old man.

Update: Names Released of Hotel Robbery Suspects

Lexington police are trying to figure out if two men who were charged with robbing three guests at the Bluegrass Extended Stay Hotel knew their alleged victims.

Man Allegedly Shoots Brother During Argument

State Police were told Wednesday afternoon that a shooting had happened between two brothers on Slusher Town Road in Clay County.

Man Wanted in Ohio Murder Arrested in Lexington

Lexington police said a man accused of murder in an Ohio murder was caught at a Lexington bus stop Thursday morning.

Man Accused of Shooting at Workers Repossessing His Truck

Lexington police said they were sent to Bryan Station and Muir Station Thursday night after a tow truck driver and passenger told them a man shot at them as they tried to repossess his truck.

Justice for Angel

Some people in Lexington believe the police officer who admits he shot a neighbor’s dog to death shouldn’t be a police officer at all. Their push to get him off the force went all the way to the Urban County Council and Mayor on Thursday.

Owner Upset After Neighbor Shoots Dog

A Georgetown man says his neighbor, a Lexington Police Officer, shot and killed his dog, 'Angel,' over the weekend. The incident will be reviewed by the County Attorney.

Teen Accused of Murdering Gas Station Clerk Faces Judge

A teenager charged in shooting a clerk to death at an Alexandria Drive gas station stood before a Circuit Court judge Friday morning and claimed he was innocent.

UPDATE: More Details Emerge About Alexandria Drive Shooting

Lexington officers said they were sent to the Alexandria Drive and Cambridge Drive area shortly before 9:30 Thursday night after receiving a call about a man being shot.

Police Looking Into Possible I-75 Shooting

Lexington police have reported that someone may have opened fire around the northbound 99 mile marker of I-75.

Person Comes Forward in Death of Small Dog

The Jessamine County Sheriff's Office has said a person of interest has confessed to shooting a Pomeranian dog after putting it on a frozen pond in an attempt to drown it.

Can You Help Solve Animal Cruelty Case In Jessamine County?

Jessamine County Animal Care and Control is asking the public to help them with an animal cruelty investigation, as someone reportedly shot a small dog after trying to drown it.

$7,000+ Reward Offered in Whooping Crane Shooting

A $7,200 reward has been posted for anyone with information leading to an arrest of the person(s) responsible for shooting whooping cranes in Kentucky.

Lexington PD: Shots Fired Near Catholic Action Center

Lexington Police have reported a shooting took place close to the Catholic Action Center at around 2 Monday afternoon.

Lawmaker Says She Accidentally Fired Gun In Office

A Kentucky lawmaker says she accidentally fired her gun in her office in the Capitol Annex.

Casey Co. Murder Trial Moved to Green Co. in Last-Minute Ruling

Casey County Circuit Judge Judy Vance approved a last-minute motion made Tuesday morning to move David Salyers' murder trial to Green County, right before jury members were to be selected.

Casey Co. Murder Trial Moved to Green Co. in Last-Minute Ruling

Casey County Circuit Judge Judy Vance approved a last-minute motion made Tuesday morning to move David Salyers' murder trial to Green County, right before jury members were to be selected.

Most Read

$4.7 million approved for agriculture projects

FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ/Press Release) - $4,776,432.99 has been approved by the Kentucky Agricultural Development Board for agricultural diversification and rural development projects across the...

Equity discussed heavily during Teachers Advisory Council meeting

FRANKFORT, Ky. (Press Release) - The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) is "unashamed" and moving forward with its equity work, Education Commissioner Jason E....

BCTC equine students gain experience through apprenticeships

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Bluegrass Community and Technical College's (BCTC) equine studies program will be expanding their students' opportunities. Magdalena Farm, division of Kenneth McPeek’s...

Almost $6 million to go to early childhood initiatives

​​​​​​​FRANKFORT, Ky. (WTVQ) – The Kentucky Governor’s Office of Early Childhood (GOEC) will receive nearly $6 million in additional funds from the annual Tobacco Master...