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A mother in Knox County was indicted after troopers say she threatened to kill her children and left a loaded 9mm pistol in their toy box.
Knox County Sheriff's Office says Laurel Sanders is charged with driving under the influence after her children were badly injured in a car crash.
Dustin Stephens is accused of theft and leading police on a high-speed chase through two counties, according to the Boyle County Sheriff's Office.
A London man was arrested after his four-month old baby suffered a brain bleed from a head injury, according to the Laurel County Sheriff's Office.
Deputies say the 4-year-old child was seen walking down a highway near railroad tracks and high water.
Police say after interviewing the victims and witnesses, they identified the suspect as 18-year-old Elijah T. Amburgey.
The Lexington Police Department announced Thursday that charges against 42-year-old Tammy Rodriguez were upgraded.
Joshua Hines was taken into custody on Wednesday.
A judge revealed during Daniel Kibler's arraignment on Monday that the business he allegedly targeted was a Planned Parenthood office in Cincinnati.
Sequoyah Collins was originally charged with driving under the influence following the crash on July 5. On Tuesday, the charge was upgraded to murder, wanton endangerment and assault.
The Lexington Police Department says Sequoyah Collins was arrested on upgraded charges Tuesday.
Daquis Sharp was arrested Thursday in connection to shots fired near the BCTC campus on Newtown Pike.
A Somerset woman was arrested Saturday after being accused of abandoning her six children at a Walmart in Columbia.
According to the arrest citation for 42-year-old Angela Guth, she did not seek medical attention for the child after her son poured scalding water on him Wednesday night.
According to deputies, Aaron Dees threatened to shoot her and her children if they tried to get help.
A man faces several charges after police say he led an officer on a high speed chase during a traffic stop.
Dustin Patterson is accused of hitting his girlfriend and her three-year-old son, with a bat.
According to court documents, 27-year-old Christopher Neal is accused of buying an emergency vehicle from someone in Maryland, in January of 2019 – claiming it was for the Estill County Fire Department.
Danny Marcum is accused of kidnapping two children, stealing a car, hitting another car and almost hitting two people.
Troopers say, when they arrived, they discovered 53-year-old Charles Lawson had fired shots at a neighbor's home then tried to start a fire at his own home.