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Court/Criminal

  • COURT BRIEFS - July 4, 2012

    Guilty plea
    Nayland Dundee English (1980) pleaded guilty June 18 in LaRue Circuit Court to one count of flagrant nonsupport and second-degree persistent felony offender. Recommended sentence is five years to be enhanced to eight years. Pre-sentencing investigation ordered. Final sentencing is July 16.

    Guilty plea

  • White: 'Death penalty eligible case'

     A Radcliff man could be facing a death sentence if convicted of the murder of a young woman.

  • Underwood to serve 15 years

    A Campbellsville man will serve 15 years in jail after pleading guilty to an amended count of second-degree assault.

    Jimmy Dean Underwood, 47, of Coakley Road, was charged Jan. 29 with first-degree assault; first-degree wanton endangerment; operating motor vehicle while license suspended for DUI, first offense; operating motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, second offense; reckless driving; and possession of open container in vehicle.

  • Two Magnolia men charged in 'funeral burglaries'

     Kentucky State Police announced the arrest of three men in connection with two homes recently burglarized while families attended funerals.

    Michael S. Acord, 40, of Magnolia, was arrested Tuesday for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

    Timothy Terry, 40, of Vine Grove, was charged Tuesday with receiving stolen property over $500 and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

    James Gregory Parrett, 42, of Magnolia, was charged Thursday with receiving stolen property over $500 and possession of methamphetamine, second offense.

  • New laws go into effect July 12

    New laws approved during the Kentucky General Assembly's 2012 regular session go into effect on July 12.

    The new laws mean copper thieves won’t be able to sell stolen materials for quick cash at recycling centers. Passengers in large vans will no longer be exempt from the state’s seat belt law. And meth producers will have a harder time getting large amounts of a key ingredient needed to make their illegal drugs.

  • KSP offers Citizen's Police Academy

    Kentucky State Police Post 04’s Citizen’s Police Academy will start Sept. 13 and be held every Thursday with a graduation held on Nov. 20. This year the academy will be held at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College, Room 112 of the Administration Building, 620 College Street Road, Elizabethtown.

  • FERO: A different kind of cop

     A Kentucky state trooper stands in the middle of an empty field. He’s wearing a thick, burlap-like suit that makes him look like a salmon-colored Michelin man in the hot sun. Any passer-by would wonder why he was wearing this strange outfit; that is, until they saw the snarling dog streaking across the grass towards him. The dog bounds into the air and latches its teeth onto the trooper’s arm, protected by the Michelin man suit.  

  • Court Briefs – June 20, 2012

     Court briefs

  • News of Record: DUI

    DUI
    The following cases of Driving Under the Influence and the resolution of those cases are found in LaRue District Court: ADE is an abbreviation for Alcohol Driver Education, KAPS stands for Kentucky Alternative Program. A service fee is added to all DUIs and court costs are added to all charges. Birth year is in parenthesis.

  • Constable's case continued

     A criminal case involving a LaRue County constable hit a roadblock last week.