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Public records, August 18 - The Advocate-Messenger
Jerry Saunders, 46, Nicholasville: first-degree possession controlled substance, meth amended to second-degree possession controlled substance, drug unspecified, 12 months, concurrent; possession drug paraphernalia, 12 months, concurrent; first-degree possession controlled substance, meth, one year;
Tennessee fugitive in attempted murder case captured in Danville
DANVILLE, Ky. (WKYT) –A man is being held in the Boyle County Detention Center, waiting to be extradited to Tennessee to answer in an attempted murder case.
One new child care facility opening in Danville; another could be coming - The Advocate-Messenger
A Children’s Place, which provides child care for 135 kids and employs 28, is being closed by Ephraim McDowell Health at the end of August. Gospel Garden Learning Center plans to begin providing child care for up to 29 kids by late August or early September.
Lexington PD looking for man in connection to shooting and robbery - ABC 36 News
On August 2, 2018 officers were dispatched to a home on Chelsea Woods Drive where a man had been shot in the leg. Through the course of the investigation, Whitaker-Blackburn and three other individuals were identified as suspects, two of which have already been located. They are still searching for
The good, the bat and the rabies: Animal control encouraging anyone with a bat in their home to get it tested, but not all bats are bad news - The Advocate-Messenger
Palmer has lived on Broadway here in Danville for more than 70 years — since 1946. At one point, a contractor had found four bats living in her attic a few years back, which is a common occurrence. However, those familiar with the habits of bats say finding them inside of areas other than attics of
2018 36 Blitz: Frederick Douglass Broncos - ABC 36 News
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Frederick Douglass did about as much as a first year program could’ve hoped for last season.10-3 with two losses to perennial power Scott County, the other an L in the first game ever as a program to eventual Class 2A state champ Danville.- Advertisement -So what’s year two h
UPDATE: Boil Water Advisory lifted for parts of Danville - ABC 36 News
DANVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ) – A boil water advisory for parts of Danville in Boyle County was lifted Friday, August 17 at 9:35 p.m., according to the Danville Water Treatment Plant.
Kentucky River clean wweep on Saturday - ABC 36 News
FAYETTE COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – The Kentucky River Clean Sweep will take place Saturday, at the Kentucky River in the southeastern part of Fayette County.
CRIME REPORT: Three arrested after mother reveals meth in her home
Madison County deputies were at a home on Forest Lane to look for two people who were wanted on warrants, according to a citation. Jessica Davenport, 41, of Forest Lane, Richmond, answered the door and said the two people deputies were seeking weren't there. But she told the deputies there was somet
Sheriff: Arrest made after woman forges signatures, opens loan account
According to a citation from the Sheriff’s Office, back in November of 2017, 32-year-old Tiffany Nunnelley opened a loan account at Personal Finance on Merchant Drive using someone else’s social security number, name, and personal information.
One sent to hospital, students unharmed in Garrard Co. school bus collision
LANCASTER, Ky. (WKYT) –Police in Garrard County say a school bus collided with a Mustang on Friday, sending one person to the hospital.According to police, the crash happened about 4:15 p.m. on Herrington Hills Road.No children were injured on the school bus, but the driver of the Mustang was taken
Richmond Police Department Dunk-A-Cop event on Saturday - ABC 36 News
RICHMOND, Ky. (WTVQ) – The Richmond Police Department is holding Dunk-A-Cop on Saturday.It’s from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
‘Concerned citizens’ respond to AG ruling, Danville school board statement - The Advocate-Messenger
The group has no set leader or spokesperson — something that they think the school board has had a tough time understanding, said Rhonda Caldwell, a member of the group.
Police charge man with having meth, heroin
Several occupants told officers there were several needles in the car, according to a citation. Officers looked inside the vehicle and could see drug paraphernalia, including orange needle caps and small baggies, in plain view. All occupants were told to exit the vehicle and were detained.
BREAKING NEWS: Lexington Fire on the scene of a floor collapse; at least 2 people trapped - ABC 36 News
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- Lexington Fire Department is on the scene of what they say is a floor collapse in a building off Westland Drive. They tell us two people are trapped inside.We are working on learning which building this collapse happened in. We will continue to update you as we learn more info
Man arrested in connection to Transy Campus Cafe burglary - ABC 36 News
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- A man has been arrested in connection to a burglary at the Transylvania University Campus Center Cafe.The arrest citation says Billy Jo Benney was caught on surveillance camera forcing his way into coolers and freezers. The citation also says missing food products were taken a
Lexington 22-year-old inmate dies four days after arrest. Investigations start.
Bridgette Mae Hall was transferred to a nearby hospital when found unresponsive at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, according to a release from the jail. She died at 5:32 p.m. Thursday, the jail said.
Richmond Police held their back to school bash on Thursday - ABC 36 News
RICHMOND Ky. (WTVQ)-Richmond Police Department held held their annual back to school bash on Thursday.They fought through the rain to have the bash.
Cane sword used in Lexington bar fight
Kevin Jackson, 62, is charged with carrying a concealed deadly weapon and two counts of assault.
Danville unhappy as search for next Parks & Rec director moves forward - The Advocate-Messenger
The City of Danville wants Boyle County to know it’s not happy with how fiscal court has taken the lead on the search for a new parks director. However, others involved in the process say it’s not fiscal court that’s taking the lead, and the city should let the Parks & Recreation Board of Directors