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Triple Homicide in PRP

I’ve blogged extensively on the various Kentucky homicide charges.  In a recent news story regarding a triple homicide in Pleasure Ridge Park, the defendant may be subject to the death penalty.  He allegedly shot 3 people, while 2 children were in the next room.  The children were found in the home.  Investigators believe the crime […]

Owensboro Drug Arrest

I’ve written about karma in a previous post.  Everyone knows there is good karma and there is bad karma.  You have to wonder if a recent Owensboro drug arrest isn’t a case of bad karma.  A man was wanted on an arrest warrant for failing to appear in court.  Police received a Crime Stoppers tip […]

Shepherdsville Traffic Stop Resulted in a Heroin Arrest

A man is now in the Bullitt County jail after being arrested on I-65.  This Shepherdsville traffic stop resulted in a heroin arrest. Police can pull you over for any number of reasons.  Broken brake lights, headlights, turn signals and other items are valid reasons for a traffic stop.  It’s also a quick way for […]

Never Stop Negotiating for the Client

An Elizabethtown murder trial was avoided by a last-minute plea deal.  It’s a perfect example of why an effective criminal defense attorney will never stop negotiating for the client.  The defendant agreed to plead guilty in the fatal shooting. As part of the plea bargain, the murder charge was reduced to first degree manslaughter.  There’s […]

House Fire Leads to Marijuana Bust

Do you believe in karma?  Wave 3 News reported on what I might describe as a case of bad karma.  According to the news, a man was discovered to be cheating with another man’s girlfriend.  The jilted boyfriend decided to set the man’s house on fire.  The fire could have consumed everything the cheating man owned.  […]

Live Stream of a Threat to Kill

Everyone wants to be a star.  Everyone wants their fifteen (15) minutes of fame.  A man was arrested in Oldham County after authorities viewed his live stream of a threat to kill a young child.  The defendant held a gun to the juvenile’s head and was heard on the Instagram live stream as he threatened […]

Owensboro Triple Homicide

Owensboro news reports are covering a story with some interesting twists.  Police showed up to a home to do a welfare check on one of the occupants.  When they arrived, they discovered two people inside who had died from gunshot wounds and two others who had also been shot.  The two survivors were rushed to […]

Algonquin Park Stabbing Victim Died

Reports announced that Mario Marks, the Algonquin Park stabbing victim, has died.  The assault happened several days ago.  Mr. Marks was found in a home after suffering multiple stab wounds.  He was taken to a hospital but died days later. There aren’t a lot of details known at this point.  Police have determined that the […]

75 Pounds of Marijuana was Seized by LMPD

Two men were arrested after a police K-9 detected marijuana in a trailer being towed by a vehicle.  During the stop, for a turn signal violation, 75 pounds of marijuana was seized by LMPD officers. I’ve commented multiple times that police and other authorities often know more about the occurrence of criminal activity than the […]

West Beuchel Council Re-Elected Denison City Attorney

WDRB reports that the West Beuchel Council re-elected Tim Denison City Attorney, earlier this week.  I serve in this capacity to assist the mayor and the City Council on a variety of issues.  West Beuchel has had a series ongoing issues for quite some time.  Over the past several months, we are beginning to take […]