Homicide Investigation and Reward Offered

Homicide Investigation
Homicide Investigation

On Monday, July 13, 2015, KSP Detectives discovered the body of Lawrence Sizemore, 68, in his Sextons Creek home.

Evidence indicated that Mr. Sizemore had been murdered. As the investigation continues, the victim’s family has set up a memorial fund to raise money for a reward. The fund currently starts at Continue reading Homicide Investigation and Reward Offered

Madison Co. Sheriff’s Report Dec. 15, 2015

Madsion Co Sheriff
Madsion Co Sheriff

On Monday December 14th, 2015 at approximately 12:30 a.m., Deputy Stacy Cummins responded to an alarm activation at Central Kentucky Truck and Trailer on Colonel Road in Madison County.

According to Madison County Sheriff Mike Coyle, through video surveillance, a white Dodge quad cab pick-up drove through the gate to gain entry onto the lot. At this point, 2 unknown persons were able to start and steal a 2005 white Dodge 1500 diesel pick-up and Continue reading Madison Co. Sheriff’s Report Dec. 15, 2015

Madison County Sheriff’s Office Investigates Collision on Boonesboro Road

Injury Accident
Injury Accident

The Madison County Sheriff’s Office, is investigating an injury collision that occurred around 6:34 a.m. on Boonesboro Road in Madison County.

According to Madison County Sheriff Mike Coyle, Raymond Reed, 44 years old of Annville was driving a 2015 Hinkle Holdings Company truck, north on Boonesboro Road. Reed crossed the centerline and collided head-on with a 2001 Oldsmobile mini-van operated by Carson Hansel, 67 Continue reading Madison County Sheriff’s Office Investigates Collision on Boonesboro Road

House leaders call on Governor Bevin to increase National Guard tuition assistance

KY SEAL
KY SEAL

Kentucky House leadership today called on Governor Matt Bevin to add more money to the National Guard Tuition Assistance Program, which has seen requests outpace available funding.

In the letter signed by all five House leaders, they wrote, “Some servicemen and servicewomen likely decided to go into the National Guard because of the benefit provided by the Tuition Continue reading House leaders call on Governor Bevin to increase National Guard tuition assistance

Davy Crockett Christmas 1822

Jadon Gibson
Jadon Gibson

Davy Crockett agreed that he was not your typical politician, admitting “the first dozen times I climbed the stump and tried to speak to voters ‘twas like my mouth was full of dry mush.” Later on he told the circumstances that turned his career around. He said it was what got him elected.

“My opponent was making the very same speech day after day, not leaving me nary a word to say even if I could. I knew his speech word for word. It was our last speech before the Continue reading Davy Crockett Christmas 1822

MEMORY CAFE AQUATICS PROGRAM

The Memory Cafe
The Memory Cafe

Remember all of those warm summer days spent at the swimming pool? We are proud to announce the formation of a specialty aquatics class for individuals experiencing memory loss and their care partners.

This program will take place at the Telford YMCA on December 16th and 23rd from 1:15 to 2:15PM. A YMCA membership is not required. Admission is free for YMCA or Silver Sneaker Members OR non- Continue reading MEMORY CAFE AQUATICS PROGRAM

OBITUARIES DEC. 6-13, 2015

Emily Geneva DeBoard
Emily Geneva DeBoard

Emily DeBoard

Mrs. Emily Geneva Creech DeBoard, 85, passed away Tuesday evening, December 8, 2015 at the Berea Health & Rehab. She was born on February 22, 1930, in Rockcastle Co., to the late Sam and Amanda Head Creech.

Mrs. DeBoard was a loving mother who enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren who lovingly called her “Nanny”. She was a retired employee of the Dresser Industry, and a member of the Red Lick Continue reading OBITUARIES DEC. 6-13, 2015

KSP Charges Pulaski Co. Man With Crimes Related To Child Sexual Exploitation

ARRESTED
ARRESTED

A Pulaski County man was arrested on charges related to child sexual exploitation Thursday after Kentucky State Police served a search warrant at his home.

Daniel I. Jarrin, 21, is charged with six counts of distribution and one count of possession of matter portraying a sex performance by a minor.

Each charge is a Class-D felony, punishable from one to five years in Continue reading KSP Charges Pulaski Co. Man With Crimes Related To Child Sexual Exploitation

Delta Dental Funds Tpr. Island Infirmary

Delta Dental Funds Tpr. Island Infirmary
Delta Dental Funds Tpr. Island Infirmary

Delta Dental of Kentucky Chief Operating Officer Tammy York-Day presented a check for $100,000 to Kentucky State Police Commissioner Rodney Brewer (left), Tpr. Jonathan Biven and KSP Lt. Col. Brad Bates (far right) in support of KSP’s Trooper Island Camp.

The contribution will be used to build a medical facility on the island which will house a nurse and provide basic care and free dental Continue reading Delta Dental Funds Tpr. Island Infirmary