A judge will decide whether Joseph Banis, convicted of killing James Carroll in 2009, will testify against his ex-boyfriend Jeffrey Mundt. The two men each blame the other for Carroll’s death, which occurred as a result of a drug-fueled sex tryst gone wrong.
A Kentucky man may find himself a jailbird after a grotesque Youtube video caught the attention of authorities. Bradley Heard, 29, is charged with second-degree animal cruelty for allegedly biting off the head of a baby bird.
In the state of Kentucky, there are 37 inmates on death row. The 36 men wait out their days at Kentucky State Penitentiary. The sole woman, Virginia Caudill, resides at the Kentucky Correctional Institute for Women.
Caught stealing a bottle of Irish Cream hours after he was released from prison, David Archer was spared jail time so that he could be rehabilitated, but do not fret, for we in America can top even this.
An 18-year-old girl has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of 2nd degree manslaughter in the death of her newborn child. Katelynn Teague of Paducah, Ky., was charged with murder in February, three months after police made a grisly discovery in the home she shared with her mother.
On Saturday, May 14, 1988, at 10:00 p.m. a Radcliff First Assembly of God youth group was on a bus heading home to Radcliff, Kentucky, from an amusement park outing. Most of the 67 on the bus were minors. After a fiery collision with a drunk driver, 27 of the passengers were dead.
A customer who was asked to turn down his loud music at a Jack In The Box drive through so that the clerk could hear his order, is currently being sought by police for shooting into the window of the drive through after getting his food. Also a wedding party shoots up Russia’s capital’s streets in celebration.
Kentucky State Police are investigating the disturbing unsolved murder of an unidentified Native American woman, who was found scalped and shot to death in a wooded area, as a possible hate crime.
Police in Bowling Green, Ky., say mom Jackie Farah, 32, and her boyfriend Irving “Joe” Smith skipped town on June 27 when a sweltering heat wave rolled through, leaving 19 children home alone with no air conditioner or food.