Feds charge ex-LMPD officer in teen sex abuse scandal
Feds charge ex-LMPD officer in teen sex abuse scandal

Kenneth Betts was arraigned on Wednesday on charges of knowingly distributing child pornography, possession of child pornography, enticement and attempted enticement, among other charges.

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3 sitting Louisville judges ousted in election
3 sitting Louisville judges ousted in election

One of Jefferson County’s most well-known, outspoken and longest serving judges, Sean Delahanty, was beaten by Lisa Langford.

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LMPD investigating video of officer striking man in head
LMPD investigating video of officer striking man in head

At the time he was struck, the man was on the ground pinned by four officers, according to a copy of the phone video obtained by WDRB.

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Kentucky circuit court judge indicted on felony charges
Kentucky circuit court judge indicted on felony charges

A Bath County grand jury indicted Judge Beth Maze, who represents Bath, Rowan, Montgomery and Menifee counties. All three charges are felonies.

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Feds investigating LMPD officers for alleged abuse of overtime funds
Feds investigating LMPD officers for alleged abuse of overtime funds

Former LMPD Sgt. Brian Stanfield, former Det. Todd Roadhouse and current narcotics detective Mark Final are under federal investigation and face possible indictment.  

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LMPD detective fights suspension over comments about women
LMPD detective fights suspension over comments about women

“I don’t believe that they (women) belong in supervisory roles," Officer Jeremy Livers said, according to Chief Steve Conrad.

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Accused Kroger shooter tried to enter nearby church before going to the store
Accused Kroger shooter tried to enter nearby church before going to the store

The church was empty and the doors were locked, but dozens of people were inside about 90 minutes earlier.

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SUNDAY EDITION | Judge calls disarray in Kentucky prison credit program 'an abuse'
SUNDAY EDITION | Judge calls disarray in Kentucky prison credit program 'an abuse'

“The DOC administration of the (program) is arbitrary and capricious and would best be described as an abuse of the discretion afforded” to the state, Franklin Judge Phillip Shepherd wrote.

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Louisville judge orders public defender into custody until he can 'quiet down'
Louisville judge orders public defender into custody until he can 'quiet down'

“Your record is made, sir, and poorly made I might add so step away,” Judge McKay Chauvin said shortly before ordering attorney Ryen Schimerman into custody.

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Lawsuit: KSP trooper attacks man after Facebook post
Lawsuit: KSP trooper attacks man after Facebook post

Three troopers allegedly went to the man's home after he posted about being pulled over.

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Lawsuit: Shelbyville police illegally recorded attorney-client talks
Lawsuit: Shelbyville police illegally recorded attorney-client talks

The suit claims police framed a teen for assault, fabricating evidence, illegally recording him and lying under oath.

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Kentucky State Police sued over death of pedestrian after high-speed chase
Kentucky State Police sued over death of pedestrian after high-speed chase

“The police pursuit that caused Mr. Moore’s death violated KSP pursuit policy and just plain common sense, and shocks the conscience,” attorneys wrote in the lawsuit.

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SUNDAY EDITION | Ditch the 'snitch'? Louisville murder case renews informant debate
SUNDAY EDITION | Ditch the 'snitch'? Louisville murder case renews informant debate

“It’s a culture in our prosecutor’s office here to do this,” said Louisville defense attorney Ted Shouse. “It’s an old-fashioned way of doing things. I can’t believe we’re still doing it.”

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UK student 'suddenly swerved' into 4-year-old boy, witness says
UK student 'suddenly swerved' into 4-year-old boy, witness says

In addition, Jacob Heil told police he had used cocaine in previous weeks, according to the search warrant affidavit.

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Kentucky Supreme Court throws out Louisville double murder conviction
Kentucky Supreme Court throws out Louisville double murder conviction

The high court unanimously ruled that Jefferson Circuit Court Judge Judith McDonald-Burkman erred when not allowing defendant William Truss to be present when jurors were chosen for his death penalty trial.

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