The trial for six people charged in a massive Kentucky bourbon theft ring has been delayed.
A fourth defendant is facing up to a year in jail in connection with a Kentucky bourbon theft ring that investigators say sold thousands of dollars of bourbon illegally.
Authorities say 35-year-old Leslie Wright was paid money to look the other way when a fellow employee, Gilbert "Toby" Curtsinger, stole 11 bourbon barrels.
A grand jury has charged Leslie Wright with complicity of receiving stolen property valued at $10,000 or more, according to court records.
Police say evidence indicated officer may have been in violation of City of Frankfort policies, but wouldn't elaborate.
A Louisville-based bourbon blogger has penned a satirical letter to Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear, asking him to "pardon my Pappy," a reference to Pappy Van Winkle bourbon.
Nine people have been indicted in a massive theft of Kentucky bourbon according to the Franklin County Sheriff.
Franklin County Commonwealth's Attorney Larry Cleveland says his office plans to present the case to a grand jury in Frankfort, Kentucky, on Tuesday.
Franklin County Sheriff Pat Melton says investigators uncovered a new "major development" Monday that will delay presenting the case to the grand jury in Frankfort.
Five barrels of bourbon, 25 firearms, thousands of dollars in cash and illegal steroids are what Franklin County Sheriff Pat Melton says his deputies found at a Frankfort home Wednesday night.
Westport Whiskey and Wine held its third annual whiskey treasure sale, where shoppers can find specialty and collectible whiskeys.
Over 7,500 cases are shipped across the country, but most of the time Pappy Van Winkle doesn't even hit the shelves.
Franklin Co. authorities say child abuse and narcotics cases have taken priority over the now-infamous bourbon theft.
Sheriff Pat Melton says they are getting closer to solving the $26,000 bourbon heist.