There was a new development Thursday afternoon in the case of a missing Bardstown mother of four.
The Commonwealth's Attorneys Office confirms Danny Singleton pleaded guilty Friday to 38 counts of false swearing.
With candles in hand and emotions high, community members gathered Tuesday night outside St. Thomas Parish in Bardstown.
Crystal Rogers went missing on July 3, 2015.
The last time anyone saw mother of five, Crystal Rogers, was July 3, 2015.
Crystal Rogers' parents are asking people to join them at the Justice Center in Bardstown Thursday morning.
While the Nelson County Sheriff's office hasn't made any arrests, her longtime boyfriend Brooks Houck has been named as a suspect in her disappearance. Officials want his grandmother to testify before a grand jury.
Anna Whitesides is invoking her Fifth Amendment right not to talk, but a hearing on June 15 will decide if she has to testify.
Signs reading "Prayers for Crystal’s Safe Return" and "Solve these murders" can be found all around Bardstown. But not everyone in the town wants them there.
Crystal Rogers' mother told WDRB News the woman said she was tired of seeing the signs.
Two Nelson County men are accused of lying to officers about a Bardstown mother's disappearance.
Police say Danny Singleton lied to a grand jury when he testified about Crystal Rogers' disappearance.
Crystal Rogers' parents have filed a motion to keep their grandchild from leaving the state.