Tuesday, June 18 2013 11:38 AM EDT2013-06-18 15:38:29 GMT
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Authorities have identified a body found in a Shelbyville creek Monday afternoon.The body is identified as 15-year-old Jackleen Lane, of Bagdad, Ky.According to Shelby CountyMore >>
According to Shelby County Coroner Jeff Ivers, autopsy results show a cause of death "consistent with drowning" and point to the death being an accident.More >>
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A Louisville man has been arrested after police say he stabbed a man at Churchill Downs multiple times for declining beer.According to an arrest report, the incident took placeMore >>
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- An Indianapolis man wants his 50 guns back, and now the Indiana Court of Appeals is hearing Robert Redington's appeal.Police seized his guns when they found him watching a BloomingtonMore >>
Police seized Robert Redington's guns when they found him watching a Bloomington bar where I.U. Student Lauren Spierer was partying the night she went missing.More >>
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The mother of an Indiana University student who disappeared this past summer is responding to criticism that she is "littering" the town of Bloomington with posters of her daughter.
20-year-old Lauren Spierer was last seen June 3rd, walking back to her apartment after a night partying with friends. Police have not named any suspects, and have not given any new information.
On Thursday, Charlene Spierer released a letter in which she responds to an anonymous writer who asked her to stop posting fliers.
"Don't you think it's time to do the right thing by Bloomington and stop littering our town with your posters?" the writer allegedly asked. "You have had a lot of us supporters but now you are offending a good many of us."
Charlene Spierer reacted to the anonymous note in this way:
"To the anonymous writer of the letter directed at me, if your goal was to hurt me, you were successful," she writes. "I wish we had never had to hang one single poster for our missing child..."