Police said one of the children was seriously injured.
Search / 107 results found Showing: 1-10 of 107
"His candor was professional and he chose to make the ethical, conscionable and correct decision," Shepherdsville Police Chief Rick McCubbin said in a statement.
A recent Kentucky Supreme Court ruling prohibits prosecutors from mentioning if a driver refuses a blood test, which is necessary if the person has taken drugs that wouldn’t be detected by a breathalyzer.
The crash caused the deaths of the two people: 76-year-old Margaret Herbig and 82-year-old Goerge Herbig.
Police said 33-year-old Christopher Gordon's blood alcohol content was .236% — three times the legal limit — when he took a breathalyzer test.
“This was no car accident,” Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney Ryane Conroy told the jury of nine women and five men. “This was no mistake. This was a crime. … He disregarded the safety of everyone else.”
A Louisville woman faces murder, assault and DUI charges for the June 28 crash.
The crash Saturday night on the Greenbelt Highway killed 23-year-old Kaitlyn Williams.
Last week, in Floyd County Circuit Court, 31-year-old Taylor Barefoot pleaded guilty to three counts of causing death while operating a motor vehicle while drunk and one count of involuntary manslaughter.