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Police: Corbin woman faked kidnapping

A Corbin woman is facing theft and disorderly conduct charges after police say she faked her own kidnapping, badly. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us
Posted On 16 Aug 2018

Keavy man charged with breaking into Corbin home, stealing doughnuts

A Keavy man allegedly took doughnuts among other items when he broke into a Corbin home in late July. Williamsburg Police Officer Justin Taylor served Willie Dean Cox, 45, with a second-degree burglary warrant about 1:32 p.m. Saturday near US25W in Williamsburg, according to his...
Posted On 15 Aug 2018

Corbin firefighters use rope rescue to lift injured man

Corbin firefighters were able to put recent rope rescue training and the city’s ladder truck to good use Wednesday morning after a homeless man, who was apparently living under the Center Street Bridge, suffered some type of injury. “We actually have been training pretty heavily...
Posted On 15 Aug 2018

Corbin Police add six Dodge Durangos to fleet

The Corbin Police Department has added two new vehicles to its fleet as the first of six Dodge Durango SUVs have arrived. Officers had the new vehicles, which replaced two of its Dodge Chargers, on the road Monday. Chief Rusty Hedrick said while the department has filled out its...

Corbin woman arraigned for identity theft

A Corbin woman pleaded not guilty Monday to a theft of identity charge after police say she gave the wrong identification to an officer to avoid detection with an active Knox County bench warrant. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us
Posted On 18 Jul 2018
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Local resident nabbed again for indecency

Editor’s note: The print edition of this story erroneously reported the location of the incident as Tattersall. I actually happened on Tanglewood Drive. It has been corrected for the online edition. The 2016 serial flasher has returned to Corbin and was arrested Sunday for...

Corbin man leads police on foot chase

A Corbin man is facing multiple charges after allegedly leading Kentucky State Police on a foot pursuit through a residence in the Bee Creek area last Thursday night. Police arrested Michael Thomas, 55, of Corbin on charges of second degree fleeing or evading police, resisting...

Corbin Police participating in ‘Click It or Ticket’

Corbin Police officers are among numerous law enforcement agencies across the commonwealth participating in the “Click It or Ticket’ seatbelt enforcement campaign. Through June 3, officers will be on the lookout for motorists that fail to use seat belts and ensure all of their...

W’burg man leaves employee ID behind at scene of car break-in

A Williamsburg man was caught in the act of stealing items from a vehicle parked in the Tri-County Cineplex parking lot and confronted by the owner of the vehicle. Michael Cook, 28, allegedly stole items from multiple vehicles in Corbin last Friday night. Cook was arrested at...
Posted On 23 May 2018
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Three local officers graduate from the police academy

Williamsburg Police Officer Greg Rhoades and Corbin Police Officers Estes Rhodes and Justin Walker were among the 34 law enforcement officers from agencies across the state that graduated Thursday from basic training at the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training. The...
Posted On 16 May 2018