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Killer granted parole for 1975 murder of his mother

A former Woodbine man, who has spent the last 44 years in prison for killing his mother with a shotgun in 1975, could soon be a free man. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us
Posted On 19 Apr 2019

W’burg trio indicted for murder, could face death penalty

A trio of Williamsburg residents, who were indicted Monday morning for murder and robbery in the killing of a man near the Kentucky-Tennessee state line in Jellico last month, could potentially face the death penalty, if convicted. You need to login to view the rest of the...
Posted On 20 Mar 2019

Poore murder trial rescheduled to April 5 in Knox Co.

The trial which was set to commence this Wednesday for a Corbin woman charged with murder after she allegedly fatally stabbed her boyfriend in February of 2017 has been rescheduled to April 5. Deborah Bryant Poore was indicted by The Knox County Grand Jury on February 24,2017...

New details emerge about Williamsburg man’s killing

New details are slowly emerging about the killing of a Williamsburg man, who was found stabbed to death last week in a building in far southern Whitley County, after a review of court records and 911 recordings connected to the killing. The recordings were obtained through an...
Posted On 20 Feb 2019

KSP arrest three for murder in connection with Lawson slaying

Kentucky State Police have charged three local residents with murder in connection with the killing of a Williamsburg man, who was found dead inside a building near the Tennessee state line late Monday morning. State police charged Jordan Lee Miracle, 22, of Pine Knot, Jamie Muse...
Posted On 12 Feb 2019

Prosecution seeking DNA swabs from accused killer Jeffery Cole

A Williamsburg man, who tried to have his name changed to Victor Von Frankenstein one week before he allegedly killed someone nearly one year ago and who has since been found competent to stand trial, is going to have to wait a few months longer to find out when he will stand...
Posted On 16 Jan 2019

Lily man found not guilty in brother’s murder

Almost three years after he was charged with the murder of his twin brother, a Lily man had his day in court and was found not guilty Tuesday. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Trial in Lily hammer murder to begin Monday

The trial of a Lily man charged in the 2016 murder of his twin brother will go ahead as scheduled Monday. Antonio Johnson, who is accused of beating Anthony Johnson to death with a hammer in 2016, appeared in Laurel Circuit Court Thursday morning for his final pretrial hearing....

Johnson murder trial postponed until Jan. 8

The trial of a Lily man, who is accused of beating his twin brother to death with a hammer, has been delayed until January. Jury selection in the case against Antonio Johnson, 33, was scheduled to begin Tuesday in Laurel Circuit Court. However, at the request of attorneys from...
Posted On 14 Nov 2018

Suspect in Gray man’s killing now jailed

A Barbourville man is now behind bars in the Knox County Detention Center charged with murder in connection with the Sept. 19 shooting death of Gray resident Glenn Edwards, 57. About 4:52 p.m. on Sept. 19, Kentucky State Police officers from Post 10 in Harlan received a call from...
Posted On 10 Oct 2018