Corbin Police were forced to shoot and kill a runaway mule last Thursday that couldn’t be captured after it escaped from a local man who owned the animal. According to Corbin Police Capt. Coy Wilson, the mule was shot by Maj. Rob Jones, with a rifle, at the request of the mule’s owner. “It had [...]
Police say this Ford Ranger was involved in a deadly collision on U.S. 25E in Corbin early Wednesday morning. Damage to the passenger side headlight and hood is evident. Corbin Police have made an arrest in the case of a fatal hit-and-run incident on U.S. 25E early Wednesday morning. Captain Coy Wilson, the [...]
Bryan Earl Jones is proof that you can only run from the law for so long and so many times before it catches up to you.
Over the course of three months, Jones has run away on foot from police officers four times, according to Whitley District Court records.
The Laurel County Sheriff’s Department is asking residents to be mindful of a new phone scam involving individuals who claim to be with the police department. Deputy Gilbert Acciardo, the department’s public affairs officer, said the scammers are telling residents that money is owed for some time of violation and they need to make a [...]
Corbin Police Capt. Coy Wilson did the driving and his K-9 Luka did the sniffing that led to the arrest of two Corbin residents on multiple drug-related charges Tuesday morning. Twenty-eight-year-old Edward Clark and 24-year-old Martha House were each arrested following the traffic stop on Interstate 75 near the 26-mile marker. Wilson stated in the [...]
The Kentucky Office of Highway Safety (KOHS) recently honored 146 law enforcement officers from 125 agencies across the Commonwealth for their efforts to increase the use of seat belts and child restraints in motor vehicles, including a Williamsburg police officer. The Governor's Occupant Protection Awards ceremony was held on July 28 at the Hyatt Regency [...]
UPDATE: A Williamsburg man who allegedly fled from district court in Corbin in an attorney’s truck last week is in custody in Tennessee. Thirty-year-old Johnny Mullis reportedly told a bystander in Caryville, Tenn. that he was wanted out of Kentucky and was going to hit the bars. Campbell County Sheriff’s deputies were contacted and took [...]
“Flakka,” mixed with crystal methamphetamine “ICE”, is making its second wave through Whitley County since its first appearance last year, reports the Williamsburg Police Department. Flakka, also known as “Gravel,” is often described as a form of bath salts. According to DrugFree.org, Flakka is a synthetic cathinone that contains Alpha-PVP, which is chemically similar to [...]
Individuals passing by Corbin Middle School may have seen a Corbin Police cruiser parked in front of the school. Hannah Goins, a spokesperson for Corbin Independent Schools, said the car belongs to School Resource Officer Amanda Neal, whose primary duty station is at the school. Neal joined the Corbin Police Department earlier this year. However, [...]