Corbin Police are investigating a theft that occurred Monday morning at the Waffle House off of exit 25. Police were called to the restaurant on Cumberland Falls Hwy. in response to a complaint that an lone individual had gained entry to the restaurant through a back door, got into the office and cleaned out the [...]
Five people were arrested Wednesday morning following an investigation into the theft of items from a job site in Keavy. Laurel County Sheriff’s deputies were called to the scene on Level Green Road after it was discovered that two air conditioners along with two large rolls of linoleum flooring had been taken. Detective Chris Edwards [...]
One person is dead and another is in custody on theft charges following a motorcycle wreck on Ky. 1064 in the Whetstone community of Whitley County Tuesday morning. Sheriff Colan Harrell said law enforcement and emergency personnel were called out to the scene about 11:45 a.m. where they located the motorcycle at the bottom of [...]
Laurel County Sheriff’s deputies are searching for a vehicle that may have been used in the theft of more than $3,000 worth of power tools from a Corbin area hotel. According to Sheriff John Root, surveillance video from the Baymont Inn captured what appeared to be an older model Oldsmobile Bravada SUV leaving the scene [...]
Knight Hull Hosey Followell Laurel County Sheriff’s deputies are searching for four suspects in connection with the theft of more than $15,000 from a local church’s checking account. According to Sheriff John Root, the suspects are identified as 60-year-old David Hosey of [...]
A Corbin man was arrested Tuesday for allegedly stealing more than $800 from and elderly woman. Thirty-two-year-old Edward Paul has been charged with theft by unlawful taking of the value over $500. According to Knox County Sheriff Mike Smith, the 85-year-old woman contacted deputies on Feb. 14 to report the money was missing from her [...]
A former Whitley County resident, who is suing prosecutors, police officers and others in federal court over a four-year legal ordeal in Whitley County and who was arrested last week for being a fugitive in an unconnected Tennessee theft case, is now a free man again.
A former chief financial officer for the Whitley County school district, who was fired in June amid allegations of misappropriation of school funds, got some bad news and some good news in regards to her legal situation Monday.
The bad news for Leigh Burke, 55, of Williamsburg, was that a Whitley County Grand Jury had indicted her for theft by unlawful taking over $10,000 but less than $1 million, and for three counts of second-degree forgery in regard to allegedly stealing over $26,000 from the Kentucky Association of School Business Officials (KASBO).
The good news for Burke Monday afternoon was Whitley Circuit Judge Paul Winchester agreed to modify her bond conditions in a prior theft case involving the school district so that she can live in Florida with her fiancé, who wasn’t identified in court, and work there at a new job that pays $20 per hour.