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Attorney: Shot that struck man in ear was self defense

A Whitley County Grand Jury is expected to decide next month whether to indict a Williamsburg senior citizen, who allegedly shot a man more than 50 years his junior during a March 4 alleged road rage incident. At the close of a nearly 32 minute preliminary hearing Monday morning,...
Posted On 15 Mar 2018

Charge dismissed against man accused of raping elderly woman

The rape charge against a Gray man accused of raping an 84-year-old disabled woman was dismissed Tuesday. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Court agrees to dismiss endangering welfare of a minor charge against CMS counselor

The case of a Corbin Middle School counselor who had been charged with endangering the welfare of a minor has been dismissed. An agreed order of dismissal in the case against Stephanie Pennington was signed by Special Judge Jeffrey S. Lawless, a district court judge who serves...

Guilty plea entered in animal cruelty case

A Corbin woman accused of 22 counts of cruelty to animals in June pleaded guilty to one count Tuesday in exchange for a probated jail sentence. Sixty-three-year-old Saundra Nickels, shook her head “no” as she told Judge Fred White that she wished to accept the plea agreement...

Special judge, prosecutor needed in CMS counselor’s criminal case

A Corbin Middle School Counselor who was cited to court after several teens allegedly got access to alcohol while at a birthday party at her house in June, is now awaiting the appointment of a special judge and special prosecutor. You need to login to view the rest of the...