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Lexington police handle hundreds of fraud cases each year, but one recent case stands out: that of a Lexington man who was conned out of more than a quarter of a million dollars in a foreign lottery scam. The "elderly" man, whose identity was not
He was pronounced dead at University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center at 8:45 p.m. The drowning appeared to be accidental, according to a release from the coroner's office. Funeral arrangements were being handled by Clark Legacy Center.
About 50 people gathered at Lexington's Courthouse Plaza on Thursday for a candlelight vigil for Librado Romero, a Lexington man shot to death in an alleged act of domestic violence last week. Among friends, family and supporters in attendance was
Eliazar Rincon, 41, was lodged in the Fayette County Detention Center about noon after authorities executed a search warrant at his Driscoll Street home. He is charged with four counts of possession of matter portraying a sexual performance by a
Librado Romero, 45, was pronounced dead about noon, they said. Romero apparently had been unresponsive at University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital since being shot in the head at his Wayland Drive home Monday. Edgar Noel Vieyra of Georgetown, an ex-
Fisher, 41, was pronounced dead at University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital March 9 after he was found in a yard in the 500 block of Chestnut...More details became available Thursday, when Fisher's alleged accomplice was arrested. Perry Lamont White,
Glass, 69, was charged with eight counts of first-degree sexual abuse. He was arrested by Lexington police Friday, according to court records. According to uniform citations filed in Fayette County District Court, Glass allegedly had sexual contact
Compton, 27, admitted he owned the computer and iPhone on which the videos were found, but told police he did not download the videos. "Compton did not take responsibility for the files believed to be in violation," police wrote in an arrest warrant.
David Wafford is charged with second-degree manslaughter, driving under the influence and two counts of second-degree assault for the wreck that killed his uncle, Richard Hendron, 54, and injured others. Wafford was behind the wheel of a Chevrolet
The Lexington man arrested Tuesday in a scuffle outside the Kentucky Senate chamber said he never touched Senate President David Williams. Stephen Rhodes Schwartz, 45, said he joined other people at the Capitol who wanted to protest a political