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Cops & Courts

  • New police program rolls out in Shelby

    First there was eCommerce and then you could eFile your taxes, now Shelby County's law enforcement community is cashing in on the ease of it all.

    The Kentucky Attorney General's office completed its installation of the eWarrant system in the 53rd District - which includes Shelby, Anderson and Spencer counties - Thursday, joining seven other counties currently using that software.

  • Brothers run car through fence trying to elude police

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  • Frankfort police seek escaped inmate

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  • Shelbyville officer retires

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  • High-speed chase starts in Shelby, ends in Franklin

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  • Shelbyville Police Reports: Nov. 26, 2010

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  • A case that feels cold

    Two years have passed but not the images. They are burned in her brain and continue to send her reeling into horror at any moment of the day.

    Katherine Nichols remembers the day she went to the home of her younger brother, James Duckett, on Rockbridge Road and found him dead – murdered in chilling, execution style-fashion.

  • Shelby County Grand Jury Indictments Nov. 19, 2010

    Charles R. Stoess II of 359 Bellview Road in Shelbyville was indicted for cultivation of marijuana, five or more plants and being a convicted felon in possession of a handgun.

    Amber N. Stoess of 359 Bellview Road in Shelbyville was indicted for cultivation of marijuana, five or more plants and being a convicted felon in possession of a handgun.

    David S. Brown of 359 Bellview Road in Shelbyville was indicted for cultivation of marijuana, five or more plants and being a convicted felon in possession of a handgun.

  • Simpsonville family homeless after fire

    A Simpsonville family is homeless after an early morning fire Wednesday destroyed their house on Conner Station Road, sending two people to the hospital.

    The Simpsonville Fire Department responded to a fire at 3435 Conner Station Road, the home of Roscoe Scott, at 4:30 a.m., Assistant Fire Chief Ronnie Sowder said.

    “The house was fully involved when we go there,” he said.

    Sowder said the fire started in the laundry room, but he said he does not know what caused it.

  • Thanksgiving fire destroys home near Mount Eden

    Thanksgiving Day turned out to be a day of sorrow for one Shelby County family whose home was destroyed by fire.

    Mount Eden Fire Chief Doug Herndon said the home of William and Teri Hornung, located on the 7000 block of Mount Eden Road in the Indian Trace subdivision, was completely engulfed in flames when firefighters arrived.

    “When we got there, it was fully involved,” he said.

    Three fire agencies battled the blaze, as Herndon called in reinforcements from the Shelby County and Shelbyville Fire Departments.