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Cops & Courts

  • EARLIER: Shelby police officers not held to fitness standards

    On a tragic afternoon at a house in Shelbyville last month, two Shelbyville Police Officers grappled with a teenager who they say was hitting them with a variety of items.

    Both officers were struck, one severely, before, police said, a female officer drew her gun and shot and killed 18-year-old Trey F. Williams.

    Among the many questions that emerged from that confrontation, in which two officers apparently failed to subdue one younger and larger individual, is this: How physically fit are the men and women trained to protect and serve the citizens?

  • Beating victim was stabbed by screw driver

    While friends of Denisse Escareno pray for a holiday miracle to awaken her from a 4-week coma, new details emerged Thursday about the violent beating she endured before being left beside Mount Eden Road on Nov. 5.

    Escareno, 24, has been kept alive by machines at the University of Louisville Medical Center since she was found brutally beaten, about 2 miles south of Interstate 64.

  • Shelby County Sheriff's Reports Dec. 02, 2011

    DUI

    Mateo Miguel Martinez, 22, of 712 Shelburne Drive in Louisville was arrested Nov. 6 on I-64 west at mile marker 29 and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs of alcohol, first offense, no operator's license and failure to maintain required insurance.

     

    Drugs

  • A Killer Goes Free: Stories from families affected by shock probation

    Cindi’s story

    “It’s the worst thing a parent can ever go through, just knowing how she suffered. There’s just no way it will ever make sense to me at all.”

    Cindi McIntosh of Shelbyville, whose daughter, Beth McIntosh-Shreve, 37, a nurse at Jewish Hospital Shelbyville, was brutally murdered in 2007, leaving behind three children.

     

    Carolyn’s story

  • EARLIER: Investigation into teen's shooting awaits lab work

    The investigation into a fatal police shooting in which an 18-year-old was killed is continuing, said officials of the Kentucky State Police, the agency in charge.

    KSP spokesperson Ron Turley said he could not comment on any injuries sustained by Shelbyville Police officers Suzanna Marcum and Frank Willoughby on Nov. 19, when Trey F. Williams was shot to death at his grandmother’s home on Clifton Court, or on their status at the police department or any other details until after the investigation is completed.

  • Craig now facing harsher sentence

    Because she didn’t comply with an agreement to reimburse some of the thousands of dollars she admitted stealing from her former employer, Kelly Craig now faces a stiffer sentence.

    Craig, 45, a former long-time employee of Tracy’s Home Furnishings in Shelbyville, had pleaded guilty in October to the original five charges for which she was indicted – theft by unlawful taking of more than $10,000.

  • KSP holds feed the needy campaign

    Frankfort - Starting Nov. 28, 2011, you can help feed needy families for the Christmas Holiday. “Cram the Cruiser” food drive at the Kentucky State Police Frankfort Post began today. A marked Kentucky State Police cruiser will be parked on the grass at the entrance of the Frankfort Post. Anyone who wishes can drop off nonperishable food items in the State Police cruiser day or night. You can also drop off food inside the lobby of the Frankfort Post.

  • Man agrees to 12 years for pizza store robbery

    A Shelbyville man who was charged with the attempted murder of a deputy in 2009 has now pleaded guilty to second-degree robbery.

    Jesse Andrew Loving, 21, of 7609 Hempridge Road pleaded guilty Monday in connection with the robbery last year of Papa John’s Pizza in Shelbyville.

    “He pleaded guilty to that yesterday, and took a twelve-year sentence,” Shelby County Commonwealth Attorney Laura Donnell said.

  • Court report: Nov. 28, 2011

    District court

    The following case were heard by Judge Linda Armstrong:

    Cesar Calderon Gutierrez, no operator's/moped license and first-offense failure of owner to maintain required insurance/security – plead guilty – 10-day sentence and $643 fine and costs.

  • Police urge people not to fall victim to holiday crime

    With all the happiness and good cheer surrounding the holidays, it’s sometimes hard to remember that criminals are doing their Christmas shopping too – and your house could be on their list.

    Kentucky State Police trooper Luke VanHoose recalled a case he worked in Pikeville several years ago, when he and some other officers searched the home of a teen suspected to have been involved in numerous burglaries around Christmastime.