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Hardin County man indicted in crash killing unborn child

ELIZABETHTOWN, Ky. (WAVE) - A Hardin County man has been indicted in a crash that led to the stillborn delivery of a baby. Kenneth Johnson, 63, was charged with fetal homicide, two counts of wanton endangerment and assault in connection to a crash on Jan. 31. According to Elizabethtown Police,...
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Man accused of robbing Elizabethtown boutique at knife point arrested

The man accused of robbing an Elizabethtown boutique at knife point has been arrested. Elizabethtown Police Department spokesman Officer Chris Denham said authorities received a tip via Hardin County Crime Stoppers soon after photos of the suspect were released to the media. During the subsequent investigation, police obtained a probable...
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Man Indicted For Fetal Homicide

A Hardin County man has been indicted in a crash that led to the stillborn delivery of a baby. Kenneth Johnson, 63, was charged with fetal homicide, two counts of wanton endangerment and assault in connection to a crash on January 31. According to Elizabethtown Police, the crash happened around...
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Armed Robbery Suspect Arrested

A tip shared with Hardin County Crime Stoppers is being credited to help the Elizabethtown Police Department make an arrest Tuesday of an armed robbery suspect. Less than 32 hours after The Bug’s Ear Boutique, across from the hospital, was robbed at knife point, Elizabethtown Police took 60 year-old Richard Earl McDaniel, of Elizabethtown, into custody around 5:30 p.m. Tuesday. McDaniel is charged with first-degree robbery and being held in the Hardin County Detention Center under a $25,000 cash bond. He is scheduled to be arraigned in Hardin District Court Wednesday, June 29.
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Sen. McConnell visits Elizabethtown; gives opinion on Supreme Court rulings

ELIZABETHTOWN, Ky. — Sen. Mitch McConnell visited the commonwealth on Tuesday. He spoke at the Rotary Club of Elizabethtown's luncheon, giving his opinion on the recent Supreme Court rulings. McConnell said he believes the Supreme Court's job is to follow the Constitution as closely as possible, not interject their opinions. "You're not a very good judge if you're not occasionally unhappy with the outcome you reach, because it's not your personal opinion," said McConnell, "It's what seems to be required by the constitution and the laws."
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Texas man sentenced over Kentucky counterfeit credit card scheme

A Texas man who briefly lived in Kentucky was sentenced yesterday to four and half years in prison for aggravated identity theft and numerous other charges at United States District Court in Louisville after he was caught with over 40 counterfeit credit cards at the city’s Muhammad Ali International Airport.
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Elizabethtown police searching for armed robbery suspect caught on camera

ELIZABETHTOWN, Ky. (WAVE) - Police in Elizabethtown are searching for a suspect caught on camera who allegedly robbed a boutique at knifepoint on Monday morning. Shortly after 10 a.m. on Monday, officers with Elizabethtown Police were called to “The Bug’s Ear” at 912 North Dixie Highway in response to an armed robbery, according to EPD spokesman Chris Denham.
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Truck bursts into flames on the WK Parkway

The Leitchfield Fire Department responded to a truck fire Monday on the Western Kentucky Parkway. Firefighters were dispatched Monday night at approximately 7:35 to the near the 101-mile marker of the westbound parkway after a 2012 Chevrolet Silverado truck burst into flames. Upon LFD personnel arriving on scene, the truck...
LEITCHFIELD, KY
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BOLO: Stolen vehicle & two possible suspects

At 1:54PM on 06/28/2022 the Meade County Sheriff's Department released the following BOLO to the public:. On Saturday, 25 June 2022, Deputies were called to a theft of a vehicle at Dodge's Convenience Store in Muldraugh. The persons of interest entered the store and purchased multiple items prior to leaving. Upon exiting the business, the persons of interest observed a vehicle running in the parking lot and subsequently stole the vehicle traveling north on Dixie Highway towards Louisville, KY. The suspects stole a 2005 Ford F-250 FX4 4 Door White in color with a tan strip on the bottom bearing Kentucky License Plate 012YKF. Two stickers are on the rear window of the truck one is a "2nd Amendment" Sticker, and the other is a subdued target reading Group Therapy.
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Dry weather holds firm as heat builds once again

INDIANAPOLIS – This morning was our coolest in three weeks across Central Indiana with low temperatures reaching 56° downtown. However, this was one of the mildest readings across the area with a few locations dipping into the mid 40s! We can thank high pressure directly overhead and dry air for this cool morning. While dry air will stick around for a few more days, the cooler weather will not…
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Elizabethtown Police Search For Robbery Suspect

Police in Elizabethtown are searching for a suspect caught on camera who allegedly robbed a boutique at knifepoint on Monday morning. Shortly after 10 a.m. on Monday, officers with Elizabethtown Police were called to “The Bug’s Ear” at 912 North Dixie Highway in response to an armed robbery, according to Elizabethtown Police Department spokesman Chris Denham.
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Elizabethtown armed robbery suspect arrested

ELIZABETHTOWN, Ky. — Elizabethtown police have arrested a man they say robbed a local boutique at knifepoint. Shortly after 10 a.m. on Monday, police were called out to "The Bug's Ear" boutique on Dixie Highway for a report of an armed robbery. According to police, the suspect fled the...
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