Commonwealth Journal

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August 12, 2013

Coming in Tuesday's CJ

Somerset — Here are the stories the Commonwealth Journal is following for Wednesday:

• Federal prosecutors say they will focus on fewer than 10 complaints of excessive force against Pulaski County Sheriff’s Deputy Steven Molen during his upcoming trial.

• A Pulaski County man has been indicted after police say he sexually abused his stepdaughter.

Ronnie Lee Logan, 45, of Hendricks Road, Science Hill, was arrested Saturday, Aug. 10, and charged with one count of incest in connection with an alleged July 2009 incident.

• The roads in southern Pulaski County can get a little confusing — which could make a difference in a life-or-death situation.

On Monday, citizens from the area visited county officials hoping to change that.

 

Read about these and other stories in Tuesday's edition of the Commonwealth Journal.

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