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Man involved in local police chase gets 35 years
An Ohio man who led local police officers on a high-speed pursuit in August 2012 was sentenced to more than 30 years in prison this week for federal charges connected to a wide-scale marijuana distribution ring and his assault on a West Virginia State Trooper.
Councilors shoot down Wi-Fi plan
City councilors, citing cost and usability issues, aren’t yet moving forward with plans to provide limited wireless Internet access in downtown Somerset.
Local man gets 15-year sentence on charge of incest
A Pulaski County man who pleaded guilty to incest charges was sentenced last week in court.
Ronnie Lee Logan, 45, of Hendricks Road, Science Hill, appeared in Pulaski Circuit Court Thursday before Judge Jeffrey T. Burdette.
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Local teen takes Alford plea for role in murder plot
A Pulaski County teenager who took part in a plot to murder his parents entered an Alford plea to the related charges this week.
SPD officer gets license back on technicality
A local police sergeant facing a DUI charge is getting his license thanks to a legal technicality.
Pulaski District Judge Scott Lawless on Friday ordered that Somerset Police Department Sgt. Jason Griffith’s license be reinstated after special prosecutor Kevin Shearer acknowledged that Griffith had not been read an implied consent warning before refusing a Breathalyzer test on the night of his arrest.
Somerset High Super Fan injured in Lincoln crash
A Somerset woman was seriously injured in a car accident this week.
Anne Compton, 68, was listed in serious condition as of 12 p.m. Friday at the University of Kentucky Medical Center, according to a spokesperson there.
According to published reports, the single-vehicle accident happened shortly before 12 p.m. Thursday on U.S. 27 in Lincoln County.
JFK assassination remembered
Pulaski countians are joining millions today as they pause to remember one of the blackest moments in this nation’s history. This is the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States.
Molen resigns as Pulaski Co. sheriff’s deputy
Less than a week after accepting a plea deal in a high profile civil rights case, Steve Molen has resigned his position as Pulaski County sheriff’s deputy.
Pulaski County Sheriff Todd Wood confirmed that he received Molen’s resignation on Monday.
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