St. Louis County Police have issued an Endangered Person Advisory for a missing 14-year-old girl.
Princess Randle was last seen on the 1700 block of Rosado Drive around 8:20 Monday evening. Police say Randle suffers from bi-polar disorder, hallucinations, depression, and has a mental capacity of a five-year-old. She did not take her medication before leaving.
Randle is 14-year-old, 5’1”, approximately 100 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a blue hooded sweatshirt and orange spotted pants.
Anyone with information is asked to call the St. Louis County Police Department at 636-529-8210, or call 911 to contact the nearest law enforcement agency.
The Kirkwood Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating a 57-year-old man who went missing last week.
According to Det. Dave Smith, a police spokesman, Thomas Fleming was last seen on Thursday, June 16 around 11 a.m. at his mother’s home in Glendale.
Fleming left the residence in a silver 2007 Nissan Versa with Missouri license plates FC1J3T. The vehicle has a red panda sticker in the rear windshield.
Anyone with information on Fleming’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Kirkwood Police Department at 314-984-6914.
The Montana Department of Justice has issued a Missing/Endangered Person Advisory (MEPA) for Robert Lee Bishop, a 78-year old man with possible dementia.
Bishop was last seen on the evening of June 16, 2016 in Livingston.
He is 5’10″, about 197 pounds, with blue eyes and gray hair.
He does not have his medication with him and called his family reporting that he was lost.
Bishop drives a 2012 light silver blue Hyundai Sonata with Washington license plate AVU7325.
On Thursday night, a cell phone ping indicated that he may be in the Missoula area, possibly trying to return to his home in Washington.
If you have any information on Bishop, you are asked to call the Livingston Police Department at 406-222-2050, or your local law enforcement agency.
A Pike County man says that he was forced to shoot two men who were stealing from his garage.
At 7:00 Monday morning, Randel Stewart says he noticed a suspicious car parked in front of his garage. Stewart says he then confronted two men in the process of stealing things from his garage and he was forced to use his gun.
He told LEX 18 that during the confrontation, one of the men went to the car and grabbed what he thought was a wrench.
“I went around the front, he stopped at his door and got something, I figured it was a lug wrench or something, evidently it was a gun and I shot him,” said Stewart. “When we met at the sign I shot him, this other guy was comin’ out of the garage. I can’t remember if I shot him in the garage or if he come out. But I popped him too, because he had something in his hands too and I thought it was a lug wrench or somethin’. I wasn’t about to let them kill me.”
The two men are dead. They have been identified by KSP as John Rowe, 41 of Pikeville and Tommy Elswick, 38 of Robinson Creek.
Their deaths are being investigated by KSP Troopers
The victims from a weekend shooting in Franklin County have been identified.
Franklin County investigators say they were dispatched to a home on Pea Ridge Road, just outside Frankfort city limits, on Friday night a little before 6 p.m.
When officials arrived they found two people inside shot to death. Those individuals have been identified as Jennifer Lynn Downey, 32, and Carolyn Barker, 89. Both women were from Frankfort. Downey was a caretaker for Barker.
A few hours before the bodies were found at the house on Pea Ridge Road, Franklin County coroner William Harrod told LEX18 authorities responded to what appears to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound at a home on Washington Street. There they discovered Raymond Voin Barker,69.
At this point, investigators cannot confirm if the two cases are connected, but they say Raymond and Carolyn Barker are related.
Downey was a mother of five children.
Sheriff Pat Melton said that they are not looking for a suspect at this point.
A Nelson County man is in jail after facing charges related to possession and distribution of matter portraying a sex performance by a minor.
Brynton Byrd was arrested as the result of an undercover Internet Crimes Against Children investigation. The KSP Electronic Crime Branch began the investigation after discovering the suspect sharing images of child sexual exploitation online.
Byrd is accused of distributing images of sexual acts involving children.
The investigation resulted in the execution of a search warrant at Byrd’s residence in Bardstown. Unspecified equipment was seized and is pending a forensic examination.
Byrd is currently charged with 20 counts of possession and 10 counts of distribution of matter portraying a sex performance by a minor. Each charge is a Class-D felony punishable by one to five years in prison.
Byrd was lodged in the Nelson County Detention Center.
Kentucky State Police confirm that they are investigating the shooting deaths of two individuals in Pike County.
A state police spokesman says it is too early in their investigation to releases names or the gender of those involved.
LEX 18 news has been told the investigation does involve a possible attempted robbery that was stopped by the homeowner, but that is not according to officials.