Wrongful Death Morehead Man Found Dead in His Driveway

Kentucky State Police are investigating the death of a man found unresponsive in his driveway Thursday afternoon.

Police say a friend came by the home of 82-year-old Lloyd Souders on Lafayette Drive around 2 p.m. and found him dead in a ditch by the driveway.

State police say foul play is suspected.

The coroner said the man lived alone at the home and believes he had been lying in the driveway for hours.

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“My husband called me and told me he had heard that he got beat up pretty bad and it killed him,” Ann Henderson, a friend of the victim said. “I don’t know why anyone would want to do this to the man, but he was real good. He was kind hearted.”

An autopsy is expected to be performed Friday.

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Wrongful Death Two Found Dead in Louisville Home

Two people were found dead from gunshot wounds inside a Louisville home/business Thursday night.

Police say officers found the man and woman inside a home on Mud Lane around 8:45 p.m. The home doubles as the business location for Okolona Tax Prep.

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Investigators say it remains unclear if both victims lived there, or if they knew each other. Police spokeswoman Alicia Smiley said homicide detectives couldn’t rule anything out, including the possibility that the shooting was a murder-suicide.

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Missing Person Madison County Teen Found Safe in SC

A Madison County teenager missing for more than a week has been found safe.

Sierra Rhinehart, 15, was with her family at a BP station off I-75 in Richmond when she walked away on Oct. 3.

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Rhinehart’s aunt says the teen was found in South Carolina, is OK, and will meet with her family Friday morning.

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Missing Person Reward For Woman Last Seen in Plano, TX Increased to $10k

The reward for information about a Fort Worth woman missing for more than a month has been increased to $10,000, Plano Police officials announced Thursday.

Christina Marie Morris, 23, was last seen at the start of the Labor Day weekend. Video surveillance shows Morris and a friend walking into a parking garage just before 4 a.m. Aug. 30 at 5717 Legacy Drive in The Shops at Legacy. Morris was reported missing four days later. Police found her car still in the parking garage. She had not shown up for work and had had no contact with friends or family after that video was taken.

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Her case is classified as a missing person investigation. The reward is for information that leads to the arrest and indictment in Morris’ disappearance “if it is determined that a crime has been committed,” police say.

An anonymous donor provided the additional reward money to the North Texas Crime Commission, which coordinates the Crime Stoppers program.

Anyone with information about Morris’ whereabouts should contact the Plano Police Department at 972-424-5678.

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Private Detective: Knox County Day Care Owner Sentenced in Hot Attic Case

A Knox County woman charged with leaving several children in a hot attic has been sentenced.

Larinda Tuttle will serve two years for second degree criminal abuse.

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In July of 2012, state inspectors went to Great Start Educational Center in Barbourville for a license complaint and investigators say they found five kids alone in an attic in 100-degree heat.

The daycare is no longer open and investigators said the children who were in the attic were not seriously injured.

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Private Detective: Crime Stoppers Most Wanted of The Week

Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help in finding their most wanted of the week.

55-year-old Ricky Lovins is wanted for theft by unlawful taking. He’s described as a 5-foot-8 man weighing about 177 pounds.

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If your tip leads to an arrest, you could earn a $1,000 reward. Just give Crime Stoppers a call at 253-2020.

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Fraud Investigation BBB Warns of “Stormchasers” In Wake of Severe Storms

The Better Business Bureau is warning homeowners about out-of-town “storm chasers” that are being seen in the Bluegrass after this week’s severe storms.

The BBB says residents have reported being approached by traveling contractors who are offering roof repair or replacement caused by wind and hail damage from the storms.

“BBB advises people to carefully check out any company that offers them services. Even if your insurance company will pay the cost, you want to make sure that the business that does the work is reputable, competent, and able to address warranty issues if they arise long after the out-of-towners have left,” said Jack Frank, President & CEO of the BBB.

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Other repairs and services offered might include tree removal, gutter repair or replacement, even automobile dent repair businesses that is temporarily set-up in the area.

The BBB urges consumers to check out the companies before hiring and compare estimates.

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Wrongful Death Louisville Man Charged With Killing Girlfriend

Police have charged a Louisville man with murdering his girlfriend and then trying to burn her body.

Police say On Oct. 6, Antoine Montrell Bosley, 46, shot and killed his live-in girlfriend at their home on Iowa Avenue, and then set the body on fire behind the home trying to dispose of it.

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Investigators say he was involved in a DUI crash the next day, and officers found him in possession of a handgun they think was used in the shooting.

Police charged Bosley with murder, abuse of a corpse, possession of a handgun by a felon and tampering with physical evidence.

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Wrongful Death Man Pleads Guilty to Killing Great Grandma With Hammer

A man accused of killing his great grandmother with a hammer in Madison County faces decades in prison.

According to court documents, William Tribble, 24, confessed to murdering Margie Tribble, 78. She was found beaten to death in her home in July 2008. She died the next day. Tribble pleaded guilty in court Wednesday.

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Prosecutors recommend Tribble serve 35 years in prison, with eligibility for parole after 20 years.

Tribble’s sentencing is scheduled for Oct. 24.

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Wrongful Death Dismembered Skeletal Remains Found in Boise Co., ID

Detectives with the Idaho State Police discovered “dismembered skeletal human remains” in Boise County on Tuesday.

Idaho State Police were tipped off to the location of the remains by a source in another case they are currently working on. Because that case is active, police could not give further information.

Sources also lead investigators to believe that the remains may be those of Joshua Reddington. Reddington, of Salmon, Idaho, has been missing since May 26, 2000. He was 25-years-old when he disappeared, and was last seen in Idaho City.

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Idaho State Police said the building where they found the remains is a cabin or a shed, but not a primary residence. The remains were found underneath the building. Captain Bill Gardiner said the skeletal remains are estimated to be about 14 years old, but detectives are waiting on specific dating tests. They have not confirmed the identity of the person and say it could be difficult to do so due to the age of the remains. Investigators didn’t find a whole skeleton.

“The only reason Mr. Reddington’s name has come up is based on some of the sources that we’ve talked to on another case that we’re currently working,” said Gardiner. So there is no scientific data, there’s no evidence that specifically has told us these remains do belong to Mr. Reddington. But, of course, if it’s a lead we’re going to follow it.”

Captain Gardiner said Idaho State Police have spoken to Reddington’s family.

“Our heart goes out to them. It has from the very beginning,” said Gardiner. “Anybody with close family that has disappeared, you feel for.”

There are not any suspects right now, but troopers say they have a few leads.

Authorities found Steven Kalogerakos’ body earlier this year in Boise County. His sister Maria has told NewsChannel 7 she believes Michael Dauber, who was later charged with Kalogerakos’ murder, also killed Reddington.

As with Kalogerakos’ disappearance, the FBI is also involved in this case. Idaho State Police are also working with the Boise County and Lemhi County Sheriff’s Offices.

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