Fraud Investigation BBB Warns of Central KY Postcard Scam

The Better Business Bureau is trying to make sure people don’t become a victim of a scam making its way through Central Kentucky.

There are postcards that state they are offering an unclaimed reward of $100 in gift savings.

However, those rewards come at a cost.

The Cards ask people to call a hotline and give their credit card information to cover shipping costs.

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The BBB said you should never give your credit information to a stranger over the phone.

And if a prize really is free, you should not have to pay for it.

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Missing Person 6 Year Old Boy Returned, Father Still on The Run

The missing 6-year-old boy has been found safe in Madison County but the search for his father continues.

Police are still trying to find 29-year-old Stevie Saylor Jr. He’s wanted for a long list of potential charges including wanton endangerment, violation of a protection order, unlawful imprisonment and assault.

Stevie Saylor III was returned to his mother this evening in Berea.

Berea Police said the father dropped the boy off at the child’s grandmother’s home on Paint Lick Road and then she turned the child into police and state troopers.

His mother said this all started in Rockcastle County when the boy’s mother was being held against her will at gun point.

She said her ex-husband followed her to Berea, then took their son Monday afternoon.

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Now police said Saylor Jr. is on the run. He is wanted for several arrest warrants and investigators said they believe he is driving a black Chevy S10 pickup truck.

If you know where Saylor Jr. is, you’re asked to call police right away.

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Accident Reconstruction Two Sent to Hospital After Wreck in Morgan County

Two drivers had to be taken to the hospital following a crash in Morgan County.

State Police said 61-year-old Brenda Boyd lost control trying to pass a vehicle on the Bert T. Combs Parkway Monday afternoon.

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Police said she crossed the center line and hit another vehicle.

Police said Dudley Stafford was in the other car. He was taken to a local hospital for treatment.

Boyd was flown to UK Hospital. She’s listed in serious condition.

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Wrongful Death Neighbors Say Fatal Louisville Shooting Was Over Electric Bill

Neighbors say a man shot his landlord in a dispute over an electric bill in Louisville Monday.

Police arrested Anthony Jecker, 54, and charged him with murder after the shooting at an apartment building at the corner of Fegenbush Lane and Norbrook Drive in the city’s south end. Police didn’t confirm the details, and officials have not released the victim’s name.

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Metro Police spokesman Dwight Mitchell said the shooting happened on a busy side street in the Norfolk neighborhood with children and families just outside.

“Someone decided to do something that obviously killed someone, but also could’ve put a lot of other people in danger,” he said.

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Private Detective, Campbellsville Police Ask for Help ID’ing Person of Interest

The Campbellsville Police Department is asking for help identifying a person of interest in a burglary investigation.

The woman is described as white, 5 foot 2 inches, black hair and heavy set.

She was last seen driving a 1998 white Ford extended can pick up truck with Tennessee plate, 334BQN.

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Anyone with information are asked to contact the Campbellsville Police Department or if you wish to remain anonymous you can call the Pride Line at (270) 469-PRIDE.

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Wrongful Death Body Found in Trunk in Fort Bend County, TX

A body found in the trunk of a car in northwest Harris County has been identified as a man reported missing in Fort Bend County, Houston police said.

Houston police said Everton Lloyd Hernandez was found at about noon Saturday in the 1000 block of Pinemont. Neighbors at the Dominion Square Apartments called police to complain about a foul odor coming from the vehicle, which they said had been parked in the complex for more than a week.

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The officers learned the vehicle was involved in a missing person case reported to the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office.

HPD homicide investigators notified the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office and the two agencies say they are working together in the investigation.

Anyone with information in this case is urged to contact the HPD Homicide Division at 713-308-3600.

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Private Detective, Anonymous Tip Stops Johnson County Thieves

An anonymous tip stopped a church from being the victim of thieves.

Police received a tip that two men were trying to break into the East Side Freewill Baptist Church In the Thelma community of Johnson County.

When the sheriff’s office responded, he said the burglary suspects had taken off but had left their vehicle behind.

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There was evidence that they had tried to steal the church’s air conditioning unit.

The sheriff’s office said they are not releasing the names of the two until an indictment.

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Wrongful Death Two Dead in Apparent Murder-Suicide in Bullitt County

A husband and wife were found dead inside of a Bullitt County home following what officials believe to be a murder-suicide.

The Bullitt County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Lt. Mike Murdoch, the couple died from gunshot wounds sometime Sunday. A family member discovered the them inside of a bedroom in the home on Cow Branch Road Monday afternoon.

Police said there were no clear clues pointing to a motive inside the home. The sheriff’s office did not have records of any calls regarding domestic problems. Deputies even had a hard time finding the home after they got the call Monday afternoon.

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“I can tell you that it’s a very small road. In fact one of the detectives didn’t even know where it was because we hardly make calls out here,” Lt. Murdoch said.

A neighbor said things seemed strange after noticing her neighbor’s garage door open late Sunday night. He usually has them closed she said. She would often see the husband outside, doing yard work or playing with his young granddaughter.

The Bullitt County Coroner said the family was together, trying to cope after hearing the news. The identity of the couple has not been released but officials said they appeared to be in their late 50s or early 60s

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Missing Person Berea Police Looking for Man Who Took Off With Son

A 6-year-old boy has gone missing from Berea.

Berea police said 29-year-old Stevie Saylor Jr. did not have custody of his son, Stevie Saylor III, but took him from the child’s mother anyway.

Berea Police are not calling this a kidnapping but are asking the public to help them the two.

Police believe he is somewhere in Madison County. They have not said if Saylor Jr. is dangerous.

The child’s mother and grandmother said this all started in Rockcastle County a few days ago when the child’s mother was being held against her will.

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She then got away and said Saylor Jr. hit her car and took their son Monday in Madison County.

Police said there are active warrants for Saylor Jr.’s arrest. He has been in trouble before for drinking and contempt of court.

They were last seen in a 1990′s maroon Jeep. If you know where they are, you are asked to call police.

Police in Madison County need you help tracking down a man, they say, took off with his five-year-old son.

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Private Detective, Howard S. Marshall Named Special Agent in Charge of FBI Louisville Division

Director James B. Comey has named Howard S. Marshall special agent in charge of the FBI’s Louisville Division. Mr. Marshall most recently served as an inspector in the Inspection Division at FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C.

Mr. Marshall began his career as a special agent with the FBI in 1997. He was first assigned to the St. Louis Division, where he worked on a gang and fugitive task force. He then moved to a white-collar crime squad and conducted mortgage and bank fraud investigations.

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In 2003, he was promoted to supervisory special agent in the Cyber Division at FBI Headquarters. In this role, he oversaw an international task force responsible for extraterritorial investigations and collaboration with Interpol. In 2005, he transferred to the Memphis Division to supervise a public corruption squad. While there, he also served as the crisis management coordinator and the acting chief division counsel.

Mr. Marshall was promoted in 2008 to assistant special agent in charge of the Dallas Division. He managed the white-collar crime, intelligence, and administrative programs.

In 2012, Mr. Marshall was promoted to inspector at FBI Headquarters and led inspections of numerous field offices and legal attaches, as well as a number of shooting incident review teams.

Prior to his appointment with the FBI, Mr. Marshall worked for the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office in Little Rock, Arkansas. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Arkansas.

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