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Private Detective: Carroll County Sheriff Arrested

Carroll County Sheriff Jamie Kinman has been arrested, Kentucky State Police confirm.

According to a press release, Kinman was charged with two counts of burglary and two counts of theft of a controlled substance. Kinman was admitted to a rehab facility one week ago.


The announcement came from KSP’s Department of Drug Enforcement and Special Investigations.  Chief Deputy Rodney Hawkins is serving as interim sheriff.

Pedophile Tracking Winston-Salem Woman Accused of Child Sex Trafficking

A Winston-Salem woman was indicted on charges that she engaged in child sex trafficking of a girl under 18.

Flora Riano Gonzalez, 39, of East 25th Street, was indicted Monday on human trafficking and sexual servitude.


According to the indictments, Gonzalez is accused of transporting a girl to engage in sexual acts with men in exchange for money. The incidents are alleged to have happened between Jan. 15, 2011 and Jan. 15, 2014.

Private Detective: Man Arrested in Georgia in Connection with Lexington Robbery

A Lexington man wanted in connection with a February bank robbery has been arrested in Georgia.

Investigators in Lexington learned Wednesday that 27-year-old Jesse Williams was taken into custody on Sunday and is lodged in the DeKalb County Jail.


He will be extradited on a warrant for robbery 1st.

Detectives say that on Monday, February 27, a man and a woman walked into Chase Bank on Winchester Road and demanded money.

The tellers complied and the suspects then fled with the cash.

Ashley Jones, 25, was located and arrested on Monday, March 13.

Jesse Williams

Ashley Jones

Missing Person Barren Co Sheriff’s Office Looking For Teen Missing Since Dec 2015

The Barren County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a teen missing since December 2015.

They say it is possible that Alexis Moore was pregnant at the time of her disappearance and she may have a baby now.

The sheriff’s office said he had a prior history of being a runaway. Her family believes she may have gone to Michigan with an unknown male acquaintance.


The family is offering a reward of $1,000 any information that leads directly to Alexis’ safe return. The reward will be paid when Lexi is safe and home.

She is described as 5’0”, 120 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. She is 16-years-old now.

If anyone has any information on the whereabouts of Alexis please contact the Barren County Sheriff’s Office or your local law enforcement agency. You can also call our tip line at 270-646-8771.

Accident Reconstruction Woman Killed in Nicholasville Crash

One woman has died following a serious accident that shut down a Jessamine County road.

It happened just after 7:00 a.m. Wednesday on Brannon Road near Legacy Drive in Nicholasville.

Police say the crash happened when a dog in the lap of the passenger got away from him and distracted the driver. She lost control of the car and hit a tree head-on.

The driver, now identified as 47-year-old Julie McGlothen, was rushed to the hospital with serious injuries where she later died.


A man was also taken to the hospital and was treated for his injuries.

According to police, the puppy did not survive the crash.

Brannon Road was shut down in both directions for over an hour but has since re-opened.

An accident reconstruction crew was called to the scene.

This was the first fatal collision the Jessamine County Sheriff’s Office has worked since May 22, 2016.

Missing Person Laurel County Teen Found Safe

The 16-year-old at the center of a missing person search has been found safe.

Laurel County Deputies say that 16-year-old Joshua Sawyers of London went to school at South Middle School on Monday morning and didn’t return home.


They say Sawyers was found safe early Tuesday morning.

Private Detective: Stolen Nicholasville Guns Recovered, Three Arrested

Three men have been arrested after dozens of firearms were stolen during a burglary Tuesday in Jessamine County.

The Jessamine County Sheriff’s Office says 30-40 firearms, including handguns, shoulder-fired weapons and numerous magazines and ammunition were reported stolen after a burglary on Hunters Ferry Road.


Deputies say they were able to recover multiple weapons and ammunition.

Some quick leads led to the arrest of three suspects Tuesday night: 18-year-old Cameron Miller, 18-year-old Jacob Lay, and 19-year-old Bradley Bush were all charged with receiving stolen property (firearms). All three men are from Nicholasville.

The three were taken to the Jessamine County Detention Center.

Missing Person Stanley Wells’ Wife Still Hoping to Find Him

Searchers in Morgan County are still looking for a body at the bottom of the Licking River.

It’s been three weeks since 65 year-old Stanley Wells was last seen on his boat in the river, before it capsized.

On Tuesday, his grieving wife spoke with us for the first time.

“It hurts so bad. I can’t touch him and I can’t see him,” said Stanley’s wife, Fonda Wells.

On a cold day in February, Stanley Wells took his boat out on the river near his home to test out a new motor.


“My husband got on that boat, (and) he didn’t know he was not gonna come back to me,” said Fonda Wells.

A boy who was with Wells that night told Fish and Wildlife that the boat flipped, and the 65 year-old went into the water.

“It’s been a little over 3 weeks and they’re (searchers) still searching,” said Wells. “They’ve walked the riverbanks. They’ve had boats, they’ve had dogs, they’ve had helicopters. They’ve given it all that they have and I admire them and I thank God for them.”

Because of the strong current and poor visibility in the water, conditions  for rescue crews have been difficult.

Fonda Wells knows in her heart her husband of nearly 50 years is gone, but she wants to properly say goodbye.

“I want them to find his body. I want to know that he won’t be down there like that forever,” said Wells. “It hurts so bad and I miss him so much. I just want closure.”

Fonda Wells holding a picture of her missing husband, Stanley

Cold Case Coroner Attempting to ID Body Found in 1989

A Grant County cold case is getting new life thanks to help from the Scott County Coroner.

Coroner John Goble is going to exhume the victim’s body in hopes of retrieving DNA that will help investigators identify the man.

In 1989, a farmer found the body of a man inside his Grant County barn. Authorities say he was hanged, shot, then someone cut off his hands so he couldn’t be identified through fingerprints. Nearly 30 years later we still don’t know his name, but now police are turning to Goble for help.


Goble recently helped exhume the body of a young boy killed by a train back in 1921. Goble was brought in to try and collect DNA from his remains to see if officials could find a match with relatives. It was during this exhumation that a detective in the Grant County cold case asked if Goble could help him.

NAMUS, the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System, is helping too. Goble’s wife, Forensic Anthropologist Dr. Emily Craig, plays a major role in that organization.

Todd Matthew of NAMUS plans to be at the exhumation next month.

The hope is DNA collected from relatives of missing loved ones will match this victim.

Pedophile Tracking USPS Employee Arrested for Allegedly Seeking Sex With Minor

Attorney General Andy Beshear announced that a Hardin County man has been arrested for allegedly seeking sex with a minor.

Timothy Scott Walters, 50, of Elizabethtown, has been charged with one count of prohibited use of an electronic communication system for the purpose of procuring a minor for a sex offense.

Investigators say that they started investigating Walters after he posted an online ad seeking sex with a minor and sending sexually explicit photos of himself through email to cyber investigators.


Walters admitted to sending the images during an interview with investigators.

Walters, a United State Postal Service employee, was identified and located with the assistance of US Postal Inspectors.

Investigators seized several electronic devices.

Walters was lodged in the Hardin County Detention Center. He was scheduled to be arraigned in Hardin District Court Tuesday.