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Accident Reconstruction Medical Condition May Have Lead to Fatal Crash –

The Fayette County Coroner’s Office has confirmed a man died Saturday after allegedly crashing his car into a pole. The man’s name hasn’t been released.


Police say the accident happened just before 7 a.m. near the intersection of Nicholasville and Burt Road. Investigators say the 58-year-old driver had a medical condition that may have lead to the accident. He was the only one in the car at the time and was not wearing a seatbelt.

The man was taken to UK Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

Private Detective: Lexington Police Arrest Alleged Serial Burglar –

Lexington Police say they’ve arrested a serial burglar who admitted to committing several crimes.

Officers arrested Terry Wayne Rogers, 46, on Friday.

Authorities say he burglarized eight different businesses and garages across Lexington.


Police say he confessed to committing some of the burglaries.

Officers say he stole two utility trailers.

Rogers is facing numerous charges.

Private Detective: Lexington Police Searching For Suspect in Early Morning Robbery –

Police are looking for a suspect they say was involved in a robbery early Saturday morning.

Authorities say the Shell gas station on East New Circle was robbed around 6:30 a.m. Saturday morning.


The man walked into Shell, said he had a weapon and demanded money. The suspect got away with an unknown amount of money.

Police say the suspect is a white man wearing a dark blue jacket and dark blue hoodie.

No injuries were reported.



Missing Person Kelsie Schelling of Pueblo, CO Missing Since 2013 –

“I don’t see any signs of my old self, I’ve changed so drastically in my personality, in everything, that I don’t even relate to who Laura used to be,” said Laura Saxton.

Saxton’s life changed forever on February 4th of 2013. Her daughter, Kelsie Schelling, disappeared. That night, Kelsie headed to Pueblo to visit her boyfriend, Donthe Lucas. Just that morning Schelling confirmed she was two months pregnant with their child.


“We know that she and Donthe met,” said Saxton. “He has admitted that they met, but what transpired after is where the lies begin and where the statements don’t match the physical evidence that we have.”

Saxton has made it clear she believes her daughter is dead. She claims Donthe Lucas is responsible and Pueblo police have botched the investigation. A lawsuit, filed earlier this year against the Lucas family, several police officers and the city of Pueblo, is pending.

Because the courts  in our area don’t give someone the right to sue over a botched police investigation, a magistrate judge is recommending the case against the police officers be thrown out. Still, it gives insight into what Laura Saxton believes happened to her daughter.

In the lawsuit, Saxton states the last text message Kelsie ever sent was to Donthe Lucas at 12:32 in the morning on February 5, 2013 asking where he was and quote “complaining that she had been waiting for over an hour for him.”

According to the lawsuit, the next morning Donthe “withdrew $400 cash from the ATM” with Kelsie’s card.

The lawsuit claims Donthe then parked Kelsie’s car at the Walmart on West Northern Avenue in Pueblo. Video released by the Pueblo Police Department shows a person driving Kelsie’s car out of the Walmart parking lot. It was found more than a week later parked at St. Mary Corwin hospital.

Months later, Laura Saxton’s lawsuit claims a Pueblo landlord who was renting to Donthe’s mother found her apartment abandoned and trashed. When he went to replace the carpet, the lawsuit claims the bottom was “soaked” with what “appeared to be blood.”

11 News anchor Dianne Derby asked Pueblo Deputy Chief Mike Bennett about those claims. When asked if his department ever retrieved that carpet from the landlord Bennett replied, “That’s what I meant when I said there is some misinformation going around involved in this case. I’m aware of all of those tips, our detectives are aware of all of those tips. As I said, all tips that we are aware of have been followed up thoroughly.”

The lawsuit also claims Pueblo police did not search Lake Minnequa in Pueblo even after getting reports in person from a man fishing there that he had snagged his line on what appeared to be a body.

When asked if his department searched Lake Minnequa, Bennett replied, “I’m not at liberty to talk about that.”

Derby then asked Bennett if his officers or the department in any way searched Lake Minnequa since February of 2013.

Bennett replied, “Yes, we have followed up on every tip we have been made aware of.”

Bennett said the Schelling and Lucas families have been uncooperative.

Derby went to Donthe Lucas’ home in Pueblo and tried to talk to him in person. His grandmother would not talk on camera but said cadaver dogs searched her home twice.

“I don’t know how those people live with themselves, how they sleep at night,” said Saxton.

Without her daughter’s body, without answers about what happened to her, Saxton clings to memories.

“Her smile could light up a room, and her laugh would make everyone laugh and I miss hearing that,” said Saxton. “I’m scared of when I don’t remember what it sounded like.”

If you or anyone you know has information about the disappearance of Kelsie Schelling, please come forward. You can remain anonymous by calling Pueblo Crime Stoppers at 719-542-STOP (7867).

Private Detective: Police Investigating Armed Robbery –

Police are investigating an armed robbery that happened around 10 p.m. last night at the Brannon Crossing Kroger fuel pumps.

Police say a man was pumping gas. When he got back into his car, it was occupied with two men who held him at gunpoint. They then made him drive down to the Kentucky River off of US 27.

The two suspects took property from the victim and then made him walk north on US 27. The victim walked to a friend’s house nearby where he then called police.


The suspects are described as two black males. One was wearing a red hoodie sweatshirt, blue jeans and Nike shoes with gold wings and had short dreadlocks.

The other suspect was wearing a dark colored hoodie sweatshirt and was holding silver revolver. If you have any information, you’re urged to call the Nicholasville Police Department.

Private Detective: Two People Arrested For Manufacturing Meth in Whitley Co. –

Two people were arrested Thursday after the Whitley County Sheriff’s Department received information that methamphetamine was being manufactured at a Mt. Ash Pike home.

Deputy David Rowe said that as he was approaching the residence, he sensed a chemical odor associated with the manufacture of meth.

In the home they found Robert Adkins, 45, who had what they believed to be meth on him.


The Sheriff’s Department found one active meth lab in the home, as well as numerous bags containing a powdery substance believed to be methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.

Deanna Adkins, 39, was also found in the home and arrested. Both were charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, first-degree possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. They were lodged in the Whitley County Detention Center.

Wrongful Death Suspect in 2011 Laurel Co. Murder Speaks Out –

Police have arrested a third person in connection to the 2011 murder of a Montgomery County man.

Natasha Martin was booked in the Montgomery County Jail Friday. She has been charged with murder and robbery in the death of 52-year-old Paul Brewer.

Martin did an interview with LEX 18 at the Montgomery County Jail, she was adamant that she did not kill him.


“I did not do that, I was not there, and the only people that can help me is Nickie Miller and Cody Hall to tell the truth,” Martin said.

Nickie Miller is Martin’s second cousin and Cody Hall is Martin’s legal husband, they are the other two people under arrest in the case.

Investigators say that Hall and Miller were prime suspects from the start of the investigation.

“For years I have always heard you know Cody and Nickie done this, but I personally do not know,” said Martin. “You know, I know what the town rumor is.”

The Sheriff says that Brewer invited two women into his house, and those women knew that Miller and Hall would later show up to rob him. Investigators say that during the robbery Brewer was shot several times in his bed.

Investigators say that the case broke when one of the two women linked to the crime came clean after she got into trouble.

Martin says that she has lied to the police, telling them what they wanted to hear, but now she says she is changing her story.

“I’m done lying, I am done telling stories just because I was scared,” said Martin. “I mean anybody in my position would have done the same thing. They are sitting there and telling you, ‘If you don’t tell us something, you’re not going home, you’re getting charged for capital murder.’ You tell them something and that’s what I did.”

“I just want everything to come out, the whole truth, not part of the truth, everything. So that this man’s family may have peace, this man can have justice,” said Martin.

Police say one more person will be arrested in the case.

Accident Reconstruction Montgomery Co. Teacher Killed in Jeffersonville Crash –

The Montgomery County Sheriff confirms that a teacher was killed in an early morning crash on her way to work.

The crash occurred at the intersection of 460 and 599 in Jeffersonville. The sheriff tells LEX 18 that 51-year-old Sheila Baker drove into the path of a truck as she turned onto 460.


Baker was pronounced dead on scene. The driver of the truck and two small children passengers were not hurt.

Baker was a science teacher at Mapleton Elementary School.

Private Detective: Three Arrested in Connection With Papa John’s Robbery –

Three people have been charged in connection to the robbery of a Papa John’s delivery driver during the fundraiser for Officer Ellis’ family.

On November 17, Papa John’s in Richmond was donating 100% of its profits made that day to the family of fallen Richmond Police Officer Daniel Ellis.

Around 8:30 p.m. that night, a Papa John’s driver was delivering a called in order of six pizzas, valued at $48) to the 100 block of Pine Street. As he got out of his car he was approached by three young men, one indicated that he needed to get the money together to pay the diver, but instead he slammed the driver into his car.


Police say the other two males joined in the assault and then ran off with the pizzas and a small amount of cash. The driver returned to Papa John’s and reported the incident to the police. He only had minor injuries and he did not require medical attention.

Richmond Police received a tip that led to the identity of the three suspects.

On November 19 police charged Jacob M. Taylor, 18, of Linden Street and two juvenile males from Richmond, ages 14 and 17 in connection with the robbery.

The evidence linking them to the crime was found at Taylor’s residence.

The three were charged with Robbery, second degree.

Taylor was lodged in the Madison County Detention Center and the two juveniles were lodged in the Fayette County Regional Juvenile Detention Center.

The driver is a volunteer firefighter from Frankfort.

Wrongful Death Arrest Made in Death of 7 Year Old Allen County Girl –

An arrest has been made in the murder of an Allen County 7-year-old.

A source close to the investigation tells Bowling Green TV station WBKO that Timmy Madden, of Allen County, has been arrested in connection with the death of 7-year-old Gabbi Doolin.

Madden has been charged with kidnapping, first degree rape, first degree sodomy and murder in the death of Gabbi Doolin.

Madden went to high school at the same time as Gabbi Doolin’s father, Brian.


Authorities say Doolin was killed Saturday. Her mother had reported her missing about 25 minutes before her body was discovered in a creek in a wooded area behind Allen County-Scottsville High School. They were at the school attending a youth football game.

An autopsy conducted Sunday ruled the girl’s death a homicide. Gabriella Doolin’s funeral was held Thursday at Scottsville Baptist Church.

Kentucky State Police Trooper B.J. Eaton said the Bowling Green post’s entire detective staff is investigating the slaying. The cause of death hasn’t been released.

On Sunday, hundreds of people attended a candlelight vigil in downtown Scottsville to show support for Gabriella’s family.


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