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Private Detective: Man Being Questioned in Metro PCS Robberies

Two cell phone stores in Lexington were robbed just 24 hours apart.

Lexington police say they are questioning a man who matches the description of the robber in both crimes.

Police say that around 5 p.m. on Tuesday, the Metro PCS on North Limestone was robbed by an armed man wearing a bandana over his face.


Monday night, the Metro PCS on East New Circle was robbed around 7 p.m.. Police say that just minutes after the robbery, they arrested a man on True Alley who matched the description and had outstanding warrants.

Wrongful Death Family Still Searching for Justice After Her Mother’s Murder

The last six months have been agonizing for one Lexington family still searching for their mother’s killer.

Stephanie Mullins was found dead of a gunshot wound behind an apartment complex in August. Just hours before Mullins died, she was on the phone with her daughter, Leeanna Conway.

Conway says didn’t sense any concern or fear in her voice that night, and still replays that conversation in her head.

“Just the not knowing is the worst part of it,” said Conway.


For the five children and seven grandchildren of Stephanie Mullins, life changed the morning of August 7.

That’s when police found Stephanie’s body behind apartments on Cross Keys Drive.

“When you have the opportunity to call someone when you want, and then you can’t. It’s just a constant reminder that they’re not there, and they’re not gonna be there again,” said Conway.

That’s the emotional reality for Conway since that day. She chose to be interviewed, but with her back to the camera because more than six months later, she still tears up when talking about her mom.

“My youngest son is one and a half, and (I’m) watching everything that he learns daily, and I can’t share that with her,” said Conway.

But she does want her mother’s face to be seen and remembered in hopes that someone will contact police with information that can give the family justice.

“I hope that it’s weighing on somebody’s conscience…seeing that she has a family and people that love her, and still do,” said Conway.

Police say the death of Stephanie Mullins is a homicide investigation, but they don’t have any updates at this point.

If you have information about this murder, you can anonymously call or text a tip to Lexington police. Just text in your tip to “CRIMES” and put “LEX PD” in the message along with your tip.

You can call in your tip at 859-253-2020.

Fraud Investigation Man Sentenced to 50 Months for Bank Fraud

A Kentucky man has been sentenced to 50 months in federal prison for bank fraud.

John Guzman, 70 of Shelby County, was sentenced to 50 months for nine counts of bank fraud. He was also sentenced to five years supervised release.

He was convicted last year of defrauding American Founders Bank of over $4,000,000.


According to evidence presented at the trial, Guzman bought the Grider Hill Marina on Lake Cumberland using money from nine fraudulent bank loans.

Guzman submitted false paperwork in his bank loan applications and claimed that the money would be used to buy boats and homes that did not actually exist.

He also falsified appraisal documents and insurance policies for the nonexistent collateral, he forged signatures of investors, acquaintances and his dead brother.

Arson Investigation Former Miss KY USA Contestant Pleads Not Guilty

A former Miss Kentucky USA finalist is accused of setting her roommate’s bed on fire.

Louisville police say Christen McAllister admitted to setting the bed on fire after getting into an argument with her roommate.


It happened early Saturday morning at an off campus apartment complex close to the University of Louisville. According to the arrest citation, she may have been under the influence of alcohol.  McAllister has been charged with first degree arson.

She appeared in a Jefferson County Courtroom Tuesday to plead not guilty to the charges. She was ordered to have no contact with the home in which the fire was reportedly set.

Private Detective: Man Arrested After Being Found With A Stolen Gun and Drugs

A man has been arrested for allegedly buying a stolen gun from a prostitute.

Police say the alleged prostitute stole a gun and their investigation led them to the budget inn motel in Williamsburg Saturday.


That’s where they found a 39 year old woman, who admitted to stealing the weapon but said she sold it. Deputies found Travis Partin, 34, in another room with the stolen gun and meth.

Partin was arrested and is facing several charges.

Private Detective: Nicholasville Police Search for Suspect in Armed Robbery

Nicholasville Police are investigating an early morning robbery that happened at a Speedway gas station.

Police say a man walked into the Speedway on North Main and Barnes after 2 a.m. He pulled a gun on the cashier and demanded cash. The clerk emptied the register and the man fled the scene running towards Barnes Street.


Officers say the suspect is described as a white male who was wearing a dark hoodie.

If you have any information on this case, you are asked to call law enforcement.

Private Detective: Man Arrested in Connection to Richmond Stabbing

Richmond Police have arrested a man in a stabbing incident last week.

According to a press release, police arrested 27-year-old Glendon Eversole for assault. Eversole is accused of stabbing someone four times during an altercation.


Police say the Eversole admitted to the incident.

The victim remains in UK Medical Center, but is expected to be released soon. Eversole was lodged in the Madison County Detention Center.

Pedophile Tracking Former High School Track Coach Facing More Charges

A former track and field coach who was accused last week of trafficking a child has now also been charged with four counts of sexual activity with a student.

The Pender County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release that 27-year-old Ahmad Garrison was booked into the Pender County jail on the additional charges Wednesday.


Garrison had been a teacher’s assistant and the head coach of both boys and girls track and field at Topsail High School in Hampstead when authorities say he showed up to meet a 14-year-old girl for sex.

Investigators say Garrison offered to take the former student to Charlotte and have her perform sex acts for money.

Authorities say the new charges involve a different girl.

Garrison has since resigned. It’s unclear whether he has an attorney.

Missing Person Brother Still Searching For His Sister and Nieces

An Owen County woman, Elizabeth Neal, and her two daughters are still missing.

It’s been three nights since they were last seen with the girls’ father. Police say that man, Derrick Mays Thomas, shot Elizabeth’s father and her sister on Friday night before he left. Police consider Thomas armed and dangerous.

When LEX 18 News talked to Elizabeth’s brother, James Neal, on Monday night, he was out of breath and packing, and getting ready to hit the road to try to find his sister and nieces.

Neal says he’s had three sleepless nights since he heard the news from Owen County.


“There’s not been a whole lot of sleeping or eating or anything. It’s all been whatever I can do to try and help this come to a close,” said James Neal.

Police say on Friday night, Derrick Thomas got into an argument with Neal’s father. Then police say Thomas shot Neal’s father, and his sister Amber Neal.

Both are okay, but they’re more worried about Elizabeth Neal and her two daughters, who were last seen leaving in Thomas’ car after the shooting.

“We have absolutely no idea where they’re at. Where they would have gone, and I’m under the impression that she didn’t go willingly,” said Neal.

When we spoke to James Neal, he was frantically packing to follow a potential lead to Wisconsin.

“I don’t plan on stopping tonight. We should be there early in the morning,” said Neal. “We’re gonna start with a few of the smaller towns right around the border, and then work our way in some.”

He doesn’t even know what, if any, ties his nieces’ father has to Wisconsin, but he says he couldn’t just sit and wait for news to come in.

“This is my baby sister and her babies. There’s a lot riding on this. I’ve gotta do everything I can do,” said Neal.

Police say Thomas left the shooting in a 2003 gray Mitsubishi Galant with Kentucky plate 124-VET. Although James Neal will check out the Wisconsin lead, KSP told us that Thomas might be in the Winchester or Mount Sterling areas.

If you see him, do not approach him. Instead, call police.

Wrongful Death Two To Be Charged in Deadly Hit and Run

Two people will be facing charges after a deadly hit-and-run crash in Scott County.

The sheriff’s office tells LEX 18 that they were called out around midnight to Sabin Drive in Georgetown.

Officials tell LEX 18 that Donald Savage, 46, was trying to stop a pickup truck that was driving recklessly through the neighborhood when he was hit and killed.

Witnesses describe the truck as white or silver with a loud exhaust. They say it also has a monster energy drink logo on the rear passenger window and might also have an NRA logo on the same window. Witnesses were able to see part of the license plate and say it’s a KY Farm license plate and contains the numbers 8678.


Sheriff’s Officials do confirm that investigators are speaking to two people of interest currently. The Scott County Sheriff says both of them are giving opposing stories, but they will both be charged.

Taylor Putty, 18, and a juvenile will both face charges of leaving the scene of an accident and tampering with physical evidence.

A truck, matching the description of the vehicle that fled from the scene, is currently in evidence.

If you have any information on this hit and run or see the truck, you’re asked to give the Scott County Sheriff’s office a call.