The judge made it clear that she is considering holding one or more of the four law enforcment officials in contempt, which could put someone in jail for as long as 179 days. Continue Reading →
The decision by Carrollton police to ship an emotionally disturbed man by bus to Florida has prompted a state attorney general’s investigation — and has renewed interest in the centuries-old practice of banishment. It’s illegal in Kentucky. But it still happens. Continue Reading →
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A Carroll County judge ordered police to send a troubled local man to the hospital for psychiatric evaluation. But police had other plans for dealing with their petty crime problem. They sprung him from jail and put him on a bus to Florida.
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