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Victim’s girlfriend speaks about Johnson murder

Following the release of the 911 tapes, the girlfriend of the Lily man allegedly beat to death by his twin brother in April agreed to speak about what she heard and saw when she arrived at the trailer on Robinson Creek Road that day. Ashley Rayburn, who had been in a relationship...

Man accused of running over pedestrian while drunk pleads not guilty

A Williamsburg man, who allegedly ran over and killed a man out walking his dog along a sidewalk nearly two months ago, pleaded not guilty to the charges during his arraignment Monday afternoon in Whitley Circuit Court. Read this story and more for just $.99 cents today, or...
Posted On 08 Jun 2016

Grand jury indicts Childress for murder

A Whitley County Grand Jury indicted a Williamsburg man Monday morning for murder in connection with the vehicular death of a Williamsburg man, who was run over while walking his dog along a sidewalk last month. The grand jury charged Adam David Childress, 31, with murder,...
Posted On 18 May 2016

Murder suspect previously worked at jail, has been to drug rehab

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Posted On 21 Apr 2016

Lily homicide cases headed to grand jury

The case of a Corbin man accused of beating his twin brother to death with a hammer is headed to a Laurel County grand jury. At a preliminary hearing Tuesday in Laurel District Court, Judge Wendell “Skip” Hammons ordered the case against 30-year-old Antonio T. Johnson waived on...

UPDATED: Man found dead at Lily residence; twin brother charged with murder; cause of death was multiple blows to the head with a hammer

Update: Laurel County Sheriff’s Deputy Gilbert Acciardo, the department’s public affairs officer, said Thursday that Anthony Johnson was struck multiple times in the top of the head with a hammer. “The autopsy found numerous wounds in the top of his head,”...