Morehead, KY. (October 31, 2020) – Kentucky State Police, Post 8, Morehead detective has arrested Gregory Rose, 53 years of age, of Grayson, Kentucky. Mr. Rose was attempting to have a sexual relationship with a juvenile residing in Rowan County. Kentucky State Police detectives communicated with Mr. Rose through electronic devices. While investigating the first incident, detectives obtained information that Mr. Rose was attempting to have sexual relationship with another juvenile residing in Rowan County. Detctives learned through the investigation Mr. Rose was attempting to use one of the juveniles to recruit other juveniles to have sexual relationships with him. Grayson Police Department located Gregory Rose and arrested him lodging him in the Rowan County Detention Center. Mr. Rose is charged with Promoting Human Trafficking (Victim Under 18 Years of Age) one count, Prohibited Use of Electronic Communication Systems to Procure a Minor Re: Sex Offenses, two counts. This incident remains under investigation by Kentucky State Police, Post 8, Morehead.
Vancleve, KY. (December 30, 2020) – On December 29, 2020, at approximately 2:55 P.M Kentucky State Police, Post 13, Hazard, received a call from Dalton Taulbee, 19, of Vancleve stating that he had just shot two people on Cutchin Road in the Vancleve Community of Breathitt County. Troopers and Detectives responded to the scene. Upon further investigation, […]
Mt Vernon, Ky. (February 02, 2020) – On Saturday February 01, 2020, around 8:20 PM, The Kentucky State Police, Post 11 London Trooper Ethan Lewis was patrolling on US 25 in the Conway Community of Rockcastle County. Tpr. Lewis activated his emergency equipment in an attempt to stop a 1996 Chevy 1500 pickup for minor traffic […]
County Attorney Brendon Miller announced on his Breathitt Emergency Management Address to the public tonight that Judge Jeff Noble after discussions with Brendon Miller and Sheriff John Hollan has enacted a night time curfew effective immediately. Beginning at 10:00pm thru 6:00am, all non essential activity shall cease beginning tonight, Sunday July 31st, 2022. This does […]