The FBI has concluded that the human remains found on Friday, July 24th near the border of Nelson and Washington Counties are not Crystal Rogers. Over the last few months, the FBI has utilized the Combined DNA Index System (CODIS) in an attempt to identify the remains. Unfortunately, a match was not found. The Nelson County Sheriff’s Office will continue to be lead on the investigation of the unidentified remains and the FBI will be available to assist if needed. The FBI and our law enforcement partners understand that many in the community were hopeful that these remains would bring answers to the Crystal Rogers case. This latest development most certainly does not affect the unwavering resolve of the FBI personnel assigned to investigate the disappearance of Crystal Rogers. Bringing justice to the community of Bardstown remains a top priority of FBI Louisville.
Miranda King, Commonwealth Attorney in Breathitt County and her office helped Jackson Police Department acquire $11,500 dollars in support of the Shop With a Cop Program. The Jackson Police Department is very grateful for Mirandas support and assistance with this special program for children of this area.
Gov. Beshear Announces Kentucky to Receive $3.2 Million for Seven Public Transit Projects that Promote a Better Kentucky
Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funding supports purchase of new buses in rural areas, funds technology upgrades FRANKFORT, Ky. (Aug. 23, 2022) – As part of his Better Kentucky Plan, Gov. Andy Beshear today announced seven rural public transit agency projects will receive grants as part of a $3.2 million federal funding award to promote a robust public transit system. […]
Making, KY. (August 31, 2020) – On Monday, August 31, 2020, at approximately 10:00 AM, Troopers from Post 13 responded to a two vehicle collision in the Mayking community of Letcher County. Preliminary investigation indicates David Day, 30, of Whitesburg, was operating a 2008 Chevrolet Trailblazer south on US 119 when his vehicle crossed into the northbound lanes. […]