On a cold January day, a man who brought warmth to many in Clay County was laid to rest.
Leslie “Les” Carnahan was transported from the Greenbriar Presbyterian Church Saturday in a mule drawn wagon down the road to the family cemetery.
Manchester Police and the Clay County Coroner are continuing an investigation into the Friday death of Charlene Napier Mullins.
Mullins, 55, was found dead in her Lighthouse Apartments (formerly known as the Smith-Ford Building at the junction of KY 80 and U. S. 421) home Friday afternoon.
Paul Kevin Davidson, a former star football player at Clay County High School, was found dead Monday at his Cincinnati residence.
A spokesperson for the Hamilton County, OH coroner’s office would not give details of the death. He said only that Davidson was 37 years old, and he confirmed the death.
More than two years after Lannie Sizemore allegedly killed a Pineville woman in an automobile crash, he was sent to jail Monday for violating the terms of his bond.
Special Prosecutor Jackie Steele of London made a motion to Clay Circuit Judge Oscar Gayle House to have Sizemore’s bond revoked because he had been cited for driving on a suspended license.
Steele said that Sizemore was to have no further violations while on bond. “His weapon of choice is a motor vehicle,” Steele said of Sizemore.
An investigation into stolen ATVs led Clay County Sheriff’s Deputies to a meth bust and two arrests Friday afternoon.
Sgt. Chris Curry said he and Deputy Tabert Napier went to the KY 11 North residence of Todd Sester, 29, to investigate a case of stolen ATVs.
He said they were met there by Bill Caudill, 30, of Clay County. While speaking with Caudill that noticed he showed signs of being under the influence of methamphetamine.
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