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TRUE CRIME WITH RAY THE D.A. AND JACK PATTIE

TRUE CRIME – First Assistant Commonwealth Attorney Lou Ann Redcorn and Assistant Commonwealth Attorney Rewa Zakharia. They talked about the brutal murder of Goldia Massey, who was killed and then dismembered by her boyfriend, Paris Charles. Massey’s severed arms and torso washed up on the banks of the river in Jessamine and Henry County. Detectives testified they found large amounts of Massey’s blood in Charles’ home, leading them to believe that is where she had been killed. Paris Charles was prosecuted and the jury found him Guilty on the murder of Goldia Massey and abuse of her corpse, he was sentenced to serve 36 years in a state prison.

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TOMORROW ON TRUE CRIME WITH RAY THE D.A. AND JACK PATTIE

Tomorrow on TRUE CRIME we will have special guests, First Assistant Commonwealth Attorney Lou Ann Redcorn and Assistant Commonwealth Attorney Rewa Zakharia. They will be discussing the brutal murder of Goldia Massey, who was killed and then dismembered by her boyfriend, Paris Charles. Massey’s severed arms and torso washed up on the banks of the river in Jessamine and Henry County. Detectives testified they found large amounts of Massey’s blood in Charles’ home, leading them to believe that is where she had been killed. Paris Charles was prosecuted and the jury found him Guilty on the murder of Goldia Massey and abuse of her corpse, he was sentenced to serve 36 years in a state prison. Tune in tomorrow morning from 9:00-10:00 AM on News Talk 590 WVLK to hear about this case!

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TOMORROW ON TRUE CRIME WITH RAY THE D.A. AND JACK PATTIE!

Tomorrow on TRUE CRIME will be a bittersweet show. We will say Goodbye to our own Ray the D.A. as he is set to retire on September 30, 2016 after 32 years as our Fayette Commonwealth’s Attorney. We encourage listeners to call in and say how Ray the D.A. has changed their lives and give him a big pat on the back for all his dedication over the years.

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Ray Larson has been the Fayette County Commonwealth’s Attorney since January 2, 1985. He was appointed to that office by Gov. Martha Layne Collins and has been elected for five six-year terms since.

As the Felony prosecutor for Fayette County, Larson supervises an office of 30 employees — 18 prosecutors, five victim advocates and a small support staff. The office prosecutes more than 1,500 multiple count felony indictments each year.

Ray Larson was named Kentucky’s outstanding prosecutor four times. In 1992, Larson was recognized by President George H.W. Bush in the Rose Garden of the White House for having one of the most outstanding Victim Service Organizations in America.

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Ray joked that he always said that he would retire “when I catch them all.”
“I guess I probably ought to officially announce that we have caught them all, every one of them. Some of them six or seven times.”




COMING TOMORROW ON TRUE CRIME WITH RAY THE D.A. AND JACK PATTIE

Tomorrow on TRUE CRIME with Ray the D.A. and Jack Pattie, we will have special guests Prosecuting Attorney Dan Laren and Commander David Lyons from the Lexington Police Department. We will be discussing the Violent Crime Task Force and how we deal with Gangs around Lexington. Guns possessed by these dangerous criminals put our community at risk, we will fill you in on what we are doing to keep an eye on these issues. Tune in from 9:00-10:00 AM on News Talk 590 WVLK!

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COMING FRIDAY ON TRUE CRIME!

This Friday on TRUE CRIME we will have special host, Prosecutor Dan Laren, along with guests, Lt. Matt Brotherton from the Lexington Police Department and SANE Director, Anita Capillo. We will be talking about the SANE (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) program, the special victims section and backlog rape kit issues. Tune in as we have this very interesting discussion on News Talk 590 WVLK from 9:00-10:00 AM!

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