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FRIDAY ON TRUE CRIME WITH JACK PATTIE

This Friday’s Guests will be (co-hosted by Ray’s stand-in, Mary Houlihan), Commander Eric Lowe who has been instrumental in identifying the body camera technology options available for police. Commander Lowe is now in the process of implementing the new system for the Lexington Police Department after considering what has worked for other police agencies and avoiding problems that have arisen for other agencies. Abigail Watkins is the Internal/External Information Director for the Commonwealth Attorney’s Office and she will join Commander Lowe in a discussion about police body camera technology and the impact of its use in the criminal justice system. So tune in Friday morning to News Talk 590 WVLK from 9:00-10:00 AM!

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COMING TOMORROW ON TRUE CRIME

Tomorrow on TRUE CRIME we will be discussing a number of vehicular homicide cases that have been investigated over the last few years. We will have special guests, Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney, Aspen Carlisle, Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney, Brad Bryant and Sgt. Ron Keaton from the Lexington Police Department. Tune in from 9:00-10:00 AM tomorrow on News Talk 590 WVLK as Jack Pattie and Ray the D.A. host this interesting show!

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

Tomorrow on TRUE CRIME with Jack Pattie and Ray the D.A. we will have special guests, Det. Chris Russell from the Lexington Police Department, Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney, Traci Caneer, and head of our Victim’s Advocates, Mary Houlihan. Det. Russell will be discussing with us a few of the cases that he handled over his  years in the Elder Abuse Unit.

Elder abuse and exploitation cases involve some of our community’s most vulnerable victims.  These cases can be difficult and heartbreaking.

Det. Russell served in the United States Army from 1992 to 1998 where he flew satellites and excelled in technology development.  When he left the Army, he continued his rise in the technology field with a Washington DC based aerospace firm.  In 2004, he decided to make a career change in order to follow a lifelong desire to become a Law Enforcement Officer. He began his career with the Lexington Division of Police on March 8, 2004.

During his time as a patrol officer, Det. Russell used his technological expertise to assist in the successful implementation of the Mobile Data Computer system (MDC’s) and received a Distinguished Service Medal for his efforts towards streamlining other paperless reporting systems.  In 2007, Det. Russell successfully competed for a vacancy in the Bureau of Investigation, Special Victims Section, Elder Abuse and Exploitation Unit. In 2016, he left that specific unit to go into the Crimes Against Children section with the Lexington Police Department.

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Defendant charged with Robbery 2nd Degree and two counts of Tampering with Physical Evidence

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Today’s guest Kenton County Commonwealth’s Attorney, Rob Sanders. He will be discussing a case against Brian Ramsey, who was charged with Robbery in the 2nd Degree and two counts of Tampering with Physical Evidence. Ramsey went into the BB&T Bank on 12/28/15 and handed the teller a note “I have a gun! Put the $ on the counter”. After fleeing, the police were quick to use security cameras to track his steps- leading to his arrest. Once arrested, the money was seized from the robbery, or so they thought. A week after the robbery, the Detective received information that the defendant still had money from the robbery concealed on his person. A search warrant was obtained, and $250 was found concealed in his rectum. A Jury heard all testimony and after hearing about his 23 prior convictions, sentenced him to 20 years to serve. 




COMING SOON TO TRUE CRIME WITH JACK PATTIE AND RAY THE D.A.

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Friday August 5th on TRUE CRIME we will have special guest, Kenton County Commonwealth’s Attorney, Rob Sanders. He will be discussing a case against Brian Ramsey, who was charged with Robbery in the 2nd Degree and two counts of Tampering with Physical Evidence. Ramsey went into the BB&T Bank on 12/28/15 and handed the teller a note “I have a gun! Put the $ on the counter”. After fleeing, the police were quick to use security cameras to track his steps- leading to his arrest. Once arrested, the money was seized from the robbery, or so they thought. A week after the robbery, the Detective received information that the defendant still had money from the robbery concealed on his person. A search warrant was obtained, and $250 was found concealed in his rectum. A Jury heard all testimony and after hearing about his 23 prior convictions, sentenced him to 20 years to serve. 



 
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