July 1, 2014;
By Catrina Vargo
Anna melvinLouisa, KY -- Aaron Uhlmann, 43, a Webbbille man indicted on murder and kidnapping charges in April of this year on a domestic violence incident involving his wife, Jennifer Priddy, will report for court on Sept. 26. The report date was set during Lawrence County Circuit Court, Friday, June 27.
According to the indictment, Uhlmann knowingly and unlawfully restrained Priddy with the intent to inflict bodily injury and/or to terrorize the victim. The indictment says that Priddy died from serious physical injuries suffered as a result of the kidnapping.
Uhlmann was arrested in December, 2013 on the assault charge involving Priddy, and was first indicted in January on kidnapping and robbery charges in the same incident, when he allegedly stole a truck from a man, and forced him to drive toward a neighboring county.
The murder charge was added after Priddy died.
Commonwealth Attorney, Anna Melvin, is expected to file notice that the Commonwealth will seek the death penalty for Uhlmann, although formal documents have not yet been filed.
July 3, 2014
Louisa KY -- Lawrence County Court Clerk, Chris Jobe, attended the Annual Spring Conference of the Kentucky County Clerks' Association last month in Lexington, KY, where he participated in several training sessions.
Some of the seminars included election updates, motor vehicle licensing, record retention for computers, retirement and pensions, and election updates.
While at the conference, Jobe was elected 1st Vice President of the Kentucky County Clerks Association and will begin serving as such in December of this year.
Clerks attending the conference receive training credit toward their continuing education.Jobe said the training provided by the conference is vey helpful and necessary in order to keep up with all the changes within the state.
Jobe has served as County Clerk for Lawrence County since 2003.
For more information on the Kentucky County Clerks' Association, contact Bill May at 502-227-2922.
L to R, LPD Chief Greg Fugitt, Ptl Hunter James, Ptl Julius Musick and Louisa mayor Ted Preston
Two of Louisa’s newest officers, Ptl. Hunter James & Ptl. Julius Musick, graduated today from the Department Criminal Justice Basic Training Class #455. Having completed the 18 week, 768 hour law enforcement basic course both will ready for the street after they finish a 8 week Field Training Program where they will be supervised by senior Louisa officers.
Ptl. James received two of the four awards for his class, first award was the “Coordinators Award” for his outstanding performance and ideal attitude throughout the entire academy. His second award was the “Outstanding Performance Award for Physical Fitness”. Chief Fugit stated “I am very proud of both these officers and look forward to getting more officers on the streets.”
New LPD Ptl Hunter James, center, received two of the four awards for his class
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