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September 24, 2019

The identity of the deceased person found in a wooded area in Radcliff has been released. Autopsy revealed the victim to be 28-year-old Steven Yates of Cecilia, Kentucky. The death investigation is still ongoing.

The funeral arrangements for a fallen Meade County Sheriff’s Deputy have been released. According to WAVE 3, Deputy Chris Hulsey died shortly after a fight with 50-year-old Terry Gonterman while searching a property in Payneville. Besides being a volunteer deputy, Hulsey worked as a full time paramedic and was a former member of the fire department. The public is invited to a candlelight vigil tonight at 8 PM at the Meade County Courthouse. Visitation will be held on Friday from noon-8 PM at Hager funeral home, with the Meade County High School Gymnasium being the site for the funeral service on Saturday at 1 PM. Gonterman has been charged with manslaughter, trafficking, assault, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

A Mount Washington teen was killed in a crash Sunday afternoon around 3:15 PM on the Louisville Road near Deatsville Road in Nelson County. 18-year-old Kalli Dobson was travelling on Deatsville Road when she failed to stop at a stop sign. Her vehicle was hit on the driver’s side by 71-year-old Brenda Salyers and came to a stop in a ditch. Salyers, along with Dobson’s 19-year-old passenger, Kevin Pase of Mount Washington, were transported to Flaget Hospital by Nelson County EMS. There is no word on their condition, and the incident is under investigation.

The Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center opened its production of Young Frankenstein last week, and is back for more this weekend. The show runs this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 7, with a matinee showing on Sunday at 3. Tickets can be purchased online at thepac.net.

Grayson County Sheriff Norman Chaffins will be making his way to Washington D.C. to talk with Donald Trump regarding border security, and more specifically, the opioid crisis. According to Chaffins, the majority of the heroin that comes into Grayson County comes from Mexico. Chaffins was the only sheriff from Kentucky to attend the event last year.