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November 20, 2019

Detective Madison Kuklinski with the Elizabethtown Police Department, along with the Attorney General’s Office has solved a years old sexual assault investigation. The investigation lasted nearly eight years, and the suspect, Thaddeus Artis, was identified using DNA and other methods. Artis’s trial is scheduled to start on December 2nd.

Nolin RECC wants to inform the public about a phone call scam that has come to their attention. Two types of calls have come to light, one that appears to come from Nolin endorsing a product for homes, and another saying that the resident’s meter needed to be replaced. Nolin members are welcome to call the RECC office with any questions regarding these types of calls.

The public is invited to attend a wreath laying ceremony on Thursday, November 21st to honor the nation’s 12th President, Zachary Taylor. The event will be held at the Zachary Taylor National Cemetery in Louisville at 11 AM. Soldiers from Fort Knox, along with Brigadier General Michael D. Roache, 86th Training Division Commanding General, will lay a wreath provided by the White House to commemorate the anniversary of Taylor’s birth.

Fort Knox will be hosting a murder mystery show, Win, Lose, or Die, this Friday night on Post. Taking place in the Saber and Quill, the event will feature a bourbon tasting at 5:45 PM, with the show starting at 7. Tickets are $35 and seating is limited. More information can be found at knox.armymwr.com.