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Knox girl missing

Kentucky State Police Post 10 are asking for assistance in locating the whereabouts of, Destiny Fishbach, 15, of Flat Lick. The juvenile left a residence in the early morning hours from the Flat Lick community of Knox County. Fishbach is a white female approximately 5’ 8”, 150 pounds, hazel eyes, brown hair, and fair skin. She was last seen wearing dark skinny jeans,  a black tank top, and black tall cloth boots. If you see her, please contact Kentucky State Police Post 10 at 606-573-3131

Knox Jail Releases

Knox County Detention Center, Barbourville, KY

Knox County Detention Center, Barbourville, KY

Released from Knox County Detention Center 5/28/15 (Thursday)

Kyle Brent Broughton, Joanna Lynn Denham, Amanda Foley, Samuel C. Hatfield, Winslow Hollin, Eric B. Jackson, Autumn R. Tye

Knox election re-canvass complete

Representatives from both the Bevin and Comer campaigns sat in with the election board on the Knox County re-canvass.

Representatives from both the Bevin and Comer campaigns sat in with the election board on the Knox County re-canvass.

It took less than an hour for Knox County Clerk Mike Corey and the Knox County Election Board to finish re-canvassing the votes for the state’s gubernatorial and Commissioner of Agriculture’s races.

Representatives from both the Matt Bevin and James Comer campaigns sat in on Thursday morning’s re-canvass at the Knox County courthouse and left satisfied with the results.

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Knox Jail Releases

Knox County Detention Center, Barbourville, KY

Knox County Detention Center, Barbourville, KY

Released from Knox County Detention Center 5/27/15 (Wednesday)

Betsy Lou Cecil, Tonya Gail Fore, Donald Huskey, Jackie Petters, Jacob Issac Lee Riley, Teresa Ann Sizemore

Woman falls asleep in car, wakes up in jail

Melissa Debacher

Melissa Debacher

A Barbourville woman passed out in her car woke to find herself behind bars. When Knox County Sheriff’s Deputy Claude Hudson responded to a complaint on May 20 on Hwy 11 at Swan Pond, he found Melissa Debacher, 25, of Barbourville, lying across the car’s console with two small children, ages three and five, inside the vehicle strapped into car seats.

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