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Grand Jury Indicted Steven Nunn

Date of News Release: 11/05/2009

(Bowling Green, Ky.) -- On November 3 the Hart County Grand Jury indicted Steven Nunn on 6 Counts of Wanton Endangerment based on the events that occurred on September 11, 2009 in Hart County.

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Update to the Incident Involving Steve Nunn

Date of News Release: 09/14/2009

(Bowling Green, Ky.) -- Kentucky State Police served warrants on Stephen Nunn at the Hart County Detention Center for Violation Of A Kentucky EPO/DVO and Murder-Domestic Violence on 9/14/2009 at 1939 hrs. Stephen Nunn is still lodged in the Hart County Detention Center.

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Date of News Release: 09/14/2009

(Bowling Green, Ky.) -- Steve Nunn has been released from the Medical Center in Bowling Green. He was transported to the Hart County Jail in Munfordville, KY.

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Date of News Release: 09/11/2009

(Bowling Green, Ky.) -- The Kentucky State Police Post in Bowling Green has charged Steve Nunn with six counts of Wanton Endangerment 1st degree involving police officers. This is a result of the incident that occurred at the Cosby United Methodist Church Cemetery in Hart County.

Nunn was admitted to the Medical Center in Bowling Green and upon his release, he is going to be lodged in the Hart County Jail in Munfordville, KY.

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Date of News Release: 09/11/2009

(Bowling Green, Ky.) -- The Lexington/Fayette County Metro Police Department contacted the Kentucky State Police in Bowling Green to observe for Stephen Nunn, a subject whom Lexington/Fayette County Metro Police Department was wanting to question in an earlier homicide this date in Lexington. Troopers and detectives with KSP Post Three Bowling Green located Mr. Nunn at the Cosby cemetery in Hart County. Upon approaching Mr. Nunn troopers and detectives observed what appeared to be self inflicted wounds that were non life-threatening. Mr. Nunn was transported to the medical center in Bowling Green for his injuries. This is an ongoing investigation between the Lexington/Fayette County Metro Police Department and Kentucky State Police.

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