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Jury to Judge: Give Driver who Killed Ky. Cop 30 Years

July 01, 2011  | 

A jury recommended a sentence of 30 years in prison for Glenn Doneghy on charges including second-degree manslaughter for the death of Lexington police officer Bryan Durman.

Jurors conviced Doneghy for fatally striking the officer with his SUV, while the officer investigated a noise complaint. Durman, 27, was struck while he interviewed the passenger of a parked vehicle.

Source: Herald-Leader

Related:

Driver Arrested In Hit-and-Run Death of Kentucky Officer

Tags: Lexington (Ky.) PD, Hit-and-Run, Officers Struck By Vehicles


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