A Willoughby man who thought he could only be charged with burglary if he committed the crime at night has pleaded guilty.
On June 26, James Blankenship pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of attempted breaking and entering at his mother's house against her will.
At the time of the crime, Blankenship told officers he didn't think he could be arrested for burglary because it was not nighttime.
Blankenship was fined $100 and sentenced to 180 days in jail with 120 of those days suspended.
Copyright 2013 WOIO. All rights reserved.
The Hortense B. Perry Foundation, along with the Eta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated have secured the spot.
The ceremony took place at the Kentucky Center for African American Heritage in west Louisville.
Metro Council advanced a measure that would separate the County Employment Retirement System (CERS), which is made up of JCPS and city employees, from the failing state system.
The River Ridge Development Authority presented their progress to the Charlestown Chamber of Commerce Thursday to update the community on their expansion.
The Rotunda Committee is tasked with providing context, including educational material, around the statues in the capitol.