Friday, April 13, 2001

Kentucky police arrest man wanted in Michigan homicide




The Associated Press

        LONDON, Ky. — Kentucky State Police arrested Thursday a Laurel County man who is wanted on negligent homicide charges in Michigan.

        Kenneth Dale Honeycutt, 21, was wanted for not paying child support in Harrison County, police said.

        Police went to his house near Hawk Creek Road and arrested him, though they later learned Mr. Honeycutt was a fugitive from justice in Michigan.

        Michigan State Police are seeking him on a negligent homicide charge in Ypsilanti, a town southeast of Ann Arbor.

        Kentucky State Police say Mr. Honeycutt will likely be transferred to Harrison County, where he will answer to the child support charges.

        He'll then face extradition to Michigan, police said.

       



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