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LOCAL MAN WHO REPORTEDLY THREATENED TO KILL OFFICER APPEARS IN COURT

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A Wayne County, Kentucky man who reportedly threatened to kill a law enforcement officer made his first court appearance yesterday. Deputies say 43-year-old Robert Kay Parris A.K. A. “Happy” made the statement “I will (explicative) kill (the officer) and the rest of those (explicative)”. The officer threatened is an undercover agent with the Lake Cumberland Area Drug Task Force assigned to Wayne County. Late last week, the undercover officer obtained a warrant for Parris for first-degree trafficking methamphetamine. The officer previously in the last year charged Parris with 2 counts of first-degree trafficking methamphetamine and for being a persistent felony offender. Deputies served Parris recently with a warrant on third-degree terroristic threatening and retaliating against participant in a legal process. In court yesterday, Parris entered a plea of not guilty. The judge scheduled a preliminary hearing of March 19, 2018 and set a bond of $50,0000 cash only for Parris.

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