Friday, October 21, 2011

Dye pleads guilty

Garrett Dye will serve at least 20 years in prison after confessing today to the murder of his adopted sister in Todd County Circuit Court today.
Dye faces a 50-year sentence and must serve 20 of those years before being eligible for parole, said Todd Circuit Judge Tyler Gill.
Official sentencing will be Nov. 23.
Dye entered a conditional guilty plea, which means he can appeal to the state Supreme Court.
See next week's Standard for the full story.


Blogger poppy lovesaparty said...

I learned of this story today. Thank you for your pursuit of information that may bring about necessary changes to the KY Cabinet for Health and Family Services. It is good to know that the media is willing to take up the fight for protection of the public.

4:15 PM, November 07, 2011  
Anonymous justice said...

I think that the ones working for (Ky Cabinet for Health and Family Services), involved with this child should be fired. The entire family should be punished if all this true. I pray that the Lord will do what needs to be done. Bless that precious little child.

9:19 AM, November 16, 2011  

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