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Crime Louisville police: Man beat, dumped victims' bodies in Oldham County

20:30  03 october  2019
20:30  03 october  2019 Source:   courier-journal.com

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A Louisville man allegedly beat up two victims during a fight and dumped their bodies in a driveway in Oldham County, according to police.

John T. Lane, 45, of Louisville, was arrested Wednesday and charged with two counts of first-degree assault.

The alleged incident took place Aug. 29, according to an arrest citation.

Lane and two other men got into an altercation, with Lane punching the two men and causing them to suffer life-threatening injuries, a Louisville Metro Police detective wrote in the arrest report.

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A Louisville man died in a possible drowning at Falling Rock Quarry in La Grange on Sunday, according to the Oldham County Police Department.

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a man holding a sign: John T. Lane© Louisville Metro Corrections John T. Lane

A witness later contacted Oldham County Police and reported seeing Lane dumping the bodies of the two men in a driveway in Oldham County, the arrest report stated.

Both victims were taken to University of Louisville Hospital with life-threatening injuries, according the arrest citation. One victim was hospitalized briefly and the other victim was placed on life support and continues to receive ongoing medical care, police said.

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LOUISVILLE , Ky. (WDRB) -- Oldham County Police are investigating after man died in an apparent drowning at the Falling Rock Park quarry in La Grange, Kentucky, on Sunday. Oldham County Police Maj.

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One victim later told police that the three men knew each other from playing rugby together in the past.

Lane remains held in Louisville Metro Corrections in lieu of $50,000 bail, and an arraignment hearing was scheduled for Thursday morning.

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This article originally appeared on Louisville Courier Journal: Louisville police: Man beat, dumped victims' bodies in Oldham County

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