PULASKI COUNTY, KY (The Commonwealth Journal) – A burned body was discovered in a vehicle on Rush Branch Road, prompting an investigation by the Pulaski County Major Crimes Task Force.
According to the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office, at approximately 6:45 a.m., deputies responded to a 911 call regarding a vehicle fire in the 3500 block of Rush Branch Road,
Volunteer fire personnel from the Haynes Knob Fire Department arrived at the scene and extinguished the blaze, which was fully involved upon their arrival. Inside the 1997 Ford Escort LX, according to the sheriff’s office, a grisly discovery was made by Sgt. Cory York and fire personnel — the burned remains of a male subject.
Somerset Police Department (SPD) Capt. Mike Correll said that evidence at the scene indicated the possibility of foul play. The Pulaski County Major Crimes Task Force — made up of local law enforcement agencies, including the Somerset and Burnside police departments, the sheriff’s office, and Kentucky State Police — was notified and an investigation was begun.
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