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Justice for Logan

JUSTICE FOR LOGAN march: About 150 people marched from the corner of Elm and North Main streets to the steps of the Woodford County Courthouse Tuesday morning before the sentencing of the Indiana man who killed a Versailles boy. Ronald Exantus was tried in Fayette Circuit Court, but sentenced in the Woodford County Courthouse Annex for killing six-year old Logan Tipton and assaulting other family members in December, 2015. The boy’s family and others were outraged by Exantus’s sentence, which included convictions for assault but a “not guilty by reason of insanity” verdict for killing Logan Tipton. We’ll have further coverage and photos from the march and sentencing in this week’s Sun. (Photo by Bob Vlach)


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