Man charged with 'brutal' Lexington homicide that occurred in May

November 24, 2011 

Fayette County Coroner Gary Ginn, called to 1282 Centre Parkway on Thursday, described the scene inside the duplex as a "brutal homicide."

JOSH KEGLEY | STAFF

A Lexington man was charged Wednesday with murder in the May death of a man found in his duplex on Centre Parkway.

When Dennis M. Kelly's body was found in May, Fayette County Coroner Gary Ginn called it a "brutal murder."

Lexington police charged Gregory A. Seldon, 37, who was in custody for an unrelated criminal offense, authorities said in a written press release. The unrelated criminal offense was not revealed.

Kelly, 57, was found about 12:12 p.m. by officers at 1282 Centre Parkway, a duplex.

The man had been dead for several days, and he was found by a neighbor, Ginn said at the time.

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