Police Chief Ronnie Bastin spoke at a news conference on Thursday, June 17, 2010 at Division of Police headquarters in Lexington, Ky.  The media was briefed by Police Chief Ronnie Bastin and others who have taken part in the review of The Division of Police response to the incident at 1486 Meadowthorpe Drive on June 9, 2010, where Umi Southworth was presumed dead by police but was actually alive.  She later died.   Photo by David Perry | Staff
Police Chief Ronnie Bastin spoke at a news conference on Thursday, June 17, 2010 at Division of Police headquarters in Lexington, Ky. The media was briefed by Police Chief Ronnie Bastin and others who have taken part in the review of The Division of Police response to the incident at 1486 Meadowthorpe Drive on June 9, 2010, where Umi Southworth was presumed dead by police but was actually alive. She later died. Photo by David Perry | Staff
Police Chief Ronnie Bastin spoke at a news conference on Thursday, June 17, 2010 at Division of Police headquarters in Lexington, Ky. The media was briefed by Police Chief Ronnie Bastin and others who have taken part in the review of The Division of Police response to the incident at 1486 Meadowthorpe Drive on June 9, 2010, where Umi Southworth was presumed dead by police but was actually alive. She later died. Photo by David Perry | Staff

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