Fayette Co. Sheriff Kathy Witt spoke during a stalking awareness rally held in the Capitol Annex in Frankfort, Ky., Tuesday, January, 05, 2010. A group of advocates, prosecutors and law enforcement officials, who would like to see more changes to the state s domestic violence laws, held the rally to broaden public awareness of stalking as a crime. The group also pledged support for a bill sponsored by House Speaker Greg Stumbo, D-Prestonsburg, named after Amanda Ross, who was allegedly killed by her former fiance in September outside of her Lexington home. The bill would give judges the option of ordering a global positioning system or GPS tracking device for the most dangerous people accused of stalking or trying to harm a loved onePhoto by Charles Bertram oe Staff
Fayette Co. Sheriff Kathy Witt spoke during a stalking awareness rally held in the Capitol Annex in Frankfort, Ky., Tuesday, January, 05, 2010. A group of advocates, prosecutors and law enforcement officials, who would like to see more changes to the state s domestic violence laws, held the rally to broaden public awareness of stalking as a crime. The group also pledged support for a bill sponsored by House Speaker Greg Stumbo, D-Prestonsburg, named after Amanda Ross, who was allegedly killed by her former fiance in September outside of her Lexington home. The bill would give judges the option of ordering a global positioning system or GPS tracking device for the most dangerous people accused of stalking or trying to harm a loved onePhoto by Charles Bertram oe Staff
Fayette Co. Sheriff Kathy Witt spoke during a stalking awareness rally held in the Capitol Annex in Frankfort, Ky., Tuesday, January, 05, 2010. A group of advocates, prosecutors and law enforcement officials, who would like to see more changes to the state s domestic violence laws, held the rally to broaden public awareness of stalking as a crime. The group also pledged support for a bill sponsored by House Speaker Greg Stumbo, D-Prestonsburg, named after Amanda Ross, who was allegedly killed by her former fiance in September outside of her Lexington home. The bill would give judges the option of ordering a global positioning system or GPS tracking device for the most dangerous people accused of stalking or trying to harm a loved onePhoto by Charles Bertram oe Staff

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