An upstairs bedroom at the house of Amrutlal and Dakshaben Patel on Ellerslie Park Boulevard is where the couple housed Indian nationals who were working for them at Subway franchises in Lexington, according to defense attorney Mark Wohlander.
An upstairs bedroom at the house of Amrutlal and Dakshaben Patel on Ellerslie Park Boulevard is where the couple housed Indian nationals who were working for them at Subway franchises in Lexington, according to defense attorney Mark Wohlander. Herald-Leader
An upstairs bedroom at the house of Amrutlal and Dakshaben Patel on Ellerslie Park Boulevard is where the couple housed Indian nationals who were working for them at Subway franchises in Lexington, according to defense attorney Mark Wohlander. Herald-Leader

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