Hours after a judge ordered a mental-health evaluation for Adam Horine, foreground, he was escorted from the Carroll County jail by Carrollton police officer Ron Dickow. He drove Horine to Louisville, bought Horine a one-way ticket and put him on a bus to Florida.
Hours after a judge ordered a mental-health evaluation for Adam Horine, foreground, he was escorted from the Carroll County jail by Carrollton police officer Ron Dickow. He drove Horine to Louisville, bought Horine a one-way ticket and put him on a bus to Florida.
Hours after a judge ordered a mental-health evaluation for Adam Horine, foreground, he was escorted from the Carroll County jail by Carrollton police officer Ron Dickow. He drove Horine to Louisville, bought Horine a one-way ticket and put him on a bus to Florida.

Ignoring court order, police in Kentucky town put mentally ill man on bus to Florida

May 29, 2015 07:12 AM

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