Marvin J. Lipfird, who was elected Harlan County sheriff in 2007 and served two terms, intends to plead guilty to federal charges involving missappropriation of money while in office.
Marvin J. Lipfird, who was elected Harlan County sheriff in 2007 and served two terms, intends to plead guilty to federal charges involving missappropriation of money while in office. Image provided
Marvin J. Lipfird, who was elected Harlan County sheriff in 2007 and served two terms, intends to plead guilty to federal charges involving missappropriation of money while in office. Image provided

Former Harlan County sheriff to plead guilty in corruption case

May 09, 2017 5:41 PM

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