A Fort Campbell soldier convicted of possessing hundreds of child pornography images faces a minimum of 8 years in jail following a jury trial in Montgomery County.
25-year old Domnick Doria was charged with 39 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor and was convicted on all charges.
An October 28th hearing was scheduled with Judge Mike R. Jones presiding over the sentencing phase of the case.
Following the jury trial, Doria’s bond was revoked and he was booked back into the Montgomery County Jail without incident.
Fort Campbell officials investigated a report about an active shooter located on the local military installation this afternoon.
Officials say a threat was made and emergency crews responded and it was quickly determined that there was no active shooter at the local post.
Officials say no one was in peril or injured and the incident is currently being investigated.
The man who once led the sexual harassment prevention program at Fort Campbell has been cleared of charges stemming from a dispute with his ex-wife.
The Leaf Chronicle reports all charges against Lt. Col. Darin Hass have been dropped. He was charged in May with violating a protective order and stalking after his ex-wife filed a complaint against him.
His attorney said authorities voluntarily dismissed the charges after a meeting revealed details of a contentious divorce. The judge issued an order to dismiss the charges on Wednesday.
Fort Campbell soldiers assigned to the 1-32nd Cavalry Regiment have safely returned from their deployment in Afghanistan and enjoyed a day of fun today with fellow comrades.
1-32nd Cavalry Regiment Commander, Lieutenant Colonel Paul Taylor says now that all of his soldiers are back from deployment, he wanted to host an event that brought soldiers and their families together for a day of fun.
Flags will be lowered to half staff at state office buildings in Kentucky Friday in honor of three fallen Fort Campbell soldiers.
Twenty-six year old Specialist Keith Grace of Texas, Sgt. Jamar Hicks of Arkansas and 26-year old Staff Sgt. Octavio Herrera of Idaho were killed August 11 when enemy forces attacked their unit with indirect fire in Afghanistan.
All three men were assigned to the 4th Battalion, 320th Field Artillery Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team. Funeral services are set for Friday in the soldiers' respective home states and Governor Steve Beshear is encouraging Kentucky residents to lower their own flags at their homes and businesses.