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Two recent McCreary County cases resulted in stiff sentences for two individuals.
Following a joint investigation and apprehension by Kentucky State Trooper Edward Shaler Jones, McCreary County Sheriff Randy Waters, Chief Deputy Tom Smith, and Deputy Stuart Bryant, Tyler Mason was convicted in the McCreary County Circuit Court by Commonwealth’s Attorney Ronnie Bowling of Burglary, Theft by Unlawful Taking, Arson, and being a Persistent Felony Offender.
Mason was sentenced to 12 years on Burglary, 12 years on TBUT, and 12 years on Arson (all enhanced by the Persistent Felony Offender law) by the Honorable Judge Paul Winchester.
In a second McCreary County case, Michael Cody Huff was convicted in the McCreary Circuit Court by Commonwealth’s Attorney Ronnie Bowling for the murder of Kimber Collins.
Huff was investigated and arrested by Sgt Harrison Wells of the Kentucky State Police. Wells was assisted by Det. Sgt. Billy Correll and Detective James Royal from KSP, as well as McCreary County Sheriff Randy Waters.
Huff was sentenced on October 10th, 2022 to 45 years in prison by the Honorable Judge Paul Winchester.