I'm not sure if this is the first time this has happened in KY or not. I do know that in the CCW class I took, the instructor did discuss why we had to do everything, so this would not happenRICHMOND, Ky. (AP) -- A county sheriff in western Kentucky has been indicted for conducting firearms training courses that weren't up to state standards.
A grand jury indicted Edmonson County Sheriff Billy Joe Honeycutt on charges of providing incomplete training and misrepresenting the completion of the training. Both charges are class D felonies that carry a sentence of up to five years in prison.
State police Lt. Phil Crumpton says Honeycutt turned in paperwork that falsely said people had completed the course when they hadn't.
Honeycutt could not be reached for comment.
The training guidelines are set by the Dept. of Criminal Justice training in Richmond, which is where Honeycutt was indicted.
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