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KSP makes arrest in murder of Wendell (Gleason) Pyles

David Salyers, 59, Elk Horn, KY, charged with complicity to commit murder. Gleason Pyles was shot and killed at Tarter Gate Company in Dunnville on September 26, 2012

By TFC Billy Gregory, Public Affairs Officer
Kentucky State Police Post 15, Columbia, KY

(Campbellsville, KY) - On October 3, 2012, Detectives from Post 15 arrested David Salyers, age 59 of Elk Horn, KY. Salyers was charged with Complicity to Commit Murder and was lodged in the Taylor County Regional Jail.



This charge is a result of a week long investigation by Post 15 Detectives into the murder of Wendell "Gleason" Pyles, who was shot and killed Wednesday, September 26, 2012, while working at Tarter Gate Company in Dunnville, KY.

In the early morning hours of October 4, 2012, Post 15 Detectives and Troopers along with the Kentucky State Police Special Response Team executed a search warrant at Salyer's residence in rural Taylor County. Items seized during the search warrant are expected to lead to more charges and additional arrests in the near future. TFC William Gregory


This story was posted on 2012-10-04 09:29:25
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