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Casey County shooting death investigation underway.
Stanford man dies of gunshot wound at the residence of his estranged girlfriend. Findings of KSP investigation will be presented to the Commonwealth's Attorney's office. Detective BJ Burton is investigating
By TFC William R. Gregory, Public Information Officer
KSP Post 15, Columbia, KY
LIBERTY, KY - (Mon 28 Aug 2017) - On Sunday, August 27, 2017 Casey County dispatch contacted Post 15 at 1:11amCT and requested assistance at 104 Cannon Road in Liberty, KY. 53-year-old Thomas Robert Moser, of Stanford, KY, had arrived at the residence where his estranged girlfriend and others were working.
The investigation revealed that Mr. Moser became involved in an argument with 71-year-old Leonard Walls, of Liberty, KY. The argument escalated when Moser physically threatened Walls, who fired a gun shot that struck Moser in the chest.
Moser was transported to Casey County hospital where he later died from his injury.
No arrests were made but the findings will be presented to the Commonwealth Attorney's office. Detective BJ Burton is investigating.
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