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It was another court appearance and not guilty plea today from a man suspected in the disappearance of a Woodford County woman.
Police say Richard Kincaid was one of the last people to see Patricia Last since she went missing from her Versailles farm in early October. He worked on the farm before her disappearance.
Yesterday, Patricia Last would have been celebrating her 66th birthday. Instead, friends, family, and police are still wondering what happened to her.
Friends discovered Last missing from her farm in early October, leaving behind her animals and farm. They say this was unlike her to do. Several search teams and agencies helped assist the Versailles Police Department, searching Last's property, the nearby river, and flying above nearby land. Search dogs were also brought in to help look for her, without luck.
Officer Pat Melton tells 27 NewsFirst there is evidence from this case at the state crime lab in Frankfort. They are waiting for those results to come back, and would not disclose anymore information, except that they hope the results will take them in a new direction with this case.
For now, Richard Kincaid continues to be a person of interest in this case. He was found to have several pieces of her property on him after she was reported missing.
This is still an open investigation. If you have any information about this case, please contact the Versailles Police Department at (859) 873-3126.
There is still a $25,000 reward if you know the whereabouts of Patricia Last.