GLASGOW, Ky. (AP) - The home of a former Kentucky lawmaker
charged with murder has been sold at auction for $170,000 to help
pay for his legal fees.
Steve Nunn, the son of former Gov. Louie Nunn, was indicted on a
capital murder charge Tuesday, nearly two months after his arrest
in the shooting death of his ex-fiancee Amanda Ross.
He pleaded not guilty to the charges a week after his arrest.
The Glasgow Daily Times reports in an online story Saturday that
Nunn had transferred his home appraised at $200,000 to his attorney
Warren Scoville. The attorney did not immediately return a phone
message left by The Associated Press.
Nunn has also been indicted in Hart County on wanton
endangerment charges stemming from his arrest at a cemetery where
he was accused of firing a gun near six police officers hours after
Ross was killed.
Information from: Glasgow Daily Times,