State Police Sergeant Will Do Community Service

A Kentucky State Police Sergeant, arrested last year in Pikeville, is ordered to do community service.

Timothy Moore of the Ashland Post was charged with alcohol intoxication, disorderly conduct, and resisting arrest after Pikeville Police arrested him following a concert at the Expo Center in July.

A judge put Moore's case on diversion under the condition he must do 160 hours of community service and pay court costs.

Moore issued an official apology to police and the courts during the proceedings.


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  • by ladonna Location: kentucky on Apr 8, 2009 at 03:39 PM
    okay all of you all putting comments on here about tim getting Community service needs to know the facts before you guys post something on here that you guys know nothing about.All people do these days is listen to the news and they don't know all the facts.So there for all the crap that went on with Tim was bull anyway he did nothing wrong, so stop posting crappy comments on here about him because no one knows what happened except for the ones who were there so leave my cousin and her family alone!!!
  • by Missy Location: Richmond on Apr 6, 2009 at 09:49 PM
    I went to school with Tim & he was always a kind & lovable person, always had a big smile...my mom & dad loved him & talked about how sweet he was! As I began reading this page, it made me sad to see all of the hateful comments made by people who are only trying to judge when God is the only person with that authority! People are so cruel & they have no morals anymore...my dad is a policeman and has been for almost 30 yrs & people think they should be without fault! Tim was human just like every other law enforcement officer I know...they are human!!! I think people are jeolous & spiteful & Tim took that to heart just as any caring person would! Obviously he was passionate about his job & then to be criticized for an officer of the law is very hard...I feel so sorry for what he must have felt & went through. I pray that God be with him & his family during this difficult time....I know that he did an abundance of good deeds during his lifetime & may God bless him for that!
  • by vada Location: Nicholasville Ky on Apr 2, 2009 at 09:28 PM
    I did not know Tim very but I still believethat all of you that thru those stones at should stop and think what if this had been your son or husband,father would you want people saying these things about him yoiu know that precious little girl and my neise dont deserve the treatment you have given thgeir loved one yes Tim done wrong but he's gone now so what do you alkl get out of degrading him now even tho I did'nt know him very well I know my neise and that was her husband so leave them alone and may you never have to go thru what my neise is going thru we love you Trish and our thoughts and prayers are with you and the children
  • by Carol Location: Hindman on Mar 29, 2009 at 06:56 PM
    I would like to say that I have been guilty of speaking without thinking many times and I seen for 1st hand the devastation that Tims death has done to his family. I think we all need to really put ourselves in the shoes of the person we are so easily to condemn and judge. I feel if we would do that then we would find it much harder to say such nasty & hurtful things .. I feel we do not realize the harsh and potentially damaging power that just a few words can do.. THERE HAS NEVER BEEN A ANGEL WALK THIS EARTH.. JESUS WAS THE ONLY PERFECT SOUL... If we remember this then maybe we will not be so quickly to hurt others. Tim was a decent man and he made a mistake, it could have been any of us. The Lord plainly says judge lest not you be judged by the same manner.That is not something I am willing to risk..My heart goes out to his family,friends and child. May God bless you and keep you.
  • by Angie Location: Hindman on Mar 29, 2009 at 12:20 PM
    I went to High School with Tim, he was such a wonderful loving guy. I saw him just a few months ago and he greeted me with a big hug. I don't know what people think, Trooper are just human's, they are not meant to be perfect !! ! NO ONE IS, he got drunk. How many Trooper do you know that NEVER drink? Let's not judge, no one knows exactually what happened !!! I was so proud of him, most everyone I graduated with doesn't even know there last name due to drugs. TIM you are in God's hands, he will take care of you. Until we meet again. I will forever think of you and Smile !
  • by Teresa on Mar 29, 2009 at 11:35 AM
    I only wish those of you who sit and judge will be able to live up to the same standards when something goes wrong in your world. He was a good man, a good police officer. I am glad I got to know Tim.
  • by Missie Location: Somerset on Mar 29, 2009 at 11:18 AM
    I went to school with him and he was one of the sweetest people. Shame on all of you that was so quick to judge. I am so sorry to his family and please know you are all in my toughts and prayers.
  • by PRAYERS FOR TIMS WIFE AND FAMILY Location: LEAVE THEM ALONE on Mar 29, 2009 at 11:00 AM
    FIRST OF ALL I WOULD LIKE SAY, THAT MY HEART AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU TRISHA AND TAYLOR AND ALL THE REST OF TIM'S FAMILY. ALL THE PEOPLE ON HERE THAT HAS MADE "NEGATIVE COMMENTS ABOUT TIM", WELL YOU SHOULD GO BACK AND READ THESE TYPE OF COMMENTS, AND REMEMBER THAT TIM IS GONE NOW, AND SEE HOW YOU FEEL NOW? CAUSE IF YOU HAVE NO REGRETS OF YOUR NEGATIVE COMMENTS,THEN YOU HAVE NO "HEART". INSTEAD OF TALKING ABOUT SOMEONE YOU KNOW PERSONALLY YOU SHOULDN'T OPEN YOUR MOUTHS. TIM WAS ONE OF THE GREATEST PERSONS IN THIS WORLD. AS WELL AS A KENTUCKY STATE TROOPER. INSTEAD OF DOWNING HIM ON HERE, YOU ALL NEED TO BE SHOWING HIS WIFE AND BABYGIRL AND THE REST OF HIS FAMILY SYMPATHY AND UPLIFTING ALL OF THEM AND TIM'S TRUE FRIENDS AS WELL. AND MAYBE SOME OF YOU ALL ON HERE NEEDS TO LISTEN TO THE WORDS OF A SONG CALLED "IF EVERYONE CARED,BY NICKEL BACK" MAY HELP YOU ALL HERE WITH COLD HEARTS. SO LEAVE TIM ALONE ON HERE, IF YOU CAN'T SAY ANYTHING GOOD ABOUT TIM, SAY NOTHING AT ALL. WE LOVE YA TIM
  • by Missi Location: Hindman, KY on Mar 28, 2009 at 04:32 PM
    I think it is very unfair that the media chooses which comments get posted on here. I can understand about profanity, but what I posted in my earlier two posts were no worse that what the first 4 or 5 posts were about Tim...I am his family and they were strangers. What happened to Freedom of Speech? These people that didn't have the privilege of knowing Tim Moore got all of their negative comments posted about him. Why can't my comments be posted and why can't I have the same right to post back and have my facts and opinions put out for everyone to see and read? Maybe the Pikeville police department owns WYMT too...WYMT doesn't want the TRUTH posted, but only wants to air the "dirty laundry" out on here. Well, for all the people who read this....just remember, that whether you post my previous two comments and this one or not, everything DOES come out in the wash. So much for "dirty laundry", huh?
  • by A friend Location: Hindman on Mar 28, 2009 at 08:37 AM
    Tim was a great person. No one that ever knew him could ever forget his smile. It's so easy for people to sit at a computer and judge others. The truth of the matter is no one, short of other law enforcement professionals will ever be able to understand what the life of a Trooper is like. No one knows the horror they deal with daily. Thos ewho judged will never know what it's like to "work a wreck" with a child fatality or deal with rapes, assaults, and murders on a daily basis. "normal" everyday citizens don't know what stress and what hurt that is. Then to go home and smile everyday and love and appreciate your family without projected all that horrible stuff on them. It's a hard job...only the best of the best can do that...and that was who Tim was....One of the best of the best. I am proud to say he was my friend. Trish....My heart goes out to you and Taylor.
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