Two People Found Dead In Central Kentucky Home

Police in Scott County canvass a rural neighborhood after two people are found shot to death inside a home.

The bodies were found at a home on Cincinnati Pike, that's just north of Sadieville.

Police say the victims are James and Vivian Gray. The couple owned a popular thrift store in Sadieville.

Late Thursday morning police began interviewing neighbors. They also recovered shotgun shells around the home but don't know if they're related to the shooting.

The bodies have been sent to Frankfort for autopsy.

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  • by Jodi Location: Georgetown on May 8, 2007 at 06:48 PM
    Please advise the Scott County Sheriff Office at 502-863-7855 with any info you may have seen or heard people taking about since Jim and Vivian's deaths, no matter how small it may be.....the info may be all they need to figure out who killed my adoptive parents. We are all so shocked and have had a huge loss to deal with....your help would be much appreciated. May God Bless You
  • by Bonnie Location: Kenton Ohio on May 1, 2007 at 05:08 AM
    Vivian and I have been best friends for many year We were grade schoolfriends.Kept in touch all thur our childen and grand children's life's There was never a better friend... My heart and pray's go out to both of thier families This is indeed a sign the the world we're living in... How could anyone be so cruel..
  • by Betty Location: Berry on Apr 28, 2007 at 08:44 AM
    I don't understand who could do this to two wonderful and outstanding people as they where to everyone. I just seen him a few days agao. I have known the Grays's for years. They have been there for my family in so many ways. They loved fish, every summer my father and I would bring them buckets full of them. And if my family and I ever needed anything to go around the house or in the yard, he would take us to his little shop to see if he had it. I also loved when they came over for dinner or to just set around in good old conversation. Jim always had a good story to tell. We love them and will miss them with all our hearts. I pray the police will find who did this and hang who ever it was. It's a same to loss what good people we have left in this wolrd!!!
  • by Andrea Location: Corinth on Apr 27, 2007 at 11:44 AM
    I saw Mr. Gray rototilling his garden when I was taking my boyfriend to work Wednesday morning. We passed there about 8am on Thursday, but didn't notice anything out of the ordinary. We passed their house almost every day. This is a great shock to our community and a great loss. My heart goes out to their family. I hope they hang whoever did this.
  • by renee Location: georgetown on Apr 27, 2007 at 06:04 AM
    my sister was their daughter in law and i had know the couple for many years. i hope that the investigators don't forget to pursue the obvious in this matter. it really would be a shame.
  • by Terri Location: PAtton on Apr 27, 2007 at 01:17 AM
    I think wjen they find them that they be put to death the ones that did this to the coulpe
  • by Dawn Hutton Location: London,KY on Apr 26, 2007 at 05:14 PM
    I am one of those family members and i think that it is a shame that i had to lose one of my family members to such a is hard to sit and watch these news clips and still have no idea what actually happened
  • by Tim Location: Morehead on Apr 26, 2007 at 03:05 PM
    I think 27 news first team does a very good job at reporting the news and weather for the area. I just want to thank all of you
  • by stacy Location: georgetown ky on Apr 26, 2007 at 02:53 PM
    I am very shocked for the loss of those two people.


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