Police released new evidence today involving a high profile murder case involving a former state lawmaker.
Lexington Police showed the gun and bullets used to kill Amanda Ross. Her ex-fiance, Steve Nunn pleaded guilty to her murder in June of 2011.
Police say Nunn fired five shots at Ross on the morning on September 11, 2009 outside her home on Short Street. We now know that two of those bullets hit Ross.
Nunn is the son of late governor Louis B. Nunn, and is the former Deputy Secretary of Health and Human Services for the Commonwealth of Kentucky. He also previously served as a Republican member of the Kentucky House of Representatives from Glasgow.
Nunn was sentenced to life in prison without parole.