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Report reveals new charges may be filed in Pendleton woman’s death

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By Brad Bowman

New information revealed in a police report may bring new charges in Pendleton woman’s death.
Robert Baldwin, 25, of Louisville called Kentucky State Police at Post 5 at 4:58 a.m., Nov. 27 and told dispatchers he had hurt someone, they were dead and Baldwin wanted an officer to meet him to discuss his situation.
Baldwin called dispatch again and stated that he was leaving the residence at Kenlee Drive in Bedford to come to Post 5.
Dispatchers notified Trooper Matthew Corbin who found Baldwin on foot at the intersection of Martini Lane and U.S. 421 south. Corbin arrested Baldwin on outstanding warrants.
Trooper Steven Dykes and Det. Mick Gonterman assisted Corbin at the residence at Kenlee drive and found Angela Long, 24, of Pendleton, dead in her bed. According to Trooper Brad Arterburn, public affairs officer at KSP Post 5, Long died from blunt force trauma to the head and law enforcement believes they have the murder weapon in their possession.
In a citation filed by Tim Moore, detective at KSP Post 5, Baldwin signed an agreement waiving his Miranda rights at the post during questioning and revealed his personal account, which could lead to new charges.
Baldwin said he and Long had been drinking and smoking marijuana and that he blacked out. When he woke up, Baldwin said his hands were covered in blood and his penis was inside the victim.
Baldwin’s charges from September in Henry County District Court have been dismissed per new allegations. Charges included: 4th degree assault domestic violence minor injury, alcohol intoxication in a public place and 2nd degree disorderly conduct.
Baldwin has been charged with murder and had a preliminary hearing in Trimble County District Court  Tuesday.

By Brad Bowman

editor@hclocal.com

New information revealed in a police report may bring new charges in Pendleton woman’s death.

Robert Baldwin, 25, of Louisville called Kentucky State Police at Post 5 at 4:58 a.m., Nov. 27 and told dispatchers he had hurt someone, they were dead and Baldwin wanted an officer to meet him to discuss his situation.

Baldwin called dispatch again and stated that he was leaving the residence at Kenlee Drive in Bedford to come to Post 5.

Dispatchers notified Trooper Matthew Corbin who found Baldwin on foot at the intersection of Martini Lane and U.S. 421 south. Corbin arrested Baldwin on outstanding warrants.

Trooper Steven Dykes and Det. Mick Gonterman assisted Corbin at the residence at Kenlee drive and found Angela Long, 24, of Pendleton, dead in her bed. According to Trooper Brad Arterburn, public affairs officer at KSP Post 5, Long died from blunt force trauma to the head and law enforcement believes they have the murder weapon in their possession.

In a citation filed by Tim Moore, detective at KSP Post 5, Baldwin signed an agreement waiving his Miranda rights at the post during questioning and revealed his personal account, which could lead to new charges.

Baldwin said he and Long had been drinking and smoking marijuana and that he blacked out. When he woke up, Baldwin said his hands were covered in blood and his penis was inside the victim.

Baldwin’s charges from September in Henry County District Court have been dismissed per new allegations. Charges included: 4th degree assault domestic violence minor injury, alcohol intoxication in a public place and 2nd degree disorderly conduct.

Baldwin has been charged with murder and had a preliminary hearing in Trimble County District Court Tuesday.