Teen's 10 Year Sentence Reduced to Probation
By West Kentucky Star Staff
PADUCAH - A Paducah teen who was sentenced in January to 10 years behind bars for conspiring with his girlfriend to kill his mother and her parents will now only have to serve five years probation.

Kyle Parrish received a 10-year prison sentence on Jan. 4 on a conspiracy to commit manslaughter charge. Court records show Judge Tim Kaltenback reduced his sentence on Tuesday to five years probation. 

As part of the new sentence, Parrish is required to remain employed and stay out of legal trouble. He is also prohibited from contacting Zoe Bryan. Bryan was convicted of conspiracy to commit first-degree manslaughter and second-degree arson in the case. She was sentenced to 10 and 15 years on those charges, respectively.

Hundreds of text messages between Parrish and Zoe Brown were used as evidence in the case against them. The assistant prosecutor said the couple were upset because they couldn't spend time together, and the texts outlined their plans to kill their parents.

Published 01:12 PM, Wednesday Dec. 05, 2018
Updated 01:17 PM, Wednesday Dec. 05, 2018

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