Browning booked in Madison County jail, bail set

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This afternoon, 30 year old Logan Tanner Browning, the man at the center of Saturday nights 5 hour stand off and alleged arson, was released from the hospital and brought back to Richmond. Judge Charles “Chuck” Hardin set Brownings bond at $250,000 cash. This evening, Browning was booked into the Madison County Detention Center.

Browning held law enforcement officials at bay for nearly five hours this past Saturday night at an apartment complex on Third Street in Richmond. Browning has been charged with a myriad of charges, included but not limited to: Burglary 1st degree Robbery 1st degree Arson 1st degree Wanton endangerment 1st degree-police officer (9 counts) Wanton endangerment 1st degree (5 counts).

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Kelly Wallingford is a Powell County Kentucky graduate of 1980, and the fall of that year, started his radio career as a evening DJ at WEKG/WJSN in Jackson, Ky, while attending Lee's Jr. College. The principles of WEKG/WJSN also owned WIRV-AM in Irvine, where Wallingford soon transitioned. Wallingford eventually bought in as a part owner of WIRV. He later bought out his partner and launched WCYO-FM "The Coyote" in 1992. In 1999, Wallingford acquired WEKY-AM, WKXO-AM, and WKXO-FM in Madison County. Soon, WKXO -FM was rebranded as 106.7 'The Dog'. In 2016, Wallingford added three more FM's to the company. 99.3 in Irvine, 92.5 in Richmond, and 103.5 in Berea. The companies growth and expansion has been extensive, and 2017 marks the transition into Richmond's first TV station, WBON-TV, as well as web, phone apps, and other digital media products for our clients in the greater Richmond area. Wallingford resides with his wife Bess on their Madison County farm, complete with cattle, horses, dogs and kitties.