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Three indicted in death at Double Dukes saloon

3 indicted in death at saloon 3 indicted in death at saloon
(Source: Benjamin Perry/Henderson Co. Detention Center) (Source: Benjamin Perry/Henderson Co. Detention Center)
(Source: Justin Kiper/Henderson Co. Detention Center) (Source: Justin Kiper/Henderson Co. Detention Center)
HENDERSON, KY (WFIE) -

A grand jury in Henderson has indicted three men connection with the death of a man at Double Dukes saloon in Henderson.

Benjamin Perry, Justin Kiper and Robert Brantley were working security the night 34-year-old Adam Hogan of Uniontown died in March

All three are charged with wanton murder and complicity to murder.

Perry and Kiper are at the Henderson Detention Center.

Brantley has been free on bond since his arrest on murder charges in March.

Henderson Police Detective Shannon Troutman previously testified in court that video he received of that night shows two bouncers holding Hogan down while Brantley was on top "choking" Hogan.

Troutman also said that the two bouncers admitted to "kneeing" Hogan.

14 News is continuing to follow these developments, and we will have the latest on air, online at 14News.com and on mobile with the 14 News mobile app.

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