LANCASTER - Another pre-trial hearing for a Lancaster man charged with murder has been set after the public defender in the case indicated she had more bullet evidence during a court hearing Friday.
Brian K. Lainhart, 37, is charged with murder in the Nov. 8 shooting death of Mitchell Miller, 33, of Campbellsville.
Lainhart turned himself in to police after the shooting on Jack Black Road about three miles north of Lancaster. State police said the shooting was "domestic related" and that Lainhart allegedly used a 30-30 rifle. Lainhart also faces two counts of possession of a handgun by a convicted felon. Along with the rifle, he allegedly had a .22 caliber rifle in his possession.
In an unrelated case, Lainhart was charged with several drug offenses on Sept. 11, 2001.
Defense attorney Susanne McCollough told Circuit Judge Hunter Daugherty Friday that "Kentucky State Police in all their finest did not find all the bullets." McCollough said that another bullet was found and that it could be the "key bullet."