Court docs paint a troubled portrait

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Man who killed himself during police chase once tied to largest drug ring in Louisville history

By Forrest Berkshire, Editor

Tyran Jenkins was supposed to be in a federal penitentiary until at least 2027 for his participation in possibly the largest drug ring in Louisville’s history, responsible for importing literally a ton of cocaine from Mexican contacts in Southern California.

But earlier this month, he lay dead by his own hand in a car near the 14th hole of My Old Kentucky Home golf course after leading police on a chase through Bardstown. According to court records, he had attempted suicide in the past.

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