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Paducah woman turns herself in, accused of murder

MCCRACKEN COUNTY, KY (KFVS) -

Police say a Paducah woman is facing murder charges.

Adriana Mason, 19, of Paducah, was arrested on a warrant charging her with murder Friday after turning herself in.
 
Mason was arrested due to a connection with a Sept. 2 homicide in Bowling Green.

The Bowling Green Police Department contacted Paducah’s General Investigations Unit on Thursday and requested assistance in locating Mason. Detectives found Mason and arranged for Bowling Green authorities to interview her Thursday night.

After the interview, Bowling Green detectives obtained a warrant charging Mason with murder.

Mason is accused of going with Dominique L. Wortham, 21, to the home of Larry W. Thomas Jr. in Bowling Green on Sept. 2 with the intention of robbing Thomas. Wortham was arrested and reportedly admitted shooting Thomas during the robbery.

Mason was taken to McCracken County Regional Jail and is awaiting transfer to Warren County.

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