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Former officer pleads not guilty to tampering with evidence

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OAK GROVE, KY (WSMV) -

A former Oak Grove, KY police officer accused of tampering with evidence in a 1994 double murder at a massage parlor is maintaining his innocence.

According to court documents, Leslie Duncan pleaded not guilty during a hearing on Wednesday.

Duncan was indicted by a Christian County grand jury last week.

He is accused of altering evidence in the investigation in the murders of Candida Belt and Gloria Ross at New Life Massage Parlor.

Duncan was the lead investigator but was removed from the case after he was accused of hampering the investigation.

He was arrested in July after Kentucky State Police reopened their investigation into the women's deaths.

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