"Not held on charge" sounds like it could be some type of LMPD code that is sort of a placeholder for another crime, like maybe for something out of state or maybe for a new crime that hasn't been put into the computer yet.
I suggest you call LMPD and ask a person what it means because it doesn't sound like a legal issue.
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Call the Jefferson County District Court Clerk's Office at 595-4428 if the cases are pending in District Court to identify the pending charges. I assume the defendant has an attorney, the attorney can get an individual list of all charges and check with the Kentucky Court Net info online.
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