Larry White was sentenced to death by the State of Kentucky for a sexual assault and murder. According to court documents Larry White would sexually assault and murder the victim Pamela Denise Armstrong. The victim was shot twice in the head. DNA would match Larry White to the crime scene. Larry White would be arrested, convicted and sentenced to death.
Larry White 2021 Information
|Name:||WHITE, LARRY LAMONT|
|PID # / DOC #:||122556 / 202089|
|Institution Start Date:||7/25/2006|
|Expected Time To Serve (TTS):||DEATH SENTENCE|
|Minimum Expiration of Sentence Date (Good Time Release Date): ?||DEATH SENTENCE|
|Parole Eligibility Date:||DEATH SENTENCE|
|Maximum Expiration of Sentence Date:||DEATH SENTENCE|
|Location:||Kentucky State Penitentiary|
|Height:||5′ 7 “|
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White was sentenced to death on October 14, 2014 in Jefferson County for the murder and rape of Pamela Denise Armstrong. Ms. Armstrong’s body was found deceased in Jefferson County. She had been shot twice in the head with a .38 caliber weapon. It was also determined that she has been raped. During the initial investigation, White has been developed as a suspect. A sample of White’s DNA was obtained, and after comparison, was found to match the DNA samples that had been attained from the victim.
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Armstrong was murdered on June 4, 1983. Her body was discovered that same day in a public alley, with her pants and underwear pulled down around her legs and shirt pulled up to her bra line. She suffered from two gunshot wounds. One wound was observed on the left side of the back of her head, while the other wound was in virtually the same spot on the right side. The medical examiner was unable to determine which shot was fired first, but did opine that neither shot alone would have caused immediate death.
Although Appellant was originally a suspect, Armstrong’s murder remained unsolved for more than twenty years. Yet, in 2004, the Louisville Metro Police Department (“LMPD”) Cold Case Unit reopened Armstrong’s case. Through the use of DNA profiling, Detectives sought to eliminate suspects. LMPD officers were able to obtain Appellant’s DNA from a cigar he discarded during a traffic stop. Appellant’s DNA profile matched the DNA profile found in Armstrong’s panties.
On December 27, 2007, a Jefferson County Grand Jury returned an indictment charging Appellant with rape in the first degree and murder. During the trial, DNA evidence and evidence of Appellant’s other murder convictions were introduced to the jury. On July 28, 2014, Appellant was found guilty of both charges. Appellant refused to participate during the sentencing stage of his trial. The jury ultimately found the existence of aggravating circumstances and recommended a sentence of death for Armstrong’s murder plus twenty years for her rape. The trial court sentenced Appellant in conformity with the jury’s recommendation. Appellant now appeals his conviction and sentence as a matter of right pursuant to § 110(2)(b) of the Kentucky Constitution and Kentucky Revised Statute (“KRS”) 532.075.