Officials are trying to determine whether this object found in the woods of Lakeville is a foot, and, if it is, who it belonged to. Lakeville Police Department. A mysterious and potentially grisly find by two young boys in a wooded area has police and residents of Quincy, Mass. Steven Leanues picked up what appears to be a decomposed foot that the boys found in the woods off Pantheon Road. Police Chief Frank Alvilhiera sent it to the medical examiner, who determined it is not human, although it appears to have five toes.
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The town adjoins Louisa, Kentucky. The population was at the census. The Fort Gay community traces back to , when 11 people established a settlement at the junction of the Tug and Big Sandy rivers, across from what is now Louisa, Kentucky. In , the town's name was officially changed to Fort Gay. As of the census, the MSA had a population of ,