Kentucky has unusual statute of limitation laws for criminal cases. Unlike most states which specify different time periods for different types of crimes, Kentucky’s laws are very basic: there is no statute of limitations for any felonies and a one year period for any other crime. The only tolling provision is for misdemeanors where the victim is a minor.
Ky. Rev. Stat. Ann. 500.050
Felonies: no statute of limitations
Any offense other than felony: within 1 year after it is committed
Misdemeanor when the victim is under 18: within 5 years after the victim turns 18