A Madisonville man was arrested at 5 p.m. Monday on Grapevine Road in Crofton after allegedly hitting a four-wheeler with his vehicle, according to a Christian County Sheriff's report.
Deputies were called to a home on Grapevine Road in reference to a collision involving a vehicle and a four-wheeler, the report stated.
When deputies arrived, they met with Dillion J. Miller, 29, Madisonville, who told deputies he accidentally ran into the four-wheeler after the four-wheeler created dust on a gravel road and he was not able to see it.
However, the party that was on the four-wheeler told deputies that Miller flagged them down on the road and told them they were on his private property. The party then told Miller it was a county road, and a verbal argument began.
The victims started to leave the scene when Miller allegedly drove into the four-wheeler with the passenger side of the vehicle. One of the victims was taken to Jennie Stuart Medical Center to be examined.
Deputies found fresh damage and circular tire marks on the passenger side door of Miller's vehicle.
Miller was arrested and charged with first-degree wanton endangerment.
In other reports
• Toyua Waddell, 44, Hopkinsville, was arrested around 11 p.m. Monday while at a Hazel Street for fourth-degree assault (domestic violence) and first-degree strangulation, according to a Hopkinsville police report. Waddell was also served a warrant out of Christian County for probation violation, the report added.
This information was obtained through police, police reports or the Christian County Jail. Readers are reminded that a charge is only an accusation and everyone is entitled to the presumption of innocence until proven guilty in a court of law.
Collision on Pennyrile Parkway Exit 6 injures two drivers
A two-vehicle collision that occurred at 7:15 p.m. Monday on the southbound Exit 6 off ramp of Pennyrile Parkway to Eagle Way injured both drivers, according to a Christian County Sheriff's report.
According to the report, Rebecca C. Francis, 63, Cadiz, was stopped on the exit ramp while Tanner R. Daugherty, 18, Hopkinsville, was exiting the ramp behind Francis.
Daugherty told deputies that as he was exiting the ramp, he came around the curve and noticed Franics was stopped with her hazard lights on. Daugherty clipped the right rear of Franics' vehicle and struck the concrete barrier.
Francis told deputies that as she was going down the ramp, an older truck was backing up the ramp toward her. At that time, she reportedly stopped and put her hazard lights on.
Francis then saw Daugherty coming behind her and also attempted to pull to the side to avoid the collision, but was unable to avoid it.
The unknown truck left the scene before deputies arrived, the report stated.
Daugherty was transported to Jennie Stuart Medical Center for his injuries. Francis complained of neck and back pain but refused EMS and told deputies she would drive herself to First Care.