Hopkinsville Parks and Recreation reported vandalism at Ruff Park on Wednesday.
Hopkinsville Police Department arrested a man Monday afternoon, and a citizen’s video of the arrest was shared on social media, leading Police Chief Clayton Sumner to make a statement and release the officer’s body camera footage on HPD’s Facebook page.
Keshonda Green, 25, Hopkinsville, allegedly made forced entry into an apartment on Clay Street where her ex-boyfriend, Jamal Hopson, 41, Hopkinsville, was with another woman early Monday morning.
On Jan. 10, 2020 at approximately 10:15 p.m., Kentucky State Police Post 2 in Madisonville, received a call from the Christian County Detention Center stating an inmate had escaped while on work release at the Senior Citizen’s Center in Hopkinsville.
A Hopkinsville woman was arrested around 9:30 p.m. Friday at her home on Oak Tree Villa Drive after allegedly cutting a man multiple times, according to a Hopkinsville police report.
The Christian County Sheriff’s Office made four arrests Friday, with more pending, for a burglary on Hickory Smokehouse Road that occurred last month, according to a CCSO press release.
Sheriff’s deputies arrested two teenagers Wednesday afternoon and a third teen on Thursday after a handgun was discovered at Christian County High School, according to the sheriff’s department.
Sheriff’s officials believe someone climbed onto a heat pump two months ago at Hopkinsville Water Environment Authority’s treatment plant, entered through a window and stole a pH meter.
A dog strayed Tuesday from its owner’s backyard on North Jessup Avenue and bit a young boy on the arm, police said. They said it also tried to attack animal control and patrol officers when they came to seize it.
A woman left an air conditioner in her home on Moayon Street while she was moving out. She returned to the home early Monday morning and found the door unlocked and the air conditioner missing.
A First Street resident reported that a group of juveniles walked by his home Monday night and shouted obscenities at his 19-year-old son, and he believes they later vandalized his truck.
A Fort Campbell soldier and his wife reported last week that someone entered their home in LaFayette and took their spare keys. The burglar may have struck again Tuesday afternoon.
Police confronted early Sunday morning a Mayfield man who had six active warrants from McCracken County. He had no ID, and he allegedly gave officers a false name.
While a 30-year-old man was visiting his children at his “estranged wife’s” house last week, a stranger approached him while he sat in his car and fired several gunshots toward him, he told police.
Police arrested a Guthrie man who allegedly cut a male acquaintance in the face with a knife three weeks ago. They said he also cut a woman on the finger while she held her infant child, endangering the infant.
The same day a Crofton resident noticed a sink and garbage disposal missing from his construction site, a suspect exchanged them at Lowe’s for in-store credit, sheriff’s officials said.
An alarm wired to the garage door scared off some intruders early this morning from a home on Herndon-Oak Grove Road, the owner reported. He said it was the second time it has happened.
An Illinois resident said someone broke into his storage unit at Madisonville Road Mini Storage some time during the past five weeks. The burglar cut a lock and stole a rifle from inside, he said.
Someone broke into a storage unit two months ago at Kentucky Moving and Storage and stole a kayak and two paddles, police said. The owner’s mother reported the theft on Wednesday.
An off-duty police officer noticed a drunken man bumping and falling into other customers Wednesday morning at Fort Campbell Federal Credit Union on Fort Campbell Boulevard, according to a Hopkinsville police report. The man allegedly resisted arrest when other officers arrived.
Sheriff’s officials said they found methamphetamine and marijuana Tuesday night during a search of a home on West 20th Street. They arrested two residents on drug and stolen property charges.
Police found a vehicle Tuesday that someone reported stolen earlier in the day. They arrested a man who had the keys in his pocket and charged him with receiving stolen property.
A Carl Smith Road resident reported early this morning that a man who previously stayed at her house entered her attic through a window, then broke through the ceiling to get into the main part of the house.