A man long sought after by Cadiz Police for an alleged theft of a trailer at West Kentucky Door last summer has been arrested.
A news release says 30-year old Brandon Keyes of Dawson Springs was arrested by Dawson Springs Police Saturday and charged with felony theft. He was booked into the Hopkins County Jail.
Keyes and 20-year old Bridgett Davis of Dawson Springs are charged with the July 5th theft of a utility trailer and contents valued at $3,500 from West Kentucky Door. Davis was arrested on January 14, 2013 and charged with theft.
The trailer and contents have not been recovered, with the investigation continuing by Major Duncan Wiggins.
Someone broke into a vehicle on South Main Street Friday night, getting away with over $3,000 worth of property.
The suspect or suspects used an eight inch piece of concrete to break out the left rear window of the vehicle belonging to 34-year old Macrina Jose between 8:30 and 9:45pm Friday.
The vehicle was parked at 209 South Main and the woman’s purse was inside. The perpetrator got away with several pieces of expensive jewelry, three checks totaling $900, $400 cash and several personal documents.
Total value of property taken is listed at $3,244.
Two people were injured in a wreck at West 15th Street and Phelps Avenue Friday afternoon.
The report from Public Safety Officer Chris Bond says 54-year old Pamela Oliver of Herndon was headed west on 15th when 26-year old Kasey Downey of Hopkinsville failed to stop at a stop sign on Phelps and drove into her path.
Ms. Oliver’s car hit Ms. Downey’s SUV in the side, causing the Blazer to overturn. An ambulance took Ms. Downey and her passenger, 29-year old Richard Stavena of Hopkinsville, to Jennie Stuart Medical Center.
Ms. Oliver and her four passengers went uninjured.
Valentine’s Day just got a little sweeter for over 60 Fort Campbell families.
About 65 soldiers assigned to the 2nd Brigade Combat Team returned to the local post Saturday night, just in time for Valentine ’s Day.
Family and friends of the returning soldiers were anxiously awaiting their arrival.
1st Lieutenant Chris Rutherfod, whose parents traveled all the way from Denver stated he was thrilled to be back home following his nine-month deployment in Afghanistan.
Details are scarce, but authorities in Muhlenberg County are investigating an explosion and house fire from last evening.
At least five fire departments responded to the large home near the 3000 block of KY 176 just after 9pm, with initial reports indicating there were no injuries or deaths.
Residents said flames could be seen in the night sky for at least five miles away and that the public was not allowed to get near the scene as a safety precaution.