Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway is warning state residents of holiday scams.
He says shoppers need to be aware of too good to be true schemes, such as deeply discounted tech gadgets such as iPads. Those offers routinely come via text message or smartphone popup ads.
Conway says if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Anyone who feels they have become a victim of a scam should call police.
Very few details are provided, but the Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an attempted murder from yesterday.
A news release from Detective Will Coursey says the department responded to a possible assault in Nortonville and found a woman who had been assaulted by a male suspect with a weapon.
The victim is being treated for her injuries, while the investigation continues. The news release doesn’t identify the victim or suspect.
The Christian County Board of Education held a special called meeting tonight to discuss and take action concerning purchasing land to one day build a high school.
Board Chairman Barry Cornelius gives more details of the action that was taken tonight to purchase 27 acres of land.
The Marshall County Sheriff’s Office continues to investigate a single-vehicle fatality that occurred early Sunday morning near Calvert City.
Deputy William Strader reported that the fatal crash happened around 5:34 a.m. on McFarlan Road near Calvert City after 37-year old Joseph Busch of Calvert City, who was operating an ATV was driving northeast on McFarlan Road and failed to make a left turn, left the roadway and struck a log.
The crash remains under investigation by Deputy Strader.
The Marshall County Coroner’s Office, Calvert City Police, Marshall County EMS, and Possum Trot Sharpe Fire Department also assisted at the scene.
It’s been 67 years in the making and now a World War II Veteran will be getting his well deserved honor for his gallantry in action during the Battle of the Bulge.
101st Airborne Division Commanding General, Major General James McConville will be presenting retired Staff Sergeant James E. Alsobrooks with the Purple Heart for injuries he sustained during the legendary Battle of the Bulge.
The award ceremony is scheduled to take place Friday afternoon at the division’s headquarters building.
Alsobrooks spent over 30-years as a civil servant at Fort Campbell after leaving the military and never received a formal military ceremony for his Purple Heart.