Clarksville Police have found the man they say is responsible for a bank robbery Tuesday afternoon.
Charged with aggravated robbery is 44-year old Troy Anthony Bobo of Lylewood Road, Clarksville. Photos from the robbery circulated through media from across Kentucky and Tennessee and Clarksville Police Officer Brian Coghill was able to look at the photo and identify the alleged robber as Bobo.
Officers surrounded Bobo’s home Wednesday night to execute a search warrant when the suspect reportedly jumped from a second story window in an attempt to get away. Police detained Bobo and he was taken to Gateway Medical Center for non-life-threatening injuries.
He’ll be lodged in the Montgomery County Jail on 150-thousand dollars bond once he is medically cleared.
A local man was arrested on sexual abuse of a child charges yesterday.
Charged with two counts of first degree sexual abuse of a child under the age of 12 is 28-year old Matthew McCraw of Hopkinsville. Detective Scott Raup writes on the arrest card that McCraw allegedly touched a young girl sexually on two occasions over the summer.
McCraw was lodged in the Christian County Jail on 25-thousand dollars bond.
Hopkinsville Police arrested a city man yesterday accused of assaulting his daughter.
Arrested and charged with second degree assault and fourth degree assault was 34-year old Pedro Mulero, Jr. of Hopkinsville. Officer Raymond Davis writes that Mulero threw his daughter to the ground on September 30th and began hitting her on the face and head.
Mulero allegedly used his body weight to restrain the girl and pulled her hair. The victim reportedly had a black eye and bruising on other parts of her body. The girl sought medical treatment and was diagnosed with a concussion. Mulero’s wife was also injured in the attack.
Mulero was lodged in the Christian County Jail on 10-thousand dollars bond.
Several Hopkinsville railroad crossings will be closed for the next several days while CSX makes repairs.
A spokesman for CSX says the crossings on East 1st, 5th, 6th, 7th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 14th and 17th will likely be closed until sometime Tuesday while crews replace cross-ties.
Motorists will still be able to cross the railroad tracks on East 2nd, 4th, 9th and 13th, according to the CSX representative.
A rear-end collision at 9th and Railroad yesterday afternoon injured a Hopkinsville woman.
The incident happened around 12:20, according to the Hopkinsville Police report, which says 45-year old Julie Peterson of Hopkinsville was stopped in traffic when she was rear-ended by 19-year old Emily Watson of Fort Campbell. Ms. Watson told police she tried to stop, but wasn’t able to in time to avoid a wreck.
Ms. Peterson, who was wearing her seat belt, was taken by ambulance to Jennie Stuart Medical Center for neck pain. Ms. Watson was also restrained and went uninjured.