The two suspects accused in the fatal shooting of a Fort Campbell soldier on Fidelio Road earlier this year were back in Christian County Circuit Court this afternoon after previously being formally arraigned on murder charges.
Hopkinsville Public Defender William Maddux, who is representing 25-year old Jessie Goslyn of Fort Campbell told Circuit Court Judge Andrew Self he needed more time in going over evidence regarding his client before the case goes any further.
Meanwhile, Paducah attorney Mark Bryant, who is representing Goslyn’s co-defendant, 24-year old Jared Tabor Long of Colorado also stated he needed more time to go over evidence regarding the case and is still awaiting lab results.
After hearing from both attorneys, Judge Self then set an August 29th pre-trial conference for both murder suspects.
Jessie Gosyln is accused of luring her husband, Vincent Gosyln to Fidelio Road, where Jared Long would be waiting to harm Vincent Goslyn. Long is accused of being the trigger man in the fatal shooting.
Hopkinsville Police are investigating an armed robbery at a South Main Street business.
A news release says a Hispanic male wearing a dark blue shirt and dark pants with a thin mustache walked into Model Dry Cleaners at 1117 South Main around 1:21 and brandished a handgun demanding money.
The suspect then fled the scene with an undisclosed amount of cash. Hopkinsville Police called in a K-9 unit and searched the area for the man, but were not immediately successful in locating him. Anyone who may have information on the robbery can call the Crime Stoppers Tips Line at 887-TIPS.
The former social worker accused of mishandling and falsifying public records in a high-profile case that resulted in the death of a local child appeared in Christian County Circuit Court this afternoon.
Representing 41-year old Donna Monroe Currey of Todd County, Hopkinsville Attorney William Deatherage entered a not-guilty plea on behalf of his client.
Circuit Court Judge Andrew Self then set an August 1st pre-trial conference for Currey after granting her to be released on her own recognizance and described her conditions of release.
Hopkinsville Police are investigating an armed robbery of a South Main Street business from this afternoon.
The call came in around 1:25 that a Hispanic male had gone into Model Cleaners on South Main with a handgun and demanded cash. Few other details are available and Hopkinsville Police were searching the area looking for any potential suspects.
We’ll have more information on this incident as it becomes available.
Todd County has joined several others in western Kentucky in instituting an outdoor burn ban.
Judge-Executive Darryl Greenfield issued a proclamation banning any outdoor burning due to ongoing dry conditions and said it will remain in effect until he rescinds the order when conditions improve.
Todd joins Muhlenberg and Hopkins Counties in instituting a ban.