One home was destroyed and another damaged in two separate fires on East 18th Street Monday evening and early Tuesday morning.
The worst fire happened around 1 a.m. at 1001 East 18th, where 18 fire-fighters and eight trucks responded and found flames and smoke coming from the structure.
The resident of the house is listed as Cassandria Hampton on the Hopkinsville Fire Department report, which says no one was home when the blaze began.
Fire spread to all portions of the home and half of the roof collapsed. The report from Battalion Chief Michael Workman says the structure was a total loss at $58,000 worth of damage done to the building and contents.
An investigation into the cause of the fire is ongoing and it's currently listed as undetermined.
The earlier fire happened around 4:30 p.m. Monday at 110 East 18th, where an apparent electrical fire did $4,000 worth of damage to the home and contents of Robert Bussell.
No one was injured in either incident.
Kentucky State Police have located a former Fort Campbell soldier who had been listed as a missing person.
A news release from KSP says 21-year old Jordan Thomas Welch was located safe and in good health Monday. Police had asked for the public's help in locating Welch after his sister had not been able to contact him in over two months.
A local teen went to Jennie Stuart Medical Center following a rear-end collision on East 9th Street Monday morning.
The Hopkinsville Police report says 36-year old Casandra Catlett of Hopkinsville was stopped in traffic near 9th and railroad around 10:30. Police say 57-year old Diana Denton of Hopkinsville came over the railroad tracks and struck Ms. Catlett's vehicle in the rear.
Ms. Catlett's passenger—14-year old Cassieona Mosby of Hopkinsville—was taken by ambulance to Jennie Stuart Medical Center for treatment of neck pain.
Everyone involved was wearing a seat belt.
A home invasion Monday on Seminole Drive is under investigation by Hopkinsville Police.
The report from Officer Jason Brent says the incident happened around 11:30 a.m. at 2935 Seminole, where Colin O'Brien of Hopkinsville said two unknown black males came into the residence and brandished handguns.
The suspects demanded money and assaulted O'Brien, before fleeing the scene. Another man identified as Granville Cornett of Hopkinsville was also in the home, but was not injured.
The Trigg County Sheriff’s Office has charged a Cadiz man with attempted murder stemming from a shooting incident last month.
As previously reported, the victim told police that he had gone to a church parking lot to fight a man November 6. When the victim arrived, 40-year old Torell Dewayne Boyd of Cadiz allegedly came at him with a gun and fired three or four shots at his van. Sheriff Ray Burnam says Deputy Tyler Thomas arrested Boyd Monday evening and charged him with attempted murder.
The victim was able to go back to his Wallonia home to call police on the day of the crime. Further investigation at the victim’s residence led to the arrests of 27-year old Joshua Ennis, 28-year old Charlie Rogers, 24-year old Robert Paul Troup, and 22-year old Rose Anne Williams on drug and endangering the welfare of a minor charges.
Enis was also charged with 4th degree assault, intimidating a participant in a legal process, tampering with evidence and terroristic threatening.