Hopkinsville Police wants to remind local citizens to secure their property at all times, especially since crimes happen throughout the day and in any neighborhood.
On Saturday, officers responded to an East 1st Street residence, where 44-year old Carol Sue Daigre stated that an unknown person removed an unsecured motor scooter worth about $1,000 from the front yard sometime Friday night.
Police say officers are following up on all leads, including a possible suspect in the theft.
Tomorrow is Primary Election Day in Kentucky and all Democrats and Republicans can cast a ballot—though it likely won’t take very long to do it.
Latest numbers from the courthouse show there are now 25,631 registered Democrats and 13,232 Republicans in Christian County. The 3,567 voters registered as independent or another party will not be able to vote in the primary tomorrow.
Christian County Elections Coordinator Melinda Humphries says Republicans can still choose between four candidates for the presidential nomination, even though everyone except Mitt Romney has suspended their campaigns.
Ms. Humphries says all Democrats can vote in the Congressional Primary and Democrats in Wards 5 and 7 can cast a ballot in Hopkinsville City Council races.
Todd County Republicans have a primary for State Representative, with two candidates running for a chance to face incumbent Martha Jane King in the fall.
First reading of the upcoming fiscal year’s budget will be on the agenda tomorrow morning when Christian Fiscal Court meets in regular session.
Christian County Treasurer Walter Cummings isn’t able to release the specific numbers before the meeting, but says the upcoming spending plan will look much like the current year’s budget.
Cummings says nearly every department requested extra funding for next year, but tough economic times prevented the county from being able to meet all of those requests.
Fiscal Court meets at 8:30 tomorrow morning at the courthouse.
Hopkinsville Police are investigating an alleged burglary of a Fort Campbell Boulevard business that took place over the weekend.
Police say officers were dispatched to Rent-A-Center located at 4165 Fort Campbell Boulevard in response to an alarm activation and upon arrival officers noticed the front window smashed.
Ellen Gibson told officers that several flat screen televisions worth over $3,500 were stolen.
Police say the investigation into the burglary remains open and a suspect description was not provided in the report.
Little River Days concludes today with Hopkinsville Appreciation day.
Hopkinsville Parks and Recreation Superintendent Gary McIntyre gives the rundown on just what that means.
Any rain or thunderstorm activity will hopefully hold off until events are over this evening to allow local residents one more opportunity to enjoy the festivities.