A Clarksville man was booked into the Montgomery County Jail early this morning after he allegedly shot his friend in the leg.
According to police, around 1:30 a.m. police were dispatched to 3837 Aly Shera Drive in reference to several teenagers fighting.
While on the scene, witnesses told officers a 19-year old male was shot in the leg and was headed to the hospital in a private vehicle.
Through the course of investigation, officers determined 18-year old Laquinton Tillman of 3837 Aly Sheba Drive, Clarksville, brandished a handgun in an attempt to make numerous individuals leave and discharged and hit his 19-year old friend in the leg.
Police say the shooting victim was treated and released and charged Tillman with aggravated assault, possession/ purchasing of intoxicating liquor by/minors.
Over two thousand dollars worth of jewelry was reported missing from a Hopkinsville residence recently.
40-year old Maya Merritt of James Drive told Hopkinsville Police yesterday that sometime over the weekend someone stole precious jewelry from her residence.
Merritt gave police a description of a man she believes stole her jewelry and various other items.
Police have not made any arrests related to this case at this time, but the case remains open.
A Hopkinsville man claims someone stole his truck worth thousands of dollars from his property.
Jimmy Leek told police sometime between Friday and yesterday someone entered his property located at 203 Bradshaw Pike and stole a black Ford Duelly truck after leaving his keys in the truck.
According to police, the truck’s estimated value is $10,000.
A suspect description was not provided in the report, but police say the case remains open.
Hopkinsville Police arrested three juveniles yesterday for allegedly burglarizing a residence.
According to police, the juveniles whose ages range from 13, 16 and 17 were caught entering a 150 North Jessup residence.
When officers reportedly arrived on the scene, a witness identified all three juveniles and they were taken into custody without incident and charged with 2nd degree burglary.
One of the men who represents Trigg County in Frankfort has announced he won’t seek another term.
Fifth District State Representative Melvin Henley of Murray tells the Murray Ledger and Times he won’t seek a fifth term during next year’s election. Representative Henley tells the paper he’s always said nobody should say in office in office more than eight years and that if he’s going to walk the walk, he’s also going to talk the talk.
Henley defeated Robert “Bucky” Buckingham in 2004 and has won re-election three times since. He has represented portions of Calloway and Trigg Counties.