Four Clarksville men wanted in connection with a robbery that took place late last month are now behind bars.
Clarksville Police today charged 19-year old Larry Antonio Jamar Green Junior of 370 Peabody Drive, 24-year old Antwon Lamar Mitchell of 376 South Lancaster Road, 18-year old Matthew Gregory Burch of 307 Lafayette Road and 19-year old Jermaine Cooper Junior of 16-31 South Jordan Drive with one count each of aggravated robbery.
The four men are accused of physically attacking an 18-year old male in the 1600 block of Fort Campbell Boulevard on November 26th and also stealing an ipod, cell phone and cash from the victim.
All four men are lodged in the Montgomery County Jail on a $5,000 cash only bond.
Several homes in Todd County were reportedly evacuated last night due to a natural gas leak.
County EMA advised they evacuated five homes and closed down State Highway 181.
Officials say the gas leak occurred between the 4000 and 5000 block of KY 181.
More information will be released as soon as it becomes available.
Hopkinsville Police are investigating the theft of lap top from a local business.
22-year old Donna Ashcroft of Hopkinsville reported to police yesterday that sometime on Friday, November 25th an unknown suspect entered her place of employment at Infinite Ink located at 207 East 9th Street and stole a Dell Inspiron lap top worth $2,000.
A suspect description was not provided in the report, but police say the case remains open.
Christian County Public School officials have released the dates for this month’s Pre-K Reading Sessions for area children between the ages of birth to 5 years old.
The first session for this month is scheduled to take place Friday, December 2nd at 11 a.m. at the Hopkinsville Boys and Girls Club, while the second session scheduled to take place Wednesday, December 7th at 10 a.m. at the Hopkinsville-Christian County Library.
According to school officials, children who attend four sessions of the Christian County Pre-K Reading Program will receive a free book and parents who attend at least four sessions of the program will be entered into a drawing for a Nook color e-reader, a $50 Barnes & Noble gift card or a $10 Christian County Chamber of Commerce gift certificate.
For more information about the Pre-K Reading Sessions, contact 270-885-90-96.
Deer versus vehicle wrecks continue to rise in Clarksville.
According to Clarksville Police, there have been 140 deer crashes compared to 139 last year and 13 of the wrecks this year involved injuries.
Police say yesterday around 8 a.m. 26-year old Brian Fraley of Clarksville was driving a 2009 Jeep Laredo south on Fort Campbell Boulevard near Concord Drive when a deer crossing the roadway attempted to jump over the vehicle, but hit the driver’s side mirror and shattered the windshield.
Police say as a result of the collision, Fraley had some facial lacerations and cuts to his hands and was treated on the scene for non-life threatening injuries.