The Hopkinsville Police Department is investigating a claim that a local student sent disturbing text messages to a fellow class-mate earlier this week.
According to the police, the mother of an 11-year old girl reported that her daughter received a threatening message from another student on Tuesday.
The victim’s mother stated a 12-year old girl sent a picture text showing herself holding what appeared to be a gun along with a text message that stated the victim was going to go down.
The 12-year old girl reportedly admitted to sending the text message after she was questioned by police about the incident and was charged with 3rd degree terroristic threatening.
It’s not everyday that an artist has an opportunity showcase their one of a kind creations.
However, that’s not the case for a Clarksville resident’s sister, whose work was featured this week on the hit television show called Justified.
30-year old Lisa Singer, a native of Conesus, New York says she still can’t believe her sister’s work was featured on her favorite show.
According to Singer, words could not describe how proud and happy she is for her sister to have her work shown on a national television series.
Singer described her sister’s artwork as inspiring and truly unique because she is able to turn unwanted items like used tires into works of art.
Singer went onto say she is amazed that her sister is able to see what most people consider trash and turn it into a beautiful masterpiece.
The artwork of 38-year old Angela Bobal that was featured on Justified can be viewed either online or on Facebook.
Kentucky State Police identified the dead body reportedly found inside a van yesterday as 36-year old Amy L. Dennision of Beechmont, Kentucky.
An autopsy was reportedly performed this morning at the State Medical Examiners Office in Louisville and the cause of death was determined to be multiple gunshot wounds.
Meanwhile, 34-year old Lennie Dillon of Drakesboro, Kentucky, remains listed in serious condition at Saint Mary’s Hospital in Evansville, Indiana after he allegedly shot himself.
State Police obtained an arrest warrant for Dillan on the charge of murder.
As previously reported, troopers responded to a possible death located off Kentucky Highway 175 a half mile north of Ky 70 Wednesday afternoon and found a car off the road in a tree line with Dennison still inside the vehicle.
During a recent community crime review meeting, the Hopkinsville Police Department reported having numerous calls about prowlers in area neighborhoods.
According to Public Information Officer Paul Ray, the most recent call about a prowler happened in the Cox Mill Road area.
Officer Ray wants to remind local citizens to contact police and report any suspicious activity, even if it’s late at night.
Officer Ray says receiving public input is vital to the police department and makes the job of officers easier in catching criminals.
Contact the Hopkinsville Police Department at 270-890-1500 to report a prowler in a neighborhood or suspicious activity.
The case against two suspects accused of plotting and then brutally killing a Fort Campbell soldier last month is mounting.
During a preliminary hearing local law enforcement officials directly involved in the case gave chilling details about the murder of 28-year old Vincent Goslyn, who returned home
from combat on January 30th.
A Christian County Sheriff’s Deputy testified that 24-year old Jessie Goslyn was interviewed for about eight hours the day after her husband was killed and initially did not tell the truth about how her husband was killed. After making previous statements that police say were false, Goslyn admitted to meeting up with Jarred Long the night before the murder at a Clarksville hotel, where they allegedly discussed plans to harm her husband, who was already seeking treatment for injuries he sustained while he was deployed overseas.
Through the course of investigation, it was determined that Jessie Goslyn and Jarred Long were in a romantic relationship and that Long lived with her at her on-post housing for several months while her husband was deployed overseas.
According to the sheriff’s deputy, the night before the murder, Goslyn and Long discussed how she would take her husband out to eat, pretend to get sick on Fidelio Road, where Long would be waiting and pretending to have a broken down vehicle.
The sheriff’s deputy then went on to say that despite being gravely injured, Vincent Goslyn managed to walk back to the vehicle and attempted to get inside, but was pulled back and attacked by Long.
The deputy stated even though he was injured and being attacked by Long, Goslyn yelled for his wife, to go and get away from the scene.
Goslyn’s lifeless body was found Friday, February 3rd on Fidelio Road after he was reportedly shot multiple times by Jarred Long.