A Trigg County woman was arrested for allegedly driving impaired after a hit and run wreck Friday night.
Cadiz Police charged 49-year old Julie Coleman of Anna Street with her first DUI just after 10pm, according to the report, which says Ms. Coleman turned from Main St. onto Cunningham Avenue and hit a vehicle driven by 19-year old Michaela Creed of Cadiz.
Coleman allegedly kept driving until she was found at her home, where she told officers she had taken pills and didn’t remember the wreck. Officer Richard Martin made the arrest.
Two men who were allegedly attempting to break into a Clarksville residence Saturday night were arrested a short time later.
A news release from Clarksville Police says they received a call of a possible home invasion around 9:30 on Kingsbury Drive. When officers arrived, they found out that two men had come to the residence in an attempt to fight a 20 year old male that lived there.
They reportedly attempted to kick the back door in unsuccessfully, so they went to the front door to try. In the meantime, another 20 year old male inside of the residence retrieved a shotgun. After the intruders kicked in the door, they found themselves facing a shotgun and being ordered to leave the residence. The two men fled from the scene in a blue Pontiac Sunfire.
One of the men, known by one of the house’s occupants, was identified as 26-year old Nathaniel Hall. The vehicle and description of both suspects was relayed to officers in the area and Officer Joshua Swaffer spotted the vehicle on the 41-A Bypass, relayed the direction of travel, and Officer Beau Skinner was able to stop the vehicle. Both suspects were positively identified as the men trying to force their way into the residence.
Hall and 26-year old Zachary Craig Mccall, both of Clarksville, were charged with Criminal Attempt to Committ Aggravated Burglary.
Hopkinsville Police investigated a fight that ended with two women sustaining stab wounds this morning.
Few details were immediately available, but police say they received a call of several people fighting on Foxfield Rd. around 2:15. When they arrived, they found two women who had been stabbed, though their wounds didn’t appear to be life-threatening.
We’ll have more details on the incident with the release of the official report.
Charges are pending against a local woman who had contact with both sheriff's officials and city police yesterday and last night, with 37-year old Lisa Loving, whose Hopkinsville address is listed as unknown, eventually charged with Burglary by sheriff's officials and Receiving Stolen Property, Contempt of Court, and Failure to Appear by city police.
Ms. Loving and 44-year old Billy W. Stokes III of Lot 8, Shady Acres Mobile Home Park, Elkton, are charged with Burglary in connection with an entry to the residence of Bobby Linville at 1-35 Grand Orchard Boulevard, while two bench warrants against Ms. Loving were on file and served by city police, along with the Receiving Stolen Property charge, which was also referred against 41-year old Junior Anderson and 47-year old Robert Joe Howell Junior, both of Hopkinsville.
The arrest cards completed by city detectives say Ms. Moving and Howell and Anderson were discovered in a pickup truck on Quarry Road yesterday afternoon with the truck containing over $1,200 worth of stolen vinyl siding.
Elsewhere, detective Scott Raup has made an arrest in connection with yesterday's reported strong arm robbery on Willow Court, with 44-year old Steven Haas of Hopkinsville charged with Second Degree Robbery in connection with the incident in which Ronald Futtrell said Haas pushed him down and took some property of his.
Hopkinsville Police are investigating an alleged case of robbery.
According to police, the robbery took place yesterday and was reported by 53-year old Ronald Futrell of Willow Court.
Futrell told police that someone he knew used physical force against him in order to steal cash and a flip cell phone from him.
Police say the case remains ongoing and that an arrest has not been made in this case.