No suspects are listed on a report of a shooting on Mechanic St. from yesterday afternoon.
The incident happened around 3:30 near the intersection of Mechanic and Howell Streets, according to the report from Hopkinsville Police, which says 51-year old Elvis Langley of Hopkinsville told officers he had been walking when he felt a pain to his right knee.
A bullet had gone all the way through his knee, though he told police he never heard a gunshot and that no one was around him. Langley was taken to Jennie Stuart Medical Center for treatment and the investigation continues.
Crews from at least four volunteer fire departments responded to a fire at a north Christian County business this morning.
The initial call went out around 6:30 to a fire at Tina’s Bar and Grill at 18360 Madisonville Road. Responders from Crofton and Mannington found flames and smoke coming from the one-story structure upon arrival and called for mutual aid from the White Plains and South Hopkins Fire Departments.
Very significant damage has been done to the structure, according to initial reports. The State Fire Marshall’s office was called in to investigate.
Two computers were stolen from a car on E 12th St. sometime yesterday morning.
The theft happened sometime between 2:30 and 10:30 near 836 E. 12th, according to the police report. 28-year old Carla Torian of Hopkinsville told officers someone removed two laptops valued at a total of $1,500. The perpetrators also egged her vehicle before fleeing the scene.
A single-vehicle wreck in Calloway County yesterday morning injured a New Concord man.
The incident happened around 11am, according to the report from State Police, which says 18-year old Hunter Arnold of New Concord was eastbound on Cobb Road when his right tires dropped off the side of the road in a curve.
Arnold over-corrected in an attempt to get his pick up back on the road and ran off the road and overturned, before coming to rest against a tree.
Arnold was taken by private vehicle to Murray Calloway County Hospital and the investigation into the wreck continues.
Kentucky State Police are asking for the public’s help in solving a robbery in Livingston County from Friday night.
A news release says KSP received the report of a while male armed with a handgun robbing the Ledbetter Minit Mart of an undisclosed amount of cash around 9:40pm.
The man was approximately six feet tall, wearing a gray sweatshirt, multi-colored baseball cap and a blue bandana partially covering his face.
The suspect should be considered armed and dangerous and state police are being assisted by the Livingston and McCracken County Sheriff’s Offices in the investigation.
Anyone with information on the case is asked to call KSP at 1-800-222-5555.