The Christian County Sheriff’s Office is investigating to reports of sexual abuse from the last few days.
The most recent report came in Sunday afternoon, when a woman told deputies a male babysitter molested her 4 and 8 year old children on multiple occasions at his home and at a hotel.
The eight year old told police the most recent occasion was late last week.
Meanwhile, a Crofton woman told police an acquaintance molested her child last week in north Christian County.
The family also reportedly knew the person who allegedly committed that crime. The investigation into both incidents continues.
A stuck accelerator led to a wreck at the Woodland Heights Apartment Complex late last night.
The incident happened around just before midnight, according to the report from the Sheriff’s Office, which says 41-year old Paul Rogers of the apartments pulled into the driveway when the gas pedal stuck.
His vehicle crashed into a gate and fence, injuring him and passenger 22-year old Amber Becker of Hopkinsville. Both were taken to Jennie Stuart Medical Center for treatment of their injuries.
Someone stole a four-wheeler from a John Rivers Road residence yesterday.
The report from the Sheriff’s Office says Pete Glass of 5328 John Rivers told Deputy Eddie Frye that his Yamaha Kodiak four-wheeler was there when he left at 6am and gone when he returned at 4pm.
It had reportedly been sitting in his yard at the time. The ATV is valued at $2,500 and no suspects are listed on the report.
Seven people were arrested for allegedly driving impaired over the New Year’s weekend by Clarksville Police.
Extra patrols were put on Clarksville streets, partially funded by the Governor’s Highway Safety Office, which resulted in seven DUI arrests, 29 speeding tickets, 23 equipment violations and 17 citations for drivers unable to provide proof of insurance.
In all, 94 vehicles were stopped and 100 charges were levied as a result of the stops.
More details are now known about the robbery of a Hopkinsville convenience store from early this morning.
The official report from Hopkinsville Police says a black male wearing a mask walked into the Fort Campbell Boulevard Max-Fuel Express just south of Clinic Drive around 2:17 and wielded a knife.
The 25-year old female cashier working had been sweeping the floor when the man wearing camouflage Army fatigues showed her the large machete knife and demanded all of the store’s money.
The suspect destroyed and removed the store’s surveillance system before fleeing the scene, with part of the equipment later found in a parking lot. The suspect reportedly fled on foot northward toward Wal-Mart.
He got away with an undisclosed amount of cash and the destroyed security system is valued at $1,100.