A Crofton man is accused of rape after an incident over the weekend.
The arrest warrant from the Christian County Sheriff’s Office lists charges of first degree rape and fourth degree assault against 24-year old Chris Darling of Crofton.
The warrant says a 16-year old female went to a residence in Christian County to visit friends where Darling was also present. The victim reportedly consumed alcohol and blacked out.
The victim was allegedly told by Darling the next day that they had engaged in sex and he allegedly told her he had video recorded the incident on her phone.
The girl reportedly found three videos on her phone of Darling choking and performing sex acts on her while she was incapacitated. Darling was arrested by Deputy Kacy Greene just before midnight Saturday.
Clarksville Police have identified the man killed in an unusual accident over the weekend.
Public Information Officer Jim Knoll says 66-year old Carroll Hall of Goodlettsville was pulling a flatbed trailer hauling a front end loader Saturday afternoon on Frost Morn Drive when the loader shifted forward and continued until it crushed the cab of the trailer.
Hall died at the scene from his injuries. A crane was called from Hopkinsville to lift the front end loader off the cab.
A single-vehicle wreck in Elkton Sunday afternoon injured a Hopkinsville woman.
Elkton Police Chief Bruce Marklin says 29-year old Alicia Church Boyd of Red Bud Drive, Hopkinsville was eastbound on 68-80 just after 3pm when she hydro-planed on the wet pavement.
Her vehicle struck the side of a bridge near the Elk Fork Road intersection, according to Chief Marklin, who says the woman sustained minor injuries that sent her to Jennie Stuart Medical Center.
The suspect accused of nearly running over a West 7th Street Dollar General Store employee last spring after fleeing the store with stolen merchandise was arrested in another state Sunday.
The Christian County Sheriff’s Office went to Columbus, Georgia to serve a warrant for first degree robbery and fleeing from police charges against 42-year old Antonio Hamilton of Jan Drive, Hopkinsville.
The warrant alleges that Hamilton left the Dollar General on March 6th with a cart full of unpaid for merchandise. When confronted outside, Hamilton allegedly accelerated backward and nearly struck the clerk.
Hopkinsville Police Officers Adam Smith and Jason Sears were in the parking lot in an unmarked cruiser and gave chase, but Hamilton did not stop. His car was located again at the Pennyrile Apartments, but he was able to elude police until this weekend.
Hamilton remains in the Christian County Jail.
A city man was arrested early Sunday morning at a local hotel after he allegedly ran through the halls completely nude.
The incident happened just after 4am at a hotel on Fort Campbell Boulevard, where 43-year old George Hopson of Hopkinsville allegedly pulled the fire alarm before running through the building naked.
Christian County Sheriff’s deputies soon arrived and told Hopson to put his clothes on, but he refused. He allegedly became combative while being placed under arrest and allegedly became combative again at the Christian County Jail.
Hopson was charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and indecent exposure.