Hopkinsville Police say the 8-year old girl who was shot in the abdomen Wednesday night at a Durrett Avenue residence during a drive-by shooting was released from the hospital yesterday.
Police also say they are searching for three men identified as Malcolm Rashaad Wright, Zachary Michael Lane and Mitchell Louis Wallace, who are wanted for questioning in connection with the drive-by shooting that took place around 7 p.m. Wednesday.
Police say anyone with information about the suspects are urged to contact police immediately and a $2,000 cash reward will be offered for any tip that leads to an arrest in this case.
As previously reported, police responded to 1413 Durrett Avenue just after 7 p.m. after someone in a vehicle fired shots into the residence that was occupied by the child and two adult females.
One of the adults, 59-year old Louvenia Wilford of Hopkinsville sustained minor injuries and was treated and released from Jennie Stuart Medical Center, while the other female went uninjured in the incident.
The Hopkinsville-Christian County Crime Stoppers organization is also offering a cash reward for information about the suspects who are responsible for the drive-by shooting.
Military officials say soldiers from a Fort Campbell unit will be conducting a night-time urban attack exercise next week on the local post’s ranges.
Soldiers assigned to Easy Company, 2nd Battalion, 506th Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, a unit with ties to the Band of Brothers of World War II fame will be undergoing the rigorous mock mission next Tuesday.
Post officials say soldiers have been engaged in several exercises recently, capping off months of platoon, company and battalion level training.
Officials with the Hopkinsville Business and Professional Women’s Club are inviting the community to listen to what a Rails to Trails professional has to say about the project during one of their upcoming meetings.
The meeting is scheduled to take place Thursday, October 18th at the Pioneers Memorial Complex at 6 p.m. where Kim Schippers with Rails to Trails will offer remarks at that time.
For residents wanting to attend the meeting, they are encouraged to call Karen Hunter at 270-886-3939 or Diane Croney-Turner at 270-886-6341.
Clarksville Police say a local teen who was reported as a runaway last month returned home last night on her own.
Family members of 16-year old Alicia Davis reported her as a runaway on Thursday, September 20th after she left the area in a vehicle, which was later found in the Nashville area on October 3rd.
Clarksville Police wanted to extend their thanks to residents and members of the media, who got the word out about the teens whereabouts.
Elkton Police are looking for a suspect involved in an attempted burglary from this morning.
Chief Bruce Marklin said a Weathers Lane man came to the department just after 11 this morning saying he was at home when he heard someone beating on his front door. When the resident got to the door, the suspect had it open and was coming inside.
The perpetrator fled back to his vehicle after seeing the resident and took off toward Allensville Street.
Chief Marklin said the suspect is described as a black male wearing a gray hoodie sweatshirt. He was driving a 2000’s model gold Ford Mustang that possibly had a white front end.
Anyone seeing the vehicle and suspect should call Todd County Dispatch at 265-2011.