A Cadiz man was arrested Tuesday after he allegedly hit his wife in the face while she held his baby.
The police report says 23-year old William Brown of 70 Wharton Road is charged with fourth degree assault, resisting arrest and criminal mischief. Brown and his wife were reportedly in an argument when he hit her in the mouth. Police say she was holding their infant.
Brown refused to come out of the home and attempted to get away from officers as he was being taken to the police SUV. Once inside, he allegedly kicked the window and damaged a window seal.
Brown was arrested on domestic assault charges for a seperate incident on June 13th. He was released on bail on the same day of his arrest both times.
A Herndon church has become the victim of thieves for the second time this summer.
The air conditioner was stolen from New Asia Baptist Church on Darnell Road in the last couple of weeks and someone removed the plywood from where it had been last week to get inside.
The perpetrator took the church’s refrigerator and got away. Jerris Coleman of the church said it looked like the thief may have also stolen some cleaning supplies.
The crew from the West 7th Street Sonic Drive-In continues to advance in a national competition.
After competing against more than 25-hundred drive-ins from across the country, the local Sonic crew is now in the final 48 teams in a competition of procedural knowledge.
Each remaining crew will compete in a Traveling Knowledge Bowl, which is described as a game show-like quiz competition based on the daily operations at a drive-in. Six crewmembers will answer a series of questions relating to the operational procedures specific to their position at Sonic.
If the West 7th crew is able to advance again, they would receive an all-expense paid trip to San Antonio, Texas to compete in the finals against 11 other crews from across the United States.
Hopkinsville Police were called to the Fort Campbell Boulevard Swifty gas station last night, where a female employee said she was robbed at gunpoint.
22-year old Katina King of Hopkinsville told officer Spencer Loftus she was cleaning the men’s restroom around 10:40 last night when a man came in and pulled a handgun.
The perpetrator took all of the money she had in her possession and Ms. King said he punched her in the stomach. The victim said she pepper-sprayed him just before he fled the scene and got away.
Hopkinsville Police remained on the scene until well after 2am and the investigation continues.
Vandals did damage to landscaping and stole signs from University Heights Academy sometime in the last few weeks.
Principal Pam Nunn told Hopkinsville Police that the vandals used their vehicle to make several large cuts in two grassy fields. The perpetrators also took four metal signs in the parking lot.
No suspects are listed on the report.