Clarksville Police have released the names of all three men who are wanted for the robbery of A.C. Automotive in East 9th St. in Hopkinsville Monday night and for allegedly shooting at an Oak Grove Police Officer.
One of the alleged robbers was arrested shortly after the incident and subsequent chase Monday evening, but three were able to run away from their vehicle after stopping near the state line on I-24. The suspects and an Oak Grove Police officer exchanged gunfire, but no one was injured.
The men ran into Clarksville neighborhoods and have been sought since then, though their names were just released tonight. Police identify the suspects as 26-year old Christopher Jerome Walker, 23-year old Justin Ladarious Horstead and 24-year old Henry Jerome Brown.
All three are sought on warrants for 1st degree robbery and warrants for other crimes in Clarksville. Police in Clarksville nearly arrested Brown at a motel Wednesday, but he escaped before officers could get to him.
Police say the three men should be considered armed and dangerous and anyone crossing their path should call 911 immediately. If you can help police find the suspects, you are advised to call police.
Two Hopkins County residents have been charged with complicity to commit murder after human remains were found near Dawson Springs.
The Hopkins County Sheriff’s Department, State Police and Madisonville Police Department are investigating and the Sheriff’s Office identifies the victim as Sherry Hays.
27-year old Stephanie Osborne and 30-year old Joshua Osborne of Nebo have been arrested and charged with complicity to murder, though officials say their charges could be amended as the investigation evolves.
The remains are being sent to Louisville for an autopsy.
A pedestrian was killed in a wreck on I-65 late last night in Robertson County.
The incident happened just after 9pm, according to the report from the Tennessee Highway Patrol, which says 31-year old Mary Hartley of White House, Tennessee was northbound on the off-ramp at exit 108 when 56-year old James Jernigan, Jr of Orlinda, Tennessee walked into his path.
Hartley was unable to avoid a collision and Jernigan was pronounced dead on the scene, according to police. Hartley and her two passengers went uninjured in the incident.
Police block Glass avenue during threat/Adam May
A juvenile was arrested this morning after a staff member at Christian County High School received a bomb threat via email, causing students to be evacuated to the old middle school.
There was no evidence that there actually was a bomb on campus, but the school system and police treated the incident as if there was out of an abundance of caution once the email was received just after 8am.
Students were taken to the old middle school for their safety. Police and staff searched each classroom for anything unusual to be sure the building was safe.
The determination that all was safe came just before 10:50am and was relayed to media by Hopkinsville Police Public Information Officer Paul Ray.
Word came shortly after 11 am that a 14-year old female from Oak Grove was arrested and is now lodged in a juvenile detention center in Paducah.
According to police, she dropped a note at the school with a bomb threat on it and after she was read her rights, she admitted to emailing the bomb threat. The 14-year old is now charged with two count of 2nd degree terroristic threatening.
The threat was sent to a staff member last night and was opened at the beginning of the school day, according to school system spokesperson Heather Aubin, who says it was the kind of situation every school system hopes will never happen, but that the response between the district and police went smoothly.
Students were back in their classrooms resuming normal activities late in the morning.