A Hopkinsville man was killed in a single-vehicle wreck on the Pennyrile Parkway early this morning.
Christian County Sheriff’s Office Spokesman Captain Chris Miller says 45-year old Tyler Woodrow of Hopkinsville was southbound on the Parkway near the 2 mile-marker and was attempting to pass another vehicle when he ran off the roadway.
Woodrow lost control of his vehicle, causing it to flip and come to final rest upside down on the highway. Police say he was ejected from the car, and was found lying next to the wreckage when crews first arrived.
EMS crews treated him on the scene and he would later die at Jennie Stuart Medical Center. Police are working to determine if there were any other factors involved in the wreck. It was not determined if he was wearing a seat belt at the time of the wreck.
The Hopkinsville Police Department is investigating an alleged criminal mischief case.
60-year old Charles Dillard reported to police yesterday that someone cut all four tires on his vehicle.
According to Dillard, his vehicle was parked outside a business located at 1029 7th Street when an unknown person cut his tires and he told police he had know idea who may have done it or why.
Police say Dillard was able to replace the damaged tires for $800.
A suspect description was not provided in the report, but police say they are following up on all leads regarding this case.
Over a thousand dollars worth of household items were reportedly stolen from a Hopkinsville residence.
23-year old Dlisha Payne told Hopkinsville Police yesterday that an unknown suspect forced entry into a 13-06 West Cherry Street residence Wednesday and stole a Maytag refrigerator and oven worth $1,050.
A suspect description was not provided in the report.
A Hopkinsville man is accused of borrowing a vehicle and never returning it to its rightful owner.
26-year old Tierra Chester told Hopkinsville Police officers yesterday that she let a male friend borrow her vehicle on Friday, January 13th and has not seen her car since.
The stolen vehicle is described as a 1988 four-door sedan Oldsmobile and is reportedy worth $1,000.
According to police no arrests have been made in this case, but officers are following up on all leads.
The Hopkinsville Police Department continues to investigate a theft claim that was reported Monday.
Mike Coomer told police that sometime between Friday, January 13th and Monday, an unknown person unlawfully entered a warehouse located at 18-61 East 9th Street and stole a Samsung computer monitor and an air compressor.
The stolen property is reportedly worth $300 and a suspect description was not provided in the report.