There’s no word on whether or not the Grinch was involved, but someone stole a very large Christmas decoration out of a Hopkinsville man’s yard Wednesday.
Hopkinsville Police were called to East Parkview Drive just before 6:30 pm, where Reinaldo Villafane told officers someone had taken a 9 foot inflatable snowman from his front yard.
He told police he doesn’t know who would be so cold as to steal such an item, and there are no suspects listed on the report.
Bradley Nichols Shane Reynolds
A man hunt is underway for two inmates who escaped from the Fulton County Detention Center earlier today.
According to Kentucky State Police, 39-year old Bradley Allen Nichols and 19-year old Michael Shane Reynolds escaped while en route to a work detail in Hickman, Kentucky just before 6:15 a.m.
State Police say a red 2005 Chevy Equinox with a Kentucky license plate tag of 952-GWY was reported stolen shortly after the escape at the Little General convenience store in Hickman.
Nichols is described as a 5-foot 10, white male, with a shaved head and hazel eyes and weighs about 170 pounds and was last seen wearing a brown corduroy hat and coat, light colored jeans, and black boots and was incarcerated for drug charges and bail jumping.
The 39-year old inmate is originally from Aberdeen, Ohio.
Meanwhile, Reynolds is described as a 5-foot-10, white male, with blonde hair and blue eyes and weighs about 165 pounds.
Reynolds was last seen wearing black Nike shoes, a black hooded sweatshirt over a grey t-shirt, a black sock cap, designer blue jeans and was incarcerated for theft.
The 19-year old is originally from Lewisburg, Kentucky.
Anyone with information about their whereabouts are encouraged to call Kentucky State Police at 270-856-3721.
25-year old Kyonte Lamar Lock is charged with trafficking in marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance.
According to Hopkinsville Police, officers received a tip today about illegal narcotic activity at a 510 West 7th Street apartment.
While on the scene, officers noticed the front door of the residence open and a strong odor of marijuana coming from the home and when officers obtained a search warrant for Lock, officers found a large amount of marijuana and plastic bags that were cut and twisted consistent to trafficking drugs.
During a search of the residence, officers also found scales and several marijuana cigars through out the home.
Lock reportedly admitted to police all the illegal drugs at the apartment was his after officers searched the residence and field tested the suspected drug.
The Christian County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an alleged case of stalking.
40-year old Daphne Rennison of 590 Gary Lane told deputies Tuesday that a 21-year old male acquaintance has placed nails at the end of her driveway on several occasions as well as making threatening phone calls to her between Saturday and Monday.
According to Rennison, since June the male acquaintance has been calling her, driving by her house and sitting in her driveway.
In a recent incident, Rennison says he has sent her a text message saying that a gun was stolen and that if someone was shot with it, it wouldn’t come back on him.
The case remains open according to sheriff’s deputies and no arrests have been made.
A Fort Campbell soldier is accused of stealing several band instruments and electronic equipment from the Army.
Sergeant Riley Ealy, is charged with receiving stolen property and a report from Kentucky State Police indicates the stolen items included seven guitars, a trombone and saxophone.
According to the Kentucky Enquirer, military investigators told state police the stolen items belonged to the 101st Airborne Division Band at Fort Campbell where the 28-year old soldier was stationed since he was acquitted in March of manslaughter in the death of 25-year old James Fry.
The soldier’s attorney, Paul Dickmann reportedly maintains his client’s innocence.
The Kentucky Enquirer reports the stolen items were found at Ealy’s father’s residence.