Law enforcement officials in Christian County continue to investigate the fatal shooting of a Fort Campbell soldier that took place last month.
Officials are reportedly still waiting for lab results for multiple pieces of items that were collected at the murder scene and other locations.
During a recent preliminary hearing, a Christian County Sheriff’s Deputy involved in the case testified in court that blood splatter was found inside the vehicle driven by 25-year old Jessie Goslyn, the wife of 28-year old Vincent Goslyn who was reportedly gunned down on Fidelio Road on the night of February 3rd by Jessie Goslyn’s alleged accomplice, 24-year old Jarred Tabor Long of Colorado.
In chilling detail, the sheriff’s deputy also testified that Jessie Goslyn and Jarred Long were in a romantic relationship and met at a Clarksville hotel to create a plot to harm Goslyn’s husband, who was already seeking treatment for injuries he sustained while he was deployed in combat.
Meanwhile, during the same preliminary hearing, another deputy stated on the night of murder Jessie Goslyn remained emotionless.
Jessie Goslyn and Jarred Long are both charged with murder and remain lodged in the Christian County Jail.
The Christian County Public School system is encouraging residents to take an online survey to choose their top five criteria that they believe is most important when selecting a new superintendent.
All participants in the survey will remain anonymous and the survey will be open through May 10th, according to a news release. The results of the survey will be compiled and reviewed by the School Board and the Superintendent Screening Committee.
The survey can be found here.
The Housing Authority of Hopkinsville has announced it will soon be accepting applications again for its Section 8 housing program waiting list.
A news release says applications can be submitted online at housingah.org between April 2nd and May 14th. A computer will be available for use in the lobby of the Housing Authority’s main office on North Elm Street from 8:30am until 4:30pm Monday through Friday and residents can apply in person off of the computer Wednesdays only from 9 until 11am and 2 to 4pm.
Once again, the application process for Section 8 housing will re-open April 2nd through May 14th.
A Clarksville man was cited into court for drugs and solicitation of a prostitute charges last night.
The report from Clarksville Police says 47-year old Clint Coslett of Montana Avenue was pulled over for not using a turn signal on Beech St. around 9:18pm and that the officer immediately smelled the odor of marijuana in the vehicle.
Police also saw a passenger in the vehicle who is reportedly a known prostitute in Clarksville. Officer Dennis Honholt asked Coslett what his relationship with the woman was and he reportedly changed his story several times.
The female reportedly told police he had offered her 40 dollars for sex and had already paid 20 up front. Officers say they found a pill bottle containing marijuana in the vehicle and that Coslett’s driver’s license had been suspended.
He was cited into court on patronizing prostitution and drug possession charges.