A Bowling Green man was killed in a wreck Friday night and alcohol was thought to have been a factor.
Kentucky State Police say 25-year old Cory Kelly of Bowling Green was traveling on Plum Springs Road in Warren County around 8:15 when he crossed the center line and struck a vehicle driven by 27-year old Jenny Duvall of Brownsville head-on.
Kelly was pronounced dead on the scene, while Ms. Duvall and her passenger—51-year old Glenia Cline of Bowling Green—were taken by ambulance to the Medical Center in Bowling Green for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.
Kelly was not wearing his seatbelt and police say they believe he was under the influence of alcohol.
A Cadiz man avoided injury, but was charged with driving intoxicated after a wreck in Trigg County Saturday morning.
Sheriff Ray Burnam says Sgt. David King arrested 22-year old Cody Blick of Cadiz on charges of leaving the scene of an accident and DUI after Blick wrecked on Herndon Circle around 2:45 a.m.
A news release says it was his second DUI charge in the last five years.
A Cadiz man is accused of burglarizing a farm building and was taken into custody.
The Trigg County Sheriff’s Office charged 51-year old Vincent Maxey with one count of 3rd degree burglary.
Maxey was arrested after he allegedly unlawfully entered a farm building in Eastern Trigg County and when he was confronted he left the scene, but turned himself into authorities approximately an hour after the incident.
Maxey was booked into jail without incident.
The Christian County Sheriff’s Office is reminding area residents to be aware of their surroundings as they shop this holiday season.
Captain Chris Miller says he always recommends citizens to not carry a lot of cash or use a large purse or wallet when they shop.
The holiday shopping frenzy is now upon us with thousands of shoppers marking off their Christmas lists and taking advantage of early bird specials on Black Friday.
Kristen Waldrop of Hopkinsville, was among the thousands of shoppers this morning looking for deals and she talks about the many items she was able to purchase at Bradford Square Mall in Hopkinsville.
Ms. Waldrop says she plans on doing all of her shopping in Hopkinsville since she says she found more deals and did not have to fight crowds while browsing for presents.
Many stores, including in Hopkinsville have extended their Black Friday deals throughout this weekend.