In an effort to better inform the community about crime trends, Hopkinsville Police will hold educational sessions once a month beginning this month.
Lieutenant Michael Seis says the sessions will be the third Thursday of every month in Hopkinsville City Council Chambers at 4:30.
Lieutenant Seis says crime and other activity will be described generally and that specific action could be discussed if there is a specific issue.
The public is invited to attend the sessions and the first such session will be this Thursday, January 19th at 4:30.
Police in Caldwell County are investigating a shooting last night that sent a woman to the hospital.
WPSD TV is reporting the incident happened near Gray’s Carports & Buildings on Hopkinsville St. in Princeton and that a 53-year old woman was sent to the hospital with multiple gunshot wounds.
Police say the unknown suspect fired shots through the bedroom window of a home and that the suspect remains at large.
Officers remained on the scene several hours searching around the home and in a field behind the home for evidence. The woman reportedly lived with her daughter, who police believe was in the home at the time of the shooting.
Anyone who may have any information on the incident is asked to call Princeton Police at 270-365-2041.
A judge in Graves County has sent ten Amish men to jail for refusing to follow a state law that says their horse-drawn buggies must be equipped with bright orange reflective signs.
The sentences handed down Thursday range from three to 13 days, plus fines. The men say they won't pay. They say the issue of reflective signs is also an issue of faith.
The Kentucky Supreme Court is expected to take up the issue later on this year.
If famed civil rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King jr. was alive today, he would be proud to know his trials and tribulations to bring about equality for all Americans were not done in vain.
Hundreds of people filled the pews at Durrett Avenue Baptist church this morning in Hopkinsville to honor King, a man who changed a nation through peaceful protests.
Today’s message was delivered by reverend Darvin Adams of Hopkinsville, who spoke highly of the late civil rights leader.
According to Adams, Martin Luther King jr. was a modern day Moses, whose life’s mission was to unite the nation.
Martin Luther King jr. was fatally shot in Memphis in 1968, just when the civil rights movement was at its peak and officials at today’s ceremony say its important to remember the past and to keep his dream alive.
Two arrests have been made in connection with Sunday morning’s stabbing incident on Foxfield Road.
The report from Hopkinsville Police says the incident happened around 2:25 in the front yard of 586 Foxfield.
Officers say 21-year old Brittney Keim and 21-year old Chelsey Walker—both of Hopkinsville—got into a fight for an unlisted reason and used some type of sharp weapon on each other.
Keim allegedly stabbed the back of Walker’s left hand, leaving her at least temporarily unable to move her left pinky finger. Walker allegedly cut Keim under her right armpit.
Walker was taken to Jennie Stuart and treated for her wound, while Keim was taken directly to the Christian County Jail and charged with 1st Degree Assault. Walker was later arrested and charged with 2nd Degree Assault