While it’s certainly not known if it’s related to the recent Todd County incidents, a large trailer was stolen in Hopkinsville recently.
The black 18 foot car trailer with cattle boards up the sides was stolen from 809 North Main Street sometime between noon last Wednesday and 8am yesterday. No suspects are listed on the report and the trailer is valued at $1,800.
Officials in Todd County are investigating the theft of three trailers within the last nine days and the same type of trailer was also recently stolen in Logan County.
A Kentucky State Trooper was recently recognized for taking a bite out of crime and keeping state roadways safe from impaired drivers.
The Kentucky Office of Highway Safety recently held its annual Governor’s Impaired Driving Enforcement awards ceremony in Lexington and honored Trooper Cory Hamby from Trigg County for making 69 impaired driving arrests from October 1st, 2010 through September 30th, 2011.
Trooper Hamby has been employed by the Agency since 2010 and is a native of Marion in Crittenden County.
Over $400 worth of tools were reported stolen by a Hopkinsville man this week.
75-year old Wesley Hunt of 421 Hillaire Drive told police yesterday that someone entered his garage and stole $450 worth of power tools including a Task Force 7 tool chest, a roller cart and a tool combo kit.
A suspect description was not provided in the report and police have not released any further information concerning the alleged burglary.
The Hopkinsville Police Department is investigating an alleged case of robbery.
27-year old Pamela White of 1801 Oak Street reported to police yesterday that on Monday three unknown black males forced their way into her residence and two of the suspects waived pistols at her and her husband and then stole money from her and then fled the scene.
According to the report, an undisclosed amount of money was taken and police say the case remains open and officers are pursuing all leads concerning the alleged robbery.
The official report on yesterday’s house fire on Maplewood Street has been released by the Hopkinsville Fire Department.
The document shows seven trucks and 10 fire-fighters responded to 1822 Maplewood just before 1pm.
The cause of the blaze is listed as “undetermined,” though Deputy Chief Eric Bleidt said a space heater may have been responsible. No one was home at the time of the fire, with crews rescuing a dog that was locked inside.
Approximately $10,000 worth of damage was done to the home and $1,000 to contents, according to the report. The blaze was confined to the master bedroom, but the entire home sustained smoke and heat damage.