The Clarksville Police Department is investigating after an individual was found dead at the Exit 8 Park and Ride on Rossview Road.
Police are asking residents for information concerning a Gold 2004 Chevy Impala that has been parked at that location on the backside of the lot.
Residents with information are asked to contact Detective Mike Ulrey with the Special Operations Unit at 931-648-0656.
Governor Steve Beshear will be in Elkton Monday to make an economic development announcement that Todd County has been waiting for.
Multiple sources say Governor Beshear will announce the the future opening of Glass Door Solutions at the old Ardco building near Dairy Queen on old 68 in a 1:30 pm ceremony.
The plant will start out with between 15 and 20 employees, but will expand to approximately 80 by the end of the first year.
There has been much talk that the plant would soon open, but Monday's ceremony will make that official. While Todd County's unemployment rate hasn't been as high as many other Pennyrile counties, it has suffered from the closure of multiple plants over the last several years.
The new plant will allow residents to make a good wage while not having to commute outside of the county.
The Clarksville Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating a suspect wanted in connection with an attempted kidnapping of a young boy this morning.
Police say the investigation remains ongoing after they were notified about an alleged attempted kidnapping of an 11-year old boy that happened this morning in the Paradise Hill Road and Hietts Lane area.
Police say an unknown white male jumped out from the bushes and attempted to pull the young boy into a minivan with the boy able to escape after striking the man in the head with a stick.
The suspect is described as a while male in his late 20’s or early 30’s with freckles and red hair that is cut in a flat top style haircut and was wearing a black sleeveless shirt, blue jeans, tennis shoes.
Police say the suspect may also have a dragon tattoo on his arm and was driving a green minivan with a pointed front and a hatchback style rear with a lift gate style back door.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Crime Stoppers tips line at 931-645-8477.
Attorney General Jack Conway is calling on a national retail store popular with teens, to stop selling merchandise designed to look like prescription bill bottles.
Conway is urging Urban Outfitters to stop selling pint glasses, shot glasses and flasks made to look like prescription pill bottles.
Conway says these products make light of an epidemic that kills more than 1,000 Kentuckians each year and is responsible for more deaths than heroin and cocaine combined.
Conway also says combined with alcohol, the misuse and abuse of prescription medications can be deadly, making the Urban Outfitter pint and shot glasses and flasks even more disturbing.
Attorney General Conway and Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, along with other Attorneys General, will be sending a letter to Urban Outfitters to urge the retailer to stop selling these products.
Prescription drugs are now the leading cause of accidental death in the United States.
A new national survey indicated that one in four teens misused or abused a prescription drug at least once in their lifetime and of those kids who admitted to the abuse, one in five, or 20 percent, did so before they were 14 years old.
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