The woman accused of leading her husband to Fidelio Road to be murdered in February had her bond reduced, though it’s still a substantial amount.
Judge Andrew Self reduced the bond for 25-year old Jessie Goslyn of Fort Campbell from one million to 100-thousand dollars cash. Judge Self said she would have to have another hearing if she somehow came up with the money.
Ms. Goslyn’s mother testified on her behalf at this mornings hearing.
Her co-suspect, 24-year old Jarred Long, is also in jail on murder charges on 100-thousand dollars bond. The pair is accused of luring 28-year old Vincent Goslyn, Jr. to Fidelio Road, where he would be shot to death.
Both suspects have a jury trial scheduled for April 15th.
A wreck on Cox Mill Road last night injured one person.
The incident happened around 8pm when 43-year old Yvette Woodfolk of Oak Grove was attempting to back out of a drive way and drove into the path of an oncoming vehicle operated by 63-year old Ramesh Gupta of Hopkinsville.
Ms. Woodfolk said she never saw Gupta coming and Gupta said he didn’t see Woodfolk in time to avoid a collision because she didn’t have her lights on.
Ms. Woodfolk was taken by ambulance to Jennie Stuart Medical Center for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.
The Cadiz Police Department has been awarded a grant from the Kentucky Office of Homeland Security.
A news release says the department received 18-thousand dollars to allow the department to equip each cruiser with a mobile data computer. Chief Hollis Alexander says almost all paperwork that is required to be completed by officers is done on a computer and that the mobile data terminals will allow the officer to take them wherever they go and complete their paperwork in a more timely manner.
The device will allow an officer to obtain vehicle and driver information in the field, to include stolen vehicles, wanted individuals or drivers who have no license or a suspended license.
Eight of the units will be purchased in the coming weeks and assigned to officers.
A Tennessee man was injured in a motorcycle wreck in Trigg County over the weekend.
Trigg County Sheriff says 52-year old Michael Grupka of Indian Mound, Tennessee was injured in the single-vehicle incident on New Hope Road Saturday afternoon.
Grupka was taken to a local hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.
Clarksville Police are investigating after a woman was robbed at a car wash Monday.
A news release says the incident happened around 4:40 at National Car Wash on Madison Street, when a 57-year old woman had just finished washing her car.
The victim said a man wearing a red bandana over his face approached her and demanded money. He reportedly made an indication as though he had a handgun, but never displayed it to the woman.
The woman attempted to flee on foot, but the suspect chased her and continued to demand money. Once she complied, he fled on foot toward a wooded area near the carwash.
Police used a K9 unit to comb the area, but were unable to find the suspect. Further investigation determined a gold Nissan Maxima had been in the bay next to the victim before the incident, but was never washed. Police believe the suspect waited until the car wash was mostly vacant before attempting the robbery.
The suspect is described as a black male, medium height and build, with shoulder length dreadlocks and was wearing a blue hoodie and jeans. Anyone with information on the incident should call Clarksville Police at 931-645-8477.