A Hopkinsville woman was arrested yesterday afternoon for allegedly stabbing her husband in the arm.
Charged with second degree assault is 46-year old Tammy Moman of Hopkinsville. Few details are listed on the report, but 50-year old Jerry Moman told Officer Travis Shown that his wife stabbed him in the right forearm with a knife at a South Kentucky Avenue residence.
Jerry Moman’s injuries are listed on the report as minor and Tammy Moman is in the Christian County Jail on $10,000 bond.
The Local Planning Committee for Christian County Public Schools held a public meeting tonight to develop the school district’s new facilities plan.
School District Chief Operations Officer, Kathy Hancock explained the role of the committee to clear up any confusion.
Sharp will make a recommendation of what he feels the school district’s facilities plan should look like during the next Local Planning Committee scheduled for Monday, January 28th.
After committee members receive Sharp’s recommendation, Ms. Hancock explained the next plan of action to formulate the school district’s facilities plan.
Kentucky State Police investigated a vehicle fire that occurred on the Pennyrile Parkway around the 53 mile-marker this morning.
State Police say officers responded the scene around 6:00 a.m. and a preliminary investigation revealed that 52-year old Christopher W. Reynolds of Corydon, Kentucky was driving southbound in a 2007 International tractor that was hauling a tanker-trailer loaded with hydrochloric acid when for some unknown reason, the trailer caught fire.
Reynolds was able to disconnect the cab from the trailer and went uninjured in the incident.
Police say the roadway was closed for several hours while fire departments and hazmat crews cleared the scene and no injuries were reported.
Kentucky State Police are investigating the death of a Crittenden County Detention Center inmate.
State Police say around 8:23 a.m.Monday police were contacted by officials from the Crittenden County Detention Center in reference to a female inmate that had been found unresponsive.
The female inmate was identified as 52-year old Angela Kyle of Marion, who was pronounced dead at the scene by Crittenden County Coroner, Brad Gilbert.
Police say foul play is not suspected and an autopsy will be performed at the State Medical Examiner’s Office in Madisonville.
KSP Detective Lloyd Ray is handling the death investigation.
( Colonel David Dellinger)
A top ranking Fort Campbell official was the guest speaker for today’s Pennyrile Area Development District Board of Directors meeting.
Fort Campbell Garrison Commander, Colonel David Dellinger spoke to board members about sequestration, which continues to be one of the hottest political issues in Washington.
Sequestration is a fiscal policy procedure that was adopted by Congress to deal with the federal budget deficit.