No one was injured when someone recently fired a gun into a Kentucky Avenue home.
It’s unknown exactly when it happened, but 55-year old Toni Mason told Hopkinsville Police that she found a bullet in her home at 163 Kentucky and that there was a bullet hole in the wall.
Ms. Mason could only say it had to have happened between Thursday morning and Sunday afternoon. No suspects are listed on the report.
Hopkinsville Police are investigating a burglary on Hilltop Drive from the weekend.
The crime happened between Friday afternoon at 3 and yesterday at 6pm, according to 55-year old Kenneth Casey of Bowling Green, who said someone broke into his 219 Hilltop property and stole $2,900 worth of guitars and a $200 ipod and speaker system.
No suspects are listed and the investigation continues.
Kentucky State Police are investigating after dozens of marijuana plants were found near Crofton Saturday.
A news release says KSP was investigating a complaint near Crofton around 4:15 Saturday when they found 74 marijuana plants behind a residence at at 315 Kentucky Highway 800.
No arrests were made, with the release saying anyone with information should call state police at 1-800-222-5555. Trooper Jim McArthur is the investigating officer.
Two young women are in a Nashville hospital after a single vehicle wreck Sunday morning in Clarksville.
Clarksville Police say a 19-year old female was southbound on North Second Street around 4am when she passed Riverside Drive, crossed the median and struck a pole in front of Kentucky Fried Chicken.
The driver and a 20-year old female passenger had to be cut from the wreckage and were then flown by Lifeflight helicopter to Vanderbilt University Medical Center where they are in stable condition.
The driver was wearing a seat belt and the passenger was not. Clarksville Police say it’s too early to know if alcohol was a factor in the crash.
A Fort Campbell soldier accused of killing his wife on post Friday night remains in critical condition after he reportedly shot himself following a high-speed chase that went through two states.
Fort Campbell officials have not released the name of the soldier or victim, but confirmed to WHOP Saturday afternoon that military police responded to an on-post residence regarding a homicide Friday night around 10 p.m, with the soldier allegedly murdering his wife.
Following the murder, the Fort Campbell soldier reportedly fled to Georgia early Saturday morning in his white Cadillac and a high speed chase ensued with Bartow County Sheriff’s deputies.
Bartow County Sheriff’s Sergeant Jonathan Rogers said the high-speed chase first began in Hamilton County, Tennessee.
Sergeant Rogers says following the high speed chase, the soldier shot himself and was then life-flighted to Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, where he is in critical condition.
This is a developing story and more information will be released as soon as it becomes available.