The Cadiz Police Department is asking for the public's help in locating two people charged with a July trailer theft at West Kentucky Door, located at 176 Merchant Street.
Police have issued arrest warrants for 29-year old Brandon Keyes and 20-year old Bridgett Davis.
Their last known address was 45 Rosedale Court, Dawson Springs and when the pair is located, they will also be charged with Felony Theft Over $500.
Last week, The Trigg County Sheriff's Office received a tip through a phone call that Keyes and Davis were involved in several thefts in the area, including the July 5th theft of a utlity trailer from West Kentucky Door.
The Sheriff's Office forwarded the information to Major Duncan Wiggins, who traveled to Dawson Springs on December 11th and continued the investigation along with Dawson Springs Police Chief Billy Crider.
Police say the stolen utility truck and contents are valued at $3,500.
Residents who may have information about the whereabouts of Keyes and Davis are urged to the Cadiz Police Department at 270-522-8369 or the Cadiz-Trigg County Crime Stoppers Program at 270-522-4636.
The winners of this year’s WHOP Christmas Shopping Spree have been announced.
The grand prize winner is Gail McKinney, who will win 100 dollars gift certificates from nine participating businesses.
Nine people won 100 dollar gift certificates from individual businesses. Lee Crawford was the winner at Humes Jewelers, Waynette Gates at Statons Art and Framing, Andy Brumfield at Audio Specialists, Virginia Melton at Eden Day Spa, Judy Gilliland at IGA, Theresa Salva Terra at Bradford Square Mall, Melissa Sellers at Sleep Outfitters, Shellie Knott at Todd Jewelry and Melissa Adams at Bill Beliles Furniture.
The Christmas Shopping Spree has become a tradition in Hopkinsville and is one of WHOP’s more popular yearly promotions. Congratulations to all of the winners.
Soldiers from Fort Campbell are spending time with kindergartners and first-graders at Rossview Elementary in Clarksville.
Captain Matt Bauer with the 7th Squadron 17th Cavalry Regiment said he was nervous at first when the kids came into the room and sat on the floor but soon felt comfortable when he began reading to them.
Counselor Toni Smith said this is the second year soldiers have read to children at Christmas time.
A Clarksville man was booked into the Montgomery County Jail on child pornography charges.
Clarksville Police say 66-year old Dexter Lavon Mason of Bluff Drive was charged with one count of sexual exploitation of a minor after police allegedly found him in possession of child pornography during the investigation of a DCS referral.
Police say in August, police received a DCS referral in reference to an allegation of Aggravated Sexual Battery on Minor Children involving Mason.
During Detective Tyler Barrett’s investigation, he conducted a search warrant on Mason’s residence and seized three computers from the residence.
Police say after the computers were turned over to the United States Secret Service to be forensically examined for child pornography, the examiner found numerous images on Mason’s laptop computer of prepubescent children engaged in sexual activity or simulated sexual activity.
The children whose images were found on the laptop have not been identified.
Police say the investigation remains ongoing and that additional charges are pending.
One of this week’s Crime Stoppers Fugitives of the Week was arrested yesterday, thanks to an anonymous tipster.
Hopkinsville-Christian County Crime Stoppers Coordinator Paul Ray says 47-year old William Cash Crossett was arrested by the Christian County Sheriff’s Office at 704 Sullivan Lane, Hopkinsville around 9am Wednesday morning.
Crossett had been wanted on probation violation charges and remains lodged in the Christian County Jail. The tipster who helped police find Crossett will receive a cash reward.