A Murray man was arrested Saturday morning for allegedly stabbing a juvenile in Trigg County.
A news release from Cadiz Police says officers responded to an assault call at the Barkley Manor Apartments around 5:30am and talked to Latosha Woods. Ms. Woods said 28-year old Deronte Moss of Murray had knocked on her door earlier in the morning and that he forced his way inside after she opened.
Moss then allegedly began arguing with a 17-year old male at the home and used some type of knife to stab him in the arm. The juvenile was taken to Trigg County Hospital for treatment of his wound.
Moss was found at a Pine Street residence in Murray around 10:30 and was charged with assault and burglary. He was arrested after receiving treatment at Murray-Calloway County hospital with wounds consistent with being cut by a knife.
He was also served with a warrant by the Trigg County Sheriff’s Office for burglary charges for a an alleged incident earlier this month when he forced his way into Ms. Woods’ home and assaulted her.
Moss was lodged in the Christian County Jail.
A Lyon County man was killed in a motorcycle wreck in Trigg County this morning.
A news release from Kentucky State Police says 53-year old William Cotton of Eddyville was northbound on Wallonia Road around 10:50 when his motorcycle ran off the right side of the road and hit a tree.
Cotton was pronounced dead on the scene by the Trigg County Coroner.
Kentucky State Police investigated a single-vehicle injury collision that occurred on the Western Kentucky Parkway this afternoon.
Preliminary investigation revealed that 42-year old Thomas Swink of Woodlawn, Tennessee was driving a van eastbound on the parkway with twelve passengers on board.
State Police say as the van was traveling eastbound, a deer entered the roadway and the driver of the van was unable to avoid hitting the deer.
A passenger, 35-year old Kathy McGee of Clarksville was transported by ambulance to Muhlenberg Community Hospital for treatment.
No other injuries were reported and all occupants were wearing seatbelts at the time of the wreck.
Former 101st Airborne Division Commanding General, David Petraeus has resigned today as Director of the CIA after admitting to an extramarital affair.
According to his letter of resignation, he went to President Barack Obama on Thursday to allow him to resign, which the President accepted.
Petraeus wrote that after being married for over 37-years, he showed poor judgement by engaging in an extramarital affair and that such behavior is unacceptable both as a husband and as a leader of the an organization such as the CIA.
Petraeus also wrote that it has been the greatest of privilege to have served with officers of our Nation’s Silent Service, a work force that is truly exceptional in every regard.
The resignation letter ended with the Four Star Army General thanking the CIA for extraordinary service to our country and wished the agency continued success.