Hopkinsville Police say a man hunt is still underway to locate the suspect dubbed the creeper, who is accused of exposing himself and burglarizing two residences over the weekend.
Public Information Officer Paul Ray says since Sunday, the department has been flooded with tips about the whereabouts of the suspect, who is described as a white male.
Officer Ray says it’s only a matter of time until police catch the suspect.
Meanwhile, police say nearly an hour later, at 202 Dover Place, Vicci Clodfelter reported seeing a man exposing himself after she heard a noise and looked out a window.
Clodfelter also reported a $350 GPS system was stolen.
Police are urging residents to continue to call in tips and to lock their homes and vehicles to keep the creeper out.
A Trigg County man is accused of physically abusing his infant daughter.
23-year old Jeffrey Polanec of Canton Road, Cadiz is charged with three counts of 2nd degree criminal abuse.
Trigg County Sheriff Ray Burnam says he received a call around 4 a.m. concerning a 5 month old baby girl with cracked ribs, who was being treated at Trigg County Hospital.
Sheriff Burnam says doctors informed him that the rib fractures were healing and could not comment any further about the infant’s injuries.
Officials with Christian County Public Schools released information today concerning back to school registration for the upcoming school year.
Any student entering Christian County Public Schools for the first time, as well as students entering the 6th grade will need to have school physical and up-to-date immunization record completed on a Kentucky form.
In an effort to make things easy for local parents, the Christian County Health Department has scheduled an opportunity for parents and caregivers to make an appointment and receive these services on Tuesday, July 31st.
For more information contact the health department at 887-4160.
In addition, to enroll a child in kindergarten, state law mandates that the student must be five years old by October 1st.
Required documents to register a child in kindergarten includes an official birth certificate, an up-to-date Kentucky immunization certificate, a second MMR, complete Hepatitis B series, a chicken pox vaccination, a physical examination completed on a Kentucky form, an eye examination by an eye doctor, a dental screening and a copy of a social security card.
The first day of school in Christian County is August 15th and for a copy of the 2012-13 school calendar and school supplies list, parents are urged to go to www.christian.kyschools.us.
Hopkinsville Police are investigating an armed robbery from early this afternoon.
Public Information Officer Paul Ray says an adult male victim was robbed at gunpoint by an unknown black male suspect outside in the 1700 block of South Campbell Street around 12:05.
The suspect fled the scene with the victim’s money. Officer Ray says more details will be released with the official report.
The owner of Pizza Roma has a trial date in August after a large amount of synthetic drugs were found this April in his business.
40-year old Luther Anderson of Woodlawn, Tennesee is represented by attorney David Rye and has a trial date of August 10th at 9am according to officials at the Justice Center.
Anderson, who also owns the Adult Toy Box in Oak Grove, has already had two court dates where a not guilty plea was entered on his behalf and the tentative trial date was set. Anderson’s troubles began April 24th when Hopkinsville Police served a search warrant at Pizza Roma on North Drive and allegedly found over 90-thousand dollars worth of synthetic drugs and drug paraphernalia.
A similar search warrant was executed several days later at his Oak Grove store. The Christian County Sheriff’s Office served a summons to Anderson June 14th.
Anderson has filed a lawsuit against the cities of Hopkinsville and Oak Grove and Hopkinsville Police saying he believes their search was done illegally.