Another Christian County constable has filed to run for re-election.
District 7 Constable Richard Leavell, III of Jonaquin Circle filed his papers with the Christian County Clerk's Office Tuesday.
Constable Leavell is currently unopposed in next year's elections.
Elkton Police recently arrested a Russellville man on methamphetamine charges.
A news release from Public Information Officer Rocky Barr says 24-year old Daniel Stokes was pulled over on Streets Avenue for not using a turn signal. Officers noticed the smell of marijuana coming from the vehicle and Stokes allegedly surrendered a small amount of the illegal weed to police.
Police say they found a large sum of cash on Stokes' person, and a search of the vehicle turned up a large amount of methamphetamine and digital scales. A small safe was also located, which contained a stolen handgun Stokes said he purchased off the streets in Logan County.
Stokes was arrested and charged with trafficking in methamphetamine, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, carrying a concealed weapon, unlawful distribution of a methamphetamine precursor and failure to use a turn signal.
He was booked into the Todd County Jail Sunday evening on a $50,000 bond.
The Hopkinsville Fire Department has been busy battling a house fire Wednesday morning.
A dispatcher at the Christian County ECC says the first call came out at 3:03 of a fire at 1812 South Virginia. Fire-fighters from all four city stations would eventually respond and remained on the scene well into the morning.
No injuries were reported in the fire and more information will be available later in the day.
A Clarksville man was tragically killed as a result of an attempted robbery in Nashville and Clarksville Police was able to provide assistance to the victim’s family.
Police identified the man as Moises Cedeño, who left behind a wife and four small children.
After being notified by the Nashville Metro Police Department, Clarksville Police was able to locate the victim’s family.
Police say the family has no other relatives in Clarksville, and the only support they had was Moises Cedeño.
Clarksville Police Chaplain Modesto Martinez and Officer Amberlece Oldham was able to support the family through the weekend while relatives came from out of town.
Chaplain Martinez will officiate the funeral service, which will be held Wednesday afternoon at the Chapel of Neal-Tarpley-Parchman Funeral Home in Clarksville.
The lead investigating agency is the Metro Police Department in Nashville.
It was Banana Split Day at Holiday Elementary School with 100 4th grade students enjoying a bowl of ice cream after they earned top grades in Math tests.
Leann Pickerill, a 4th grade Math Teacher at Holiday Elementary School says for the past ten days the students have been focusing on mastering different math skills.