Elkton Police investigated drug activity at a home on South Streets Avenue over the weekend.
Officers responded to 703 South Streets Sunday in reference to a possible overdose, according to a news release, which says an individual was found unconscious in the bathroom. The suspect was taken by ambulance to the hospital for treatment.
While at the scene, officers located several items allegedly containing drug residue and drug paraphernalia. Police say the individual was not charged at the time due to his medical condition, but charges will be pursued at a later date.
The Marshall County Sheriff’s charged a Paducah man with numerous drug offenses following a traffic stop Wednesday morning on U.S. 62.
26-year old Terrell J. Mays of Paducah, was charged with Operating a Motor Vehicle Under the Influence, Wanton Endangerment 2nd Degree, Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Possession of Controlled Substance 1st Degree, Possession of Controlled Substance 3rd Degree, Prescription Not in Proper Container and Speeding 14 Over the Limit.
Marshall County Deputy, Steven Oakley conducted a traffic stop on US 62 for a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed and upon contact, Deputy Oakley observed a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle and located in the vehicle was a metal grinder with marijuana residue on it, rolling papers, Hydrocodone pill and 2 individual crack cocaine rocks.
Deputy Oakley also Mays had his 3 year old child in the vehicle and a field sobriety test was given in which multiple indicators were found to determine Mays was under the influence.
Mays was taken into custody without incident.
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A Webster County man was arrested Tuesday afternoon, after he allegedly fired shots into a home and struck a police officer with his vehicle.
The Webster County Sheriff's Office and Clay Police Department requested the help of Kentucky State Police just after 6 o'clock, after 61-year old Tommy Branson of Sebree allegedly fired multiple gunshots into a residence.
When officers arrived, Branson returned and allegedly used his vehicle to strike a deputy. Police then fired their service weapons at Branson's car, but he was able to flee the scene.
A pursuit ended on KY 132 near Dixon, where Branson was arrested without incident and charged with four counts of attempted murder, one count of attempted murder of a police officer, one count of first degree assault, wanton endangerment, criminal mischief, fleeing police and tampering with evidence.
The deputy who was struck by Branson's vehicle was treated and released from Baptist Health in Madisonville.
Officials with Hopkinsville Community College on Sunday held its fourth annual Super Sunday event at Cedar Grove Missionary Baptist Church to host a college fair and share information about the college planning process, admissions, degree programs and financial aid.
During the event, college officials also recognized Super Sunday Scholars, who are students in the 11th and 12th grades from the local high schools that were nominated by school officials and church leadership for their excellence in academics, community and church involvement.
College officials say the awards ceremony featured 25 students with 19 students in attendance of the event at Cedar Grove Missionary Baptist Church.
The Super Sunday event is patterned after a program at California State University, now in its ninth year.