The Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office made three arrests yesterday afternoon after investigating break-ins at concession stands across the area.
A news release from Deputy Scott Troutman says 23-year old Cameron Clark of Slaughters and two male juveniles from Slaughters are charged with multiple counts of burglary and Clark is also facing unlawful transaction with a minor charges.
The suspects are accused of stealing 3-thousand dollars worth of baseball equipment, uniforms, lawn care equipment, candy and beverages from parks in Madisonville, Dawson Springs and Hanson.
Hopkinsville Police are investigating a theft from a Westside Court residence.
The report says a portable air conditioner and upright vacuum cleaner were stolen from the West End Mobile Home Park residence of Jeremy Oylear.
The property is valued at 600 dollars and two suspects are listed on the report.
The Todd County School System will reportedly hire a superintendent later this week.
The Todd County Standard reports Fulton County Instructional Superivsor Wayne Benningfield will be hired at a special called meeting of the Todd School Board Thursday evening, assuming they approve a contract.
Benningfield had been chosen as the next superintendent in Elliot County last month, according to a story in the Ashland Daily Independent, which says he turned down the offer due to his wife needing to care for her mother in far western Kentucky.
Benningfield would replace the retiring Mike Kenner as superintendent.
Six juveniles were cited into court last night after allegedly being caught walking on the roof of a local school.
The citations for the four males and two females ranging in age from 12 to 16 say they were caught running across the roof of Hopkinsville Middle School around 10:30 last night.
Two of the juveniles ran to a South Sunset Circle residence in an attempt to get away, but police found them soon after.
All six youths were charged with 2nd degree criminal trespassing and were released to their parents.