A Herndon man was served with an arrest warrant Tuesday for allegedly putting a gun to a woman’s head last November.
Charged with first degree wanton endangerment is 20-year old Dustin Frazier of Jago Thomas Road, Herndon. The warrant alleges that on November 24th, Frazier pressed a pistol against the forehead of a female.
Frazier reportedly told the victim who was sitting in a chair to close her eyes, which she said she didn’t want to do until he persisted. She then felt cold metal against her forehead and saw the gun when she opened her eyes.
The woman said Frazier told her he wanted to show that she could trust him. Frazier reportedly told Deputy Ed Stokes that it had been a BB gun, but the victim said the gun he presented to police was not what he used on the date in question.
Frazier was lodged in the Christian County Jail on five thousand dollars bond.
Hopkinsville-Christian County Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward to anyone who provides information that leads to an arrest in the Howell St. murder from earlier this month.
Officer Paul Ray has the details....
A wreck in Trigg County Tuesday afternoon sent two women to Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
Kentucky State Police say 39-year old Kelly Hendricks of Princeton was southbound on Rocky Ridge Road around 3pm and was crossing Cerulean Road. Ms. Hendricks drove into the path of 42-year old Jason Morris of Cadiz, who was unable to stop and ran into her passenger side.
Ms. Hendricks and her passenger, 30-year old Ashley Hendricks of Cadiz, were taken to Trigg County Hospital, before being transferred to Vanderbilt.
A spokesperson at the Nashville hospital says Kelly Hendricks was treated and released, while Ashley remains hospitalized in stable condition.
Morris went uninjured and everyone involved was wearing a seat belt.
Officials at Jennie Stuart Medical Center have announced the creation of a newsletter for the hospital.
A news release says the hospital’s marketing partner will be Pacesetter Printing of Princeton. The newsletter will feature patient success stories, letters and news information about hospital services, physicians and services provided at its other locations across the area.
Printed copies of the newsletter will be distributed in 10 area newspapers and will appear on the Jennie Stuart Medical Center website—jsmc.org.
February 20th is the 100th Anniversary of the hospital and that will be commemorated in the premiere of the newsletter next month. The first edition will feature a centennial logo and slogan that will debut to the public.
Hopkinsville Police are investigating a burglary on Hawthorne Drive from Tuesday afternoon.
Joe Bostick of Hopkinsville told officers someone broke into 705 Hawthorne between 1 and 2pm and stole a gun, two computers and several pieces of jewelry. Total value of the stolen property is listed at $3,950 and the investigation continues.
No suspects are listed on the report.