For the second time in a week, arrests were made after a fight outside of a downtown Hopkinsville bar Friday night.
Arrested outside of Brewster’s at 1004 South Main around 10:40 were 59-year old Chester Lee Edwards and 28-year old Jeremy Reeves of Dyersburg, Tennessee. The two men are listed as employees of the same construction company in Tennessee.
The arrest cards say Edwards was seen punching Reeves with a closed fist. Police say both men were under the influence of alcohol and that crowds from Brewster’s and Ferrels were on the sidewalks watching the altercation.
Both men were arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and being drunk in public, with Edwards also charged with 4th degree assault.
The Hopkinsville Police Department is investigating a burglary at a West Edmunds St. home from Friday.
The report says 32-year old Brandee Austin of Hopkinsville told officers someone broke into her home at 327 West Edmunds between 9am and 4:30pm Friday and stole a $1,500 Samsung television.
Police say it appears the suspect kicked or pried his way into the home and the investigation continues.
Clarksville Police are investigating a shooting from early this morning.
The incident happened around ten minutes after four at a private club on College St. called “Cutters,” according to a news release from Clarksville Police, which says a 27-year old man was found lying on the floor near the front entrance when officers arrived.
Police say the man had been shot in the back and that the victim and several witnesses were uncooperative with the investigation. The victim was taken by helicopter to Vanderbilt University Medical Center in stable condition and the investigation continues.
Police in Clarksville now have a named suspect in connection with an incident at Khols last week when an alleged thief struck an employee with his vehicle as he drove away.
A news release says thanks to efforts by the media in getting the photo out, a member of the public identified the suspect as 21-year old Troy Devon Tyson of Nashville.
Tyson is wanted for reckless endangerment and evading police. The Kohls employee was struck by Tyson’s door as he drove away from the store with merchandise, though he avoided serious injury.
Police say call 911 if you spot Tyson or cal the tips line at 931-645-8477 if you may know his whereabouts.
The Logan County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in finding the suspect responsible for a major theft there last week.
A news release from Sheriff Wallace Whitaker’s office says someone used a universal key to drive off with a 25-thousand dollar New Holland Skid Steer at 659 Cates Bypass Road between 10pm Wednesday night and 9am Thursday morning.
Anyone who may have information on the incident is asked to call the Sheriff’s Office at 270-726-2244 and callers can remain anonymous.