HPD investigated a burglary at Campbell Place Apartments early Friday morning.
The report from Officer Joseph Garcia says 24-year old Gareth Edwards of Hopkinsville said he had been gone on vacation since December 17th and returned home late Thursday night to find several items missing.
Among the items taken from the apartment at 900 Denzill Drive were a pistol, a laptop computer, military gear, a video game system, a cordless drill and a flat screen television. Total value of the stolen property was listed at just over 26-hundred dollars.
A wreck involving the suspected use of alcohol in Muhlenberg County yesterday injured a Drakesboro man.
A news release from Kentucky State Police says 46-year old Steven Wells of Drakesboro was northbound on KY 431 around 1pm when he ran off the road.
His vehicle struck a fence and came to final rest off the shoulder of the road. He was taken by ambulance to Muhlenberg Community Hospital for treatment of his injuries and was cited into court on his second DUI charge in the last five years, according to KSP.
A vehicle versus horse and buggy crash on the Eagle Way Bypass Saturday evening sent a local man to Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
A news release from Hopkinsville Police Public Information Officer Paul Ray says 19-year old Dan Zook of Hopkinsville was traveling on the Bypass in a buggy around 5:20 when he was rear-ended by a vehicle driven by 22-year old Bradley Ezell.
Zook was taken by Air Evac to Vanderbilt University Medical Center for what appeared to be non-life-threatening injuries. Both sides of the Bypass near the Cox Mill Road intersecion were closed for about a half hour while crews worked the scene.
HPD investigate the scene on Howell St./Photo by Adam May
Hopkinsville Police are investigating the death of a 20-year old woman on Howell Street as a murder.
The report from Officer Edward Eastman says the incident happened sometime between 3:30 and 5:30 at 725 Howell, where 20-year old Alicia Jackson of Hopkinsville was found dead by a female inside the home.
Chief Guy Howie told WHOP News on the scene that the woman had trauma on her body and that police were in the early stages of the investigation.
Hopkinsville Police Public Information Officer Paul Ray says police currently have no suspects and the investigations continues. At least one person had been questioned in connection with the incident earlier in the evening, but no arrests were made.
Hopkinsville Police are investigating the Saturday morning shooting on Hillaire Drive that left three people dead as a double-murder suicide.
Sgt. Kyle Spurlin identified the three deceased individuals as 67-year old Tommie, 66-year old Linda and 38-year old Brian Summers. Police have not formally said who the gunman was, but will say they believe he is among the dead.
The first call came out around 10am at 309 Hillaire, with Sgt. Spurlin giving details on what police soon determined.