Hopkinsville Police are investigating after a dog was shot and injured on North Main Street.
John Young told city police that his dog was shot by a pellet or BB gun in the front right shoulder sometime Friday.
No suspects are listed on the report, but the investigation continues.
A man was arrested outside of Hobby Lobby in Clarksville Monday afternoon on indecent exposure charges.
Clarksville Police were called to the Wilma Rudolph Boulevard business after a 28-year old woman and her children witnessed a man in his vehicle exposing his privates as they were leaving.
The suspect soon left, but returned and allegedly continued with the same conduct. An officer approached the truck from behind and knocked on the suspect’s window. Police say 25-year old Jose Luis Ortiz of Canby, Oregon stopped the conduct at that time and was arrested.
There’s the Tea Party, the Republican Party and Wednesday night there will be a pizza party for local members of the GOP to watch the national convention together.
An email from party leaders says the Christian County GOP Pizza Party will be Wednesday evening at 6:30 at Coldwell Banker on Country Club Lane. Local Republicans are invited to watch the two Kentucky senators speak in prime time, with Senator Rand Paul to take the podium at 7:30.
Responders from Fort Campbell assisted the Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office Friday afternoon when a live hand grenade was found at a landfill.
A news release says the grenade was found at Waste Connections on Grays Branch Road near White Plains around 2pm Friday. A bomb squad from Fort Campbell was called and determined it to be live. The crew destroyed what was determined to be an old “M1” grenade on site.
No one was injured in the incident and the White Plains Fire Department assisted on the scene.
Two arrests were made early this morning in Hopkinsville after two men were allegedly seen burglarizing a garage—minutes after a police cruiser was vandalized.
The investigation began late last night when Hopkinsville Police Officer Daniel Gray was awakened by a noise at his home. Officer Gray found that someone had sprayed his cruiser with a fire extinguisher and fled the scene.
Later in the evening at 2500 Thrush Drive, a resident called ECC to report a burglary in progress at a garage. A description of the suspects and vehicle was given and officers were able to locate them in the parking lot of the Friendship House at Canton and North Drive. They were able to attach the men to the first incident after allegedly finding powder on their clothing and a fire extinguisher in their vehicle.
Arrested and charged with buglary and criminal mischief were 23-year old Jewell Radford and 23-year old Anthony Acree of Hopkinsville. The resident who witnessed the burglary was able to identify the two men as the perpetrators.