The Cadiz Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating and identifying two alleged thieves.
Cadiz Police Chief Hollis Alexander on Saturday responded to West Kentucky Door located at 176 Merchant Street, Cadiz in reference to a theft of over $500.
Chief Alexander says the suspects were caught on surveillance video driving a light colored pick-up truck onto the lot of the business on Thursday and was seen driving off with a trailer after it was attached to the truck.
The suspects are described as a white male and female with police to release images of the suspects in the near future.
Cadiz residents with information about the theft are urged to contact Cadiz Police at 270-522-8369.
U.S. Senator Rand Paul says he is concerned about current power rates and mercury levels.
Jason Hassert with Senator Paul’s Office spoke to P.A.D.D board members this week and updated them about the senator’s efforts.
Hassert then recapped Senator Paul’s recent trip to Hopkinsville, where he spoke to local Kiwanians about his views about ObamaCare and what needs to be done to fix the health care system.
Senator Paul still contends that President Barack Obama’s healthcare legislation is unconstitutional.
Hopkinsville Police are investigating an alleged burglary that took place sometime late last month and Sunday.
27-year old Tina Anthony of 10-02 7th Street told police on Monday that while she was out of town for about a week, someone broke into her residence.
Ms. Anthony reported that when she returned, she noticed her rear door was forced open and that her laundry detergent, liquid hand soap and food were stolen.
Police say the case remains open and that officers will be following up on the case.
Hopkinsville Police arrested a local man for allegedly lying to police.
48-year old Sammie Bingham was arrested on Monday and was charged with one count of falsely reporting an incident after he allegedly called E.C.C. to report that his sister, who lives out of state, and two females were attacked.
Officers who responded to the Oak Street residence where he was located, reported that two females at the address were alarmed and clueless as to why police were called.
When questioned by police, Bingham claimed his sister, who lives in Alaska was attacked and two other females found at the local residence were also attacked by his sister’s boyfriend.
The two females told police the attacks never happened.
Police reported Bingham being highly intoxicated and was unruly while he was in the back seat of a police cruiser shortly after his arrest.
Elkton City Council got all of its business done in less than 30 minutes Monday evening, but squeezed quite a bit of information into that half-hour.
Elkton Police Chief Bruce Marklin had a positive report to give along with his monthly activity log and thanked residents there for complying with the burn and fireworks ban over the Fourth of July holiday.