The Dawson Springs Police Department released the following reports this week:
The two men charged in connection with the August robbery of Planters Bank in Dawson Springs were handed down no true bills from the Hopkins Circuit grand jury on Tuesday.
The Madisonville-Hopkins County Vice/Narcotics Unit arrested four men on drug-related charges Friday after searching two homes in Madisonville and Dawson Springs.
A White Plains man was arrested Friday afternoon after police say he called Dawson Springs Jr./Sr. High School that morning and stated there was “going to be a shootout” at Fun Night, according to Dawson Springs Police Chief Mike Opalek and Dawson Springs Independent Schools Superintendent …
Two men who were arrested in connection with the Aug. 30 armed robbery at Planters Bank have an additional charge each, said Dawson Springs Police Chief Mike Opalek.
A St. Charles man “had a medical condition that incapacitated him” and then wrecked his vehicle on Wednesday morning, Sept. 12, according to a news release from the Hopkins County Sheriff’s Department.
A Dawson Springs woman accused of shooting her husband back in May has been cleared in the case, according to Hopkins County grand jury documents.
A Dawson Springs woman was taken to a hospital after a hit-and-run wreck after 9 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 14, on Nortonville Road near St. Charles, according to a Hopkins County Sheriff’s Department news release.
A Dawson Springs man was hurt during an assault on Friday afternoon, Aug. 10, in Madisonville, according to a news release from the police department.
Christian County deputies were called to Crofton Friday afternoon, Aug. 3, as Hopkins County law enforcement chased a car into Christian County at speeds of 70 miles per hour, according to radio traffic.
Tara L. Shelton, 28, pleaded guilty in January on charges of first-degree possession of methamphetamine, third-degree possession of a controlled substance and prescription controlled substance not in proper container. She was sentenced to two years imprisonment, probated on the condition tha…
A shoplifting complaint at Walmart this week led to the arrests of a Hopkins County pair, Princeton Police reported Friday. The incident began at 4:21 p.m. Monday, July 9, when officers responded to the U.S. 62 West store. Investigators were informed that the suspects had left the scene in a…