From the News Edge: Tilley still considering run for Attorney General ---- Cadiz Community Thanksgiving dinner coming up ---- State Senate Republicans select leadership ---- Princeton connector route selected ---- State Police investigate Todd County shooting ---- Details on these stories and more on our News Pages.

Posted: Friday, 30 May 2014 4:30PM

Christian County Indictments

A Hopkinsville man has been indicted on charges of wanton endangerment after he reportedly fired a gun at the mother of his child. 22-year old Ronald Waddell was indicted by the Christian County Grand Jury on a charge of Wanton Endangerment and Possession of a Handgun by a Convicted Felon. A warrant for Waddell says on March 25th he was involved in an argument with Kyesha Jackson while driving down Means Avenue. When Jackson stopped to let Waddell out at Pennyrile Homes, Waddell reportedly hit Jackson's car with a gun and then fired a shot in the air towards her vehicle.

21-year old Shawn Ellis of Hopkinsville was indicted Friday on charges of Rape, Sodomy, and Unlawful Transaction with a Minor. Ellis reportedly had sexual contact with a 13-year old girl multiple times between June and July of last year. Ellis also reportedly drank alcohol and smoked marijuana with the girl as well.

17 others were also indicted by the Grand Jury Friday. Andre Brodie and Devon Day were indicted on multiple drug and traffic charges. Eltwyquan Vinson is charged with Criminal Mischief, Terroristic Threatening, and Harassing Communications. Tyleshia Wills and Marion Robinson are each facing a charge of Criminal Abuse. Matthew Hargrove and William Carneyhan were indicted on a theft charge.

Stacey Przewoznik, Titiona Jackson, Keri Barker, Ricky Williams, Javorean McNeal, Katherine Cothram, and Raymond Hill were all indicted on trafficking charges. Jarvis Ross is charged with Fraudulent use of a Credit Card. Guillermo Martinez and Nathaniel Morris were indicted on Bail Jumping. Leslie Barber is facing two counts of Fraudulently Obtaining SNAP Benefits.

WebReadyTM Powered by WireReady® NSI