Author: Deborah Highland

Trucker loses load of peppers on I-65

FRANKLIN, Ky. – A truck carrying a load of peppers lost its load at Mile Marker 5 on Interstate 65 North in Simpson County late Wednesday morning. Kentucky State Police Commercial Vehicle Enforcement was called to the scene. The trucking company has been notified.

One man shot, another man in custody in afternoon shooting

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – One man was shot and another man has been taken into custody following the Tuesday afternoon shooting at 410 Plano Richpond Road. The victim, Marvin Russell, 24, was taken in a private car, driven by Bryanna Green, to Bowling Green Fire Department Station 6 off of Scottsville Road where emergency medical providers met the vehicle before…

Police: Man accused of using the internet to entice minors to engage in sexual activity

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – Monday, Bowling Green police arrested Cody Austin Edwards, 24, of Bowling Green on a charge prohibited use of electronic communication system to procure a minor for a sex offense. The department received a tip indicating Edwards used an app to initiate chats, with other users, seeking young children to engage in sexual activity, according to a…

Grand jury indicts three people accused in sale and purchase of infant

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – A Warren County grand jury Wednesday indicted three people accused in the December sale and purchase of an infant. A grand jury indicted Jose Pascual, 45; Maria Domingo-Perez, 31 and Catarina Felipe, 37,  with one count each of sell or purchase a child for adoption, according to their indictments. “We received information (Dec. 2) from Parker-Bennett-Curry…

Sheriff’s office investigates home invasion robbery

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – Warren County Sheriff’s Deputies are investigating an early Thursday morning home invasion robbery at Stillwater Apartments on Old Nashville Road. Deputies responded 12:10 a.m. to Stillwater Apartments, Loop 2, Apt. 10-D, on a suspicious persons complaint, according to a release from the Warren county Sheriff’s Office. When they arrived, they learned that an armed man wearing…

Loving honored for 50-year law enforcement career

WASHINGTON D.C. – The National Narcotics Officers Association and the U.S. Senate honored Bowling Green-Warren County Drug Task Force Director Tommy Loving earlier this week for his 50th year in law enforcement. “Thrilled to see Director Loving getting honored at the national level for his legendary career,” Warren County Commonwealth’s Attorney Chris Cohron said. “Tommy has been at the forefront…

Wreck shuts down Nashville Road

BOWLING GREEN, KY. – A Thursday morning wreck involving a semi and a pick-up truck on Nashville Road near the Bennett Lane intersection had traffic blocked in both directions for about an hour. One person was injured and taken to an area hospital for treatment. The collision resulted in a fuel spill of more than 50 gallons, according to information…

Police make arrest after two die in shooting outside of O’Charley’s

UPDATE: BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – The Bowling Green Police Department arrested Terry A. Stice II, 44, of Bowling Green, in connection with last night’s shooting, according to a release from the department. During the investigation, detectives determined Taylor and Russell were in a physical altercation and Taylor shot Russell, according to the release. After seeing Taylor shoot Russell, Stice is…