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January 29, 2019 Headlines

A HARDIN COUNTY TRAFFIC STOP LEAD TO DRUG ARREST OVER THE WEEKEND.  KENTUCKY STATE POLICE SAY A TROOPER STOPPED A VEHICLE FOR SPEEDING ON I-65 SUNDAY AFTERNOON. DUNNAWAY FACES OTHER CHARGES. HIS PASSENGER 26 YEAR OLD ADRIA SHOUSE WAS ARRESTED FOR MULTIPLE CHARGES INCLUDING TRAFFICKING IN CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE.

THE SUSPECT IN AN ELIZABETHTOWN HOMICIDE IS SET TO APPEAR IN COURT TODAY (TUESDAY). A PRETRIAL CONFERENCE IS SCHEDULED FOR CHARLES ROBERSON JR IN HARDIN CIRCUIT COURT. AS PREVIOUSLY REPORTED ROBERSON WAS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY FOR THE SHOOTING DEATH OF XEDRIC MCNEIL IN FEBRUARY OF LAST YEAR. ACCORDING TO ARREST RECORDS, ROBERSON AND MCNEIL GOT INTO A VERBAL ALTERCATION AT A RESIDENCE ON DIECKS DRIVE. OFFICIALS SAY THE TWO WENT OUTSIDE WHERE THE ARGUMENT CONTINUED. ROBERSON ALLEGEDLY PULLED OUT A GUN SHOOTING MCNEIL AT LEAST ONCE IN THE CHEST. POLICE SAY ROBERSON THEN CONTINUED FIRING THE WEAPON AS MCNEIL ATTEMPTED TO RUN. ROBERSON IS REPORTED TO HAVE STRUCK AN OCCUPIED VEHICLE SEVERAL TIMES DURING THE INCIDENT. HE FACES MURDER AND WANTON ENDANGERMENT CHARGES.

THE UNDEFEATED JOHN HARDIN HIGH SCHOOL BULLDOGS PLAY AGAIN TONIGHT. THE TEAM FACES ELIZABETHTOWN HIGH SCHOOL. THE TEAM IS THE ONLY UNDEFEATED TEAM IN THE STATE. THE GAME STARTS AT 7:30 AT ELIZABETHTOWN HIGH SCHOOL.

AN EXHIBIT OF HOLOCAUST MURALS WILL COME TO ELIZABETHTOWN COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE IN THE COMING WEEKS. THE CENTRAL KENTUCKY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION SAID THEIR BENJAMIN FUND MADE THE EVENT POSSIBLE. THE EXHIBIT WILL BE ON DISPLAY FROM FEBRUARY 25 UNTIL APRIL 5TH IN THE MORRISON GALLERY IN THE COLLEGE’S JSO BUILDING.