Warrant served, drugs found
Trigg County Deputy Jimmy Godair executed a bench warrant against 19-year-old Paul B. Hudson, of 307 Linda Drive, Hopkinsville on February 23, for an alleged failure to appear in the District Courtroom of Judge Jamus Redd III. The warrant was issued for an unspecified prior offense on February 23 and was served on the same day.
While serving the warrant, Godair alleged that he spotted Hudson toss a bag under a bleacher. Upon investigation, Godair claimed that the bag contained crack cocaine and marijuana. During the arrest, Godair seized a mobile phone and $30 in cash.
The Sheriff’s Office charged Hudson with Trafficking in a Controlled Substance in the First Degree as a First Offense for Crack Cocaine, and Trafficking in Marijuana, Less than Eight Ounces, as a First Offense.
Deputy Godair arrested 37-year-old Kenneth W. Burgess of 11558 South Road, Cadiz on February 24 on charges of Criminal Trespassing in the Second Degree.
The arrest report claims that Burgess was spotted entering the Trigg County Hospital who holds a trespass warning against the suspect. During the investigation, Burgess allegedly said that he sought medical assistance at the facility. He was allegedly found with a key fitting locks on his ex-girlfriend’s vehicle. Asked about the key, the girlfriend claimed that he “came inside to get the key to find somewhere to sleep and stay warm,” according to the report.
The report said that he was at the hospital for sinus problems, but not admitted.
Cadiz Police Officer Tim Allen arrested 18-year-old Horace Street of Hayden St. Cadiz on charges of Disorderly Conduct on February 20. Allen’s report said that the suspect was allegedly overheard yelling at an assistant principal at Trigg County Schools and caused alarm to faculty members and students. Street was lodged in the Christian County Jail, and was released on February 25.
Investigating Officer Jeff Ethridge of the Cadiz Police Department arrested 29-year-old William Crusse of Wharton Rd., Cadiz for an alleged incident of domestic violence on February 23.
Ethridge’s report claims that he received a complaint of a domestic disturbance at the suspect’s residence. Upon arrival at the scene, the victim told Ethridge that she had argued with Crusse who pushed her and pulled her hair. Crusse was charged with Assault in the Fourth Degree, Domestic Violence.