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The Messenger from Madisonville, Kentucky • A2

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The Messengeri
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Madisonville, Kentucky
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A2
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A2 THE MESSENGER, Saturday, November 30, 201 3 LOCALREGIONSTATE KSP charge 3 Dawson Springs residents for drugs Black Friday bargain shopping disorderly conduct. After speaking with Baldwin, troopers went to the home on Kenlee Drive, located off Wilbur Wilson Road, and discovered the body of Long in the home of her father, Stanley Long. The Trimble County Coroner's officer was summoned and pronounced Long dead at the scene. The remains were removed to the State Medical Examiner's office in Louisville where an autopsy to determine cause of death was scheduled Thursday. According to Arterburn, Angela Long's residence was located on U.S.

42W in Pendleton. Baldwin, 25, was said to be from Louisville but had spent enough time in Trimble County that the KSP referred to him as "a Trimble County man." Baldwin was booked into the Carroll County Detention Center in Carrollton at 7:54 a.m. Wednesday, according to CCDC records. Questioning of the suspect continued through the day, Arterburn said late Wednesday afternoon. Baldwin was eventually charged with the murder of Long Wednesday evening.

No motive for the crime has been determined. KSP Detective Tim Moore is leading the investigation. Savannah Oglesby.The Messenger, Shannon Solise and her daughter Graci, 8, take a few moments to look through their shopping bags Friday at Parkway Plaza Mall. The pair spent the morning bargain shopping at Black Friday sales in Madisonville. BY THE MESSENGER STAFF Three Dawson Springs residents were arrested Tuesday afternoon after Kentucky State Police found suspected drugs, scales and packaging materials.

According to the KSP, a search warrant at a home on East Walnut Street was issued after officers received complaints of constant in and out traffic. Lawerence Tossi, 29, was charged with trafficking in synthetic cannabinoid, possession for saletransfer of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and two counts of contempt of court. Elizabeth A. Massey, 26, and Emily Hammons, 19, were charged with trafficking in synthetic cannabinoid, possession for saletransfer of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and second-degree hindering prosecution. Trooper Winters was the arresting officer.

Winters said Tossi was found hiding in the home's attic crawl space. All three were housed in the Hopkins County Jail. As of Friday, Massey remained in jail in lieu of a $500 cash bail bond. Tossi was given a $1,000 cash bail bond. Hammons' was released Wednesday on a $500 cash bail bond.

Central grad joins county attorney's office BY THE MESSENGER STAFF A Nortonville native has officially joined the staff at the Hopkins County Attorney's office. Vontarez Lovan is the newest law clerk for the prosecution, according to a release. Lovan is a 2009 graduate of Hopkins County Central High School. He holds a bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Kentucky. He plans to enroll in a Kentucky law school next year.

"Von represents a great Hopkins County success story," said county attorney Todd P'Pool in a statement. "We are delighted to have him on the team and I have high expectations for his legal career." Lovan will provide research assistance in criminal trial preparation, court operations and constituent services, according to the release. Beshear announces negotiations for operation of Paducah gaseous diffusion plant KENTUCKY PRESS NEWS SERVICE Gov. Steve Beshear released this statement about the recent the mobile home of her father in south Trimble County. Dispatchers at the KSP Post 5 in Campbellsburg received a call at 4:58 a.m.

Wednesday from Robert L. Baldwin III, advising that he had outstanding warrants against him and wanted to turn himself in, according to Trooper Brad Arterburn, Public Information Officer for KSP Post 5. Baldwin then made a startling confession, Arterburn said. "He said he had hurt someone and they were possibly deceased," Arterburn said. Troopers en route to the scene found Baldwin walking to turn himself in.

He was taken into custody and police arrested him on the outstanding warrants, which included charges for domestic violence, assault, criminal mischief and upcoming negotiations to provide any necessary permits and reviews to support an expedited conclusion." High school assault smacks of 'knockout game' BY JEFF D'ALLESIO NEWS ENTERPRISE A North Hardin High School student was arrested Tuesday and charged with assault for throwing a punch that resembled the "knockout game" that recently has drawn national attention. Radclif police were made aware of the incident by school officials. The attack also was recorded on a cellphone and police were able to see the video. Police spokesman Bryce Shumate confirmed the incident happened on school grounds and said from what he understands, the assault was unprovoked. It occurred in a school classroom, although police and school officials weren't certain when it happened.

"From what I understand, the one student was sitting in a chair and he was hit and knocked out of the chair," Shumate said. "According to our officer, the person was not expecting to be hit. It wasn't a fight or a scuffle." According to an MSN.com report, the "knockout game," as it has been called, works like this: Teens punch a stranger, hoping to send the victim into unconsciousness with a single blow, generally while being filmed for posting on social media. The North Hardin student accused of delivering the blow is a male juvenile and has been charged with fourth-degree assault. Shumate said the blow caused minor injury and the boy who was hit was not taken from school to seek treatment.

What school district punishment the attacker faces is unclear. Hardin County Schools is in the early stages of its own investigation, spokesman John Wright said Wednesday. He said the district does not discuss student discipline and said he was just made aware of the incident. "There's an investigation that we need to get through and get that complete," he said. "We'll make proper punishment per district policy." Students can be suspended up to 20 days for a single incident, according to school policy.

Shumate said the recording, which he said has gone viral, indicates an assault took place. He also said juveniles charged with fourth-degree assault usually are released into the custody of their parents. Police investigate Trimble murder BY DAVE TAYLOR TRIMBLE BANNER Kentucky State Police are continuing their investigation into the death of a Bedford woman, 24-year-old Angela Long, whose body was found in Area Gas Prices (Lowest found as of 5 p.m. yesterday) Madisonville $3.20 Mortons Gap $3.25 Dawson Springs $3.29 Henderson $3.18 Hopkinsville $3.14 Providence $3.28 USA Average $3.28 Lowest U.S. Price Chattanooga, $2.53 Today's Poll Tell us: How far along are you with your Christmas shopping? Vote online at Yesterday's question What is your favorite thing about Thanksgiving? Spending time with family 86 The meal 0 Watching football 14 221 South Main Street P.O.

Box 529 Madisonville, KY 42431 Lottery Numbers Friday's numbers: Kentucky Midday Pick 3: Midday Pick 4: X-X-X-X Evening Pick 3: Evening Pick 4: X-X-X-X Mega Millions: X-X-X-X-X-X Mega Ball X-X; Megaplier wasX-X Cash Ball: X-X-X-X; Cash Ball was XX; Kicker 5 Card Cash: X-X-X-X-X Department of Energy (DOE) action regarding future use of the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant: "Today's news that DOE will begin negotiations with Global Laser Enrichment to consider operating a new laser enrichment facility at the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant is a positive development in our long effort to ensure a promising future for the workers at that facility. This is a strong step toward energizing that sector of our economy, while providing economic stability and investment for the Paducah community. "While negotiations are yet to come and a great deal of work remains, I am cautiously optimistic regarding this new effort. As I stressed during my meeting with Secretary Moniz earlier in the summer, the companies that are ready and willing to create economic opportunities at the site need timely answers, and so do our valued and skilled workers in Paducah. I deeply appreciate that DOE heeded my recommendation to speed up the decision making process, and announced this step today a month ahead of their original schedule.

I have also emphasized the importance of keeping the tails in Paducah for future economic growth and jobs, and I will continue to stress the necessity of quick action on site cleanup and other decisions regarding the area's viability. "The state will be at the table during these she said. "You can set them up in your house if you don't plan on eating them," Adams said. "The smell is just wonderful." Even though participants at the workshop will be working with graham crackers instead of gingerbread cookies, the smell and taste will be similar, she said. "Graham crackers and the frosting will still have a very nice Christmas cookie scent," she said.

"Participants might not decide to keep their house though, they might just want to eat them." For more information about the workshop, or to call and reserve a place, call 825-2680. Messenger Published Tuesday Sunday mornings. Periodicals Class postage at Madisonville, KY 42431 postmaster: Send address changes to Messenger, P.O. 529, Madisonville, KY 42431 USPS 3253600 PHONE NUMBERS MAIN OFFICE 824-3300 Spcls S24-3226 Office 324-3300 CKClalio- Kwswi Fax Classified Adve'lisrg Pe--y ile PL.s Fax -ibe- SUBSCRIPTION S24-3300 824-322!) 82'-68bb 824-3223 To start home delivery of The Messenger or report a delivery change or problem, call the Circulation Department ay 824-3256. Missed delivery should be reported before 12 Noon Tues.

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Phone: MasterCard, Visa LIBRARY FROM THE FRONT PAGE In addition to houses, Adams said she also made other Christmas-themed gingerbread sets. One year, while working as a stay-at-home mother, she made and sold Santa Claus and sleigh gingerbread sets. "I sold enough of them that I bought all my children's Christmas presents with it," Adams said with a laugh. "Thank goodness they didn't have iPods back then, though." People enjoyed her crafts because of the specific holiday smell of gingerbread cookies, SUBSCRIPTION RATES HOME DELIVERY MAIL DELIVERY outside Hopkins County 1 month $15.75 1 month $20.20 3 months $47.25 3 months $60.60 6 months $94.50 6 months $121.20 1 year $186.00 1 year $242.48 Her step-father, Randall Walker, told WLEX-TV in Lexington that family members continue to celebrate birthdays and holidays, but want someone to come forward with information about what happened to Farthing or where she is. "Right now she is gone and we want to know where she is we are all full of questions.

Where's Brooke?" asked Walker. BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS RICHMOND With the holidays rolling through, the family of a central Kentucky teenager missing since June is hoping the day will come soon that they can be thankful that she's found. Police have been trying to locate 19-year-old Brookelyn Farthing since the last confirmed sighting of her at a party on June 22 in Berea. NEWSPAPER MANAGEMENT Publisher Rick Welch Ap BBB km Managing Editor Don Perryman "press1 Advertising Dir Debbie Littlepage association- Circulation Director Barry Carden Business Manager Jamie Paxton.

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