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Henderson man accused of punching EMS worker
A Henderson man was arrested Saturday in Richmond after he allegedly assaulted an emergency medical services worker who attempted to help him. Richmond police and EMS units found Nicholas G. Martin, 27, passed out in a parked vehicle in the 1000 block of Blackwell Drive at 2:45 a.m. Saturday, Richmond police say. Martin woke up as one of the EMS workers attempted to rouse him and Martin punched the worker in the stomach. Martin has been charged with third-degree assault and alcohol intoxication. He was released from Madison County jail Saturday on a $7,500 cash bond.
ST. JOHN'S County, FLA.
Couple died of CO poisoning
A young couple found dead last month along a Florida highway died of carbon monoxide poisoning, according to Florida authorities. Kenneth L. Oldham, 23, of Morehead and Kayla R. Hinton, 22, of Olive Hill were found dead Jan. 14 in a Volks wagen Jetta at an Interstate 95 rest stop in St. John's County, Fla. The Florida medical examiner's office determined they died of accidental carbon monoxide poisoning. The vehicle's catalytic converter had been removed and that might contributed to the deaths, the St. John's sheriff's news release said.
Vandalism reward increased
Versailles police have increased the reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in last week's cemetery vandalism. Police have increased the reward from $2,500 to $5,000. More than 150 gravestones were knocked off their foundations and 20 were cracked or broken in the Versailles Cemetery vandalism reported Feb. 18. Anyone with information is asked to call Versailles police at (859) 873-3126.
Senate leaders get road plan
A version of the state road plan was sent to Senate leadership on Monday, includes a freeze on the gas tax, state Rep. Rick Rand, D-Bedford, chairman of the House budget committee, said after a House Democratic majority caucus meeting Monday. The 21.1 cent-a-gallon gas tax is tied to wholesale gas prices and was supposed to go down 4 cents on April 1. The state's road plan is funded through a combination of gas and other motor-vehicle usage taxes. But that fund is facing a more than $104 million shortfall that could grow if the gas tax is not frozen.
House fire kills three people
A house fire Monday morning killed a woman and two other people in Western Kentucky. The blaze started at a house in Gilbertsville. Marshall County Sheriff's Department Sgt. Matt Hilbrecht said Karla Teckenbrock, 32, was killed in the fire in her home. Hilbrecht said medical officials were performing autopsies on the bodies. He declined to identify the other two victims. Hilbrecht said no foul play was suspected.
Staff, wire reports