A Hopkinsville man has been indicted by a Christian County Grand Jury on charges of criminal abuse against a disabled child.
The indictment for first-degree criminal abuse was returned against 28-year old Steven Francis of Hopkinsville, which alleges that he choked the minor male victim and pinned him to the floor by bracing his knee against the victim’s groin. Bruising was reportedly found around the victim’s genitals, pelvis and around the neck, waistline and chest. The child reportedly disabled and has a brain tumor.
61-year old Anthony Aldridge of Hopkinsville is indicted for three counts of wanton endangerment. He is also charged with DUI and leaving the scene of an accident in reference to a wreck that occurred on Pembroke Road in July where he failed to assist the three people involved in the collision he allegedly caused.
30-year old Nycoreal Mays of Oak Grove is indicted for first-degree wanton endangerment, trafficking in cocaine, trafficking in synthetic drugs, trafficking in marijuana and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. He was allegedly in possession of 41 grams of synthetic marijuana, 4 grams of cocaine and several items of drug paraphernalia during execution of a search warrant in July.
Indicted for first-degree wanton endangerment, tampering with physical evidence and possession of marijuana is 52-year old Douglas Wells of Hopkinsville after he allegedly attempted to run over a female victim with a vehicle in August.