Indictments returned for shooting, stabbing, robbery incidents

Men accused in shootings, a stabbing and an armed robbery were indicted Friday by a Christian County grand jury.

Indicted for attempted first-degree assault, four counts of first-degree wanton endangerment, first-degree criminal mischief and possession of a handgun by a felon is 19-year old Emonie Evans of Hopkinsville.

Evans allegedly shot a car occupied by two adults and three minors on Greenville Road in the area of Coffman Foods on May 21. No one was injured in the incident.

The grand jury indicted 21-year old Ahree Carnes of Hopkinsville for seven counts of first-degree wanton endangerment, possession of a handgun by a felon and criminal mischief. He’s accused of firing multiple shots at a home on May 13 where seven people, including three minors, were inside. Everyone avoided injury in that incident, as well.

Meanwhile, 40-year old Devon Bloomer of Hopkinsville was indicted for first-degree assault, assault in the second-degree and criminal mischief. Hopkinsville police allege that on June 3, Bloomer entered the residence of a former girlfriend on West 13th around and slashed and stabbed her with a knife, causing serious injuries.

He also cut the victim’s mother with a knife, according to police.

And the grand jury indicted 26-year old Ronald Aldridge of Hopkinsville for first-degree robbery and kidnapping.

Aldridge allegedly entered the North Main Street Marathon gas station on the night of March 17, brandished a handgun and demanded cash from the clerk. After getting the money from the register, he demanded the clerk’s cellphone and left the store.

He then allegedly got into the passenger side of a vehicle parked next to a gas pump and demanded that the driver who was behind the wheel drive him away at gunpoint.

Police say the owner of the vehicle barely got onto North Main before a struggle ensued and the driver and the suspect fell out of the passenger side door, with the gun going off during a fight over the weapon.