Standoff, Pursuit Suspects Have Bond Hearings
By West Kentucky Star Staff
PADUCAH - A man arrested after a vehicle pursuit and a suspect from a standoff in a home were both in court this week. 

The McCracken Circuit Court Clerk says Charles Henning of Grand Rivers and Wade Alexander of Paducah had bond hearings on Monday. 

Henning's bond was denied and a pre-trial conference was scheduled for December 21. He faces eleven different charges after he allegedly led officers in a pursuit from Massac County through Paducah and to the south side on August 4. McCracken Sheriff's Deputies were able to stop the vehicle with a PIT maneuver, and they say the vehicle had been reported stolen. 

Alexander's cash bond was amended from $150,000 to $25,000. He was arrested May 25 after a standoff at a home on Buckner Lane. Paducah Police were called by Alexander's sister, who said she had been threatened and held against her will. Alexander's 19-year-old nephew was asleep in the basement until police were able to get him out. About ten hours after they arrived, police were able to gain access to the home and take Alexander into custody. He faces kidnapping, wanton endangerment and terroristic threatening charges, and a pre-trial conference is scheduled for December 30. 

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Published 05:45 PM, Friday Nov. 20, 2020
Updated 04:06 PM, Saturday Nov. 21, 2020



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