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Suspicious Vehicle Leads to Two Arrests
By West Kentucky Star Staff
PADUCAH - Two men were arrested Thursday after a Paducah Police officer became suspicious of a vehicle on the railroad tracks, on Paducah's south side.

Paducah Police say that the officer pulled in behind the vehicle, and it immediately left and pulled into a driveway on Locust Street. One of the 
passengers fled, and the officer found that the driver, and other passenger, had outstanding warrants.

The officer arrested 19-year-old Cody V. Kesler, of Paducah, on a bench warrant charging him with failing to appear. Also arrested was 45-year-old Grady Rayn Pool, of Hopkinsville, on warrants charging him with failing to appear, and also second degree escape.

Both Kesler and Pool were taken to the McCracken County Regional Jail.


Published 08:33 PM, Thursday Dec. 06, 2018
Updated 08:39 AM, Friday Dec. 07, 2018

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