Man Faces More Charges After 4-Wheeler Incident
By West Kentucky Star Staff
BENTON - A Benton man who allegedly tried to run over deputies with a four-wheeler last month faces new charges.

The Marshall County Sheriff's Office says 58-year-old James D. Hall faces news charges of of two counts of complicity to tampering with physical evidence, two counts of possession of a handgun by a convicted felon, three counts of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, and two counts of attempted tampering with physical evidence.

Deputies have also filed charges against 58-year-old Lisa D. Henderson, of Gilbertsville. She is charged with tampering with physical evidence, hindering prosecution or apprehension 2nd degree, possession of drug paraphernalia and cultivation of marijuana. Henderson was lodged in the Marshall County Jail.

As previously reported, Hall was arrested on June 17 and charged with two counts of wanton endangerment of a police officer 1st degree, fleeing or evading police 1st Degree and criminal mischief 1st degree.

During the month long investigation detectives executed three search warrants and seized numerous items, including the four wheeler believed to have been involved, three long guns, two handguns, illegal drugs, and drug paraphernalia.

The Marshall County Sheriff's Office is continuing the investigation and request that anyone with more information contact them at 270-527-3112.

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Benton Man Jailed on Fleeing, Endangerment Charges

Published 11:00 PM, Thursday Jul. 11, 2019
Updated 09:52 PM, Friday Jul. 12, 2019

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