Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

News

Shelbyville police asking for help locating suspect

In nearby Shelbyville, Tennessee, a man accused of being involved in an Aggravated Assault case has been identified.

On Monday night (Sept. 20, 2021), Shelbyville Police say that the subject in question drove into the side of another vehicle. Previous to the incident, the culprit in question was believed to have visited the local Walmart. It was there that the subject was caught on camera and that footage was obtained by detectives.

Now that the man has been identified, police are trying to locate him. However, authorities have not been able to find the subject, despite officers going to his home.

Police in Shelbyville report that the suspect has been identified as Kenneth David Hurt, who is in his early 30’s. He is facing two counts of aggravated assault charges. Warrants have been obtained for what has been described as a road rage incident.

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

The suspect, along with another male who was believed to have been with him on the night of the incident, were believed to have been driving in a white Chevrolet long bed – single cab pickup truck with black wheels.

If you have any information on the whereabouts of these individuals, please contact Shelbyville Detective Nathan Everhart at 931-684-5811.

-WGNS Radio contributed to this report

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

You May Also Like

News

A water main break in the New Union area has left two county schools with no water. New Union Elementary is without water and...

News

A Coffee County Sheriff’s Department deputy has been terminated after he was arrested for alleged DUI while on duty Thursday, Feb. 23. According to...

News

A tragic accident occurred on Monday night at 9:24 PM near 3261 Hillsboro Highway, resulting in the death of 60-year-old Timothy Sullivan. According to...

Sports

District superiority is up for grabs Friday night in Manchester. Coffee County Central’s Lady Red Raiders (no. 4 AP) and the Warren County Lady...