Argument leads to shooting in Hardinsburg PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 04 March 2009 00:00
   On Tuesday, February 24, at approximately 12:58  p.m., police were called to 101 East State Road 150 in Hardinsburg in reference to a shooting at that location. When police arrived they found Kevin D. Patton, 41, of Hardinsburg in the rear of an apartment building at that location with a gun shot wound to the leg.
   As police began to investigate they learned that a fight broke out between Kevin D. Patton and David W. Wilkins Jr, 23, of Hardinsburg on the outside of the apartments located at 101 East State Road 150. An occupant of the apartments, David W. Wilkins Sr, 50, of Hardinsburg heard the commotion outside his door and when he exited he noticed his son, David W. Wilkins Jr and Kevin D. Patton in a physical altercation. David W. Wilkins Sr allegedly kept yelling for the altercation to stop but it continued. David W. Wilkins Sr then shot Kevin D. Patton with a handgun.
   Kevin D. Patton was transported to the Floyd County Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Neither David W. Wilkins Sr nor David W. Wilkins Jr was injured.
   No arrests were made and this case is still under investigation. Once the case is completed it will be forwarded to the Washington County Prosecutor’s Office for determination if any charges will be filed.
   The Washington County Sheriff’s Department is assisting in this investigation.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 March 2009 10:04