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Update to Assault 1st Degree Investigation in Warren County

Date of News Release: 05/04/2007

(Bowling Green) - The suspect, Andrew J. Parks was arrested without incident in Madison County, Indiana around 14:30 hrs on 05/04/07. He is awaiting extradition back to Kentucky. No further details are being released at this time.


Original News Release

(Bowling Green) - On May 1st 2007 Post 3 received a call of a shooting at the Plum Springs Mini Storage located at 144 Proctor Trail in Warren County. EMS and Troopers arrived at the scene to find the victim, Christopher Blevins, lying in the drive way of the storage facility. Mr. Blevins was transported to the Medical Center in Bowling Green where he was treated and interviewed by state police detectives. Victims' statement and witness interviews identified that the alleged perpetrator was an Andrew James Parks w/m 6'3 175lbs hazel eyes brown hair DOB: 2-25-1987 last seen wearing white tee-shirt, blue jeans and a tan ball cap. Mr. Parks fled the scene in a stolen green and silver Chevrolet Pick-up ext cab Z71 with walking horse stickers on the back glass possibly bearing KY farm plates ME891 this plate does not match vehicle description. Vehicle was last seen heading south on Louisville Road into the Bowling Green area. He may possibly be accompanied by a juvenile female who is listed as a missing person from the Fayette County area. Juvenile is W/f 5'5 108lbs blue eyes brown hair last seen wearing peach shirt, light blue jeans and boots, female is 14 years of age. This subject is considered armed and dangerous and extreme caution is to be used if contacted is made with the subject. If anyone sees a subject matching this description please contact the Kentucky State Police or you local agency.

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