Hopkinsville Grand Jury Returns Multiple Indictments for Kidnapping, Assault, and Robbery

Hopkinsville, Kentucky – A Christian County Grand Jury has handed down multiple indictments, including charges of kidnapping and assault. These serious allegations have raised concerns within the community and brought attention to the local justice system.

One of the individuals indicted is Jacob Pruitt, a 25-year-old resident of Hopkinsville. He faces charges of two counts of kidnapping, second-degree strangulation, first-degree criminal mischief, fourth-degree assault, and violation of a Kentucky EPO/DVO. Pruitt is accused of unlawfully restraining two minors in February, with the intention of depriving their parent or guardian of custody. Additionally, he allegedly wrapped his hands around the throat of one of his victims during the incident.

Another individual who has been indicted is Zyair Clack, a 23-year-old from Hopkinsville. Clack faces charges of second-degree assault, kidnapping, and first-degree robbery. According to the indictments, he allegedly caused physical harm to a victim in October of 2023. Clack is also accused of holding the victim against their will while armed with a dangerous weapon, with the intent to commit robbery.

The grand jury further indicted 33-year-old Alexius Lee of Hopkinsville. Lee faces charges of second-degree wanton endangerment, trafficking in methamphetamine (second offense), possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia. These charges stem from an incident that occurred in January.

In addition to Pruitt, Clack, and Lee, 22-year-old Fredrick Reeves II has also been indicted. Reeves faces charges of third-degree burglary and first-degree fleeing or evading the police. These charges are related to a foot pursuit that occurred in December of 2023.

These indictments have sent shockwaves through the community, highlighting the importance of a fair and thorough judicial process. As the legal proceedings continue, both the accused and the victims involved will have the opportunity to present their cases and seek justice.

The Christian County Grand Jury’s decision to indict these individuals demonstrates the commitment of local law enforcement and the judicial system to combat crime and ensure public safety. The community will be closely following these cases as they progress through the courts, hoping for a fair and just resolution.