Glasgow Police Dept.

Glasgow police are saying an unidentified man acting strangely in their town Wednesday morning was the same man who robbed the Midwest American Federal Credit Union in Scottsville later that day.

Glasgow police say an employee at the Citizens First Bank at the South Gate Plaza called them Wednesday after a man wearing an obviously fake beard and latex gloves entered the bank. He stayed in the bank a few minutes before leaving.

Police say he was the same man seen in the parking lot of the Monticello Bank on Happy Valley Road about an hour earlier.

The same man, wearing a similar disguise, entered the credit union in Scottsville, displayed a gun, and left with an undisclosed amount of cash.

Anyone with information is asked to call their local police department.

Lisa Autry

The man charged in the brutal murder of a young girl in Allen County was back in court Wednesday.  Timothy Madden made his first court appearance since January.  He is awaiting trial for kidnapping, raping, sodomizing, and murdering seven-year-old Gabbi Doolin. 

During the preliminary hearing, the defense asked for more time to review evidence submitted by the prosecution.  Another court date was scheduled for September 7.  Outside the courtroom, Gabbi’s cousin Lori Doolin Wilson said the waiting is hard.

"We're all not happy with how slow it's going, but we understand that's the process," Wilson commented. "We just want justice served and this needs to be done correctly."

Doolin’s body was found in a creek behind Allen County-Scottsville High School last November just 30 minutes after being reported missing at a youth football game. 

Beth Hester

Two Allen County basket makers are in Washington D.C. to see their work featured in a new exhibit at the Smithsonian Institution.

But their plans could be ruined because of the government shutdown.

Scott Gilbert and Beth Hester are a husband-and-wife basket making team from Scottsville. One of Gilbert’s baskets is part of a Smithsonian exhibit scheduled to open to the public this Friday. That opening is in jeopardy unless Congress passes a measure funding the government.

Gilbert told WKU Public Radio he and his wife walked to the exhibit gallery Tuesday morning, only to find all the doors locked.

“Well, for a little while I was really mad about it. But when you’re standing here—we’re at the corner of I and 17th Avenues—and everything is hustle and bustle, and life goes on and the city goes on. I really don’t think they care much about the government here in Washington," Gilbert said with a laugh.

Sumitomo Electrical Wiring Systems in Scottsville and Yahagi America Molding in Park City have will expand their operations adding nearly two dozen new jobs. Sumitomo will re-open their previously shuttered first plant that began operations in 1988. The building is currently undergoing a $3 million renovation for manufacturing electric wire terminals produced for automotive wiring harness applications for their North American and European customer base.