Deputies Say Man Reached For Gun During Traffic Stop
Edmonson Voice Staff Report:
A Brownsville man is facing multiple felonies after allegedly firing two shots through the window of a Sunfish man's vehicle.
The Edmonson County Sheriff's Office said they responded to a complaint in Sunfish where an unnamed victim said a man had fired two shots at him, entering the window of the victim's vehicle. The victim named the suspect as Ronnie Corn, (54) of Brownsville. The victim also gave a detailed description of Corn and his vehicle.
Sheriff's deputies said they began a search of the area and soon found a vehicle of the same description. After a traffic stop, officials said that the driver gave officers his name, but when they asked for the man's identification, he reached for a gun in between the seats of the vehicle. The man was quickly subdued and detained. Deputies positively identified the man as Ronnie Corn and there were two shots missing from his pistol.
Deputies also reported that Corn was intoxicated and through investigation discovered that he was a convicted felon from a previous conviction. He was arrested and charged with: