Student arrested at Clarksville High School wanted on murder and robbery charges

Clarksville HS student arrested for murder

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- The Clarksville Police Department working with the US Marshall’s New Albany Office and Louisville Office responded to the Clarksville High School on Wednesday.  While on campus, officials arrested 18-year-old Kevin Grover, wanted on murder and 1st-degree robbery.

The Clarksville Community Administration cooperated in separating Grover to ensure students and staffs were not jeopardized during his arrest. Grover was taken into custody without incident.

He is currently in the custody of the US Marshall’s and will be brought back to Kentucky.

The Clarksville Community Schools put out this release after his arrest:

On Wednesday, September 7, Clarksville High School (CHS) was made aware of a situation by law enforcement that involved a CHS student. The student was immediately detained by Clarksville High School administration and law enforcement without any disruption, harm or injury to students or staff. Student and staff safety is our first focus and we can confirm, at no time were students or staff in danger.

Clarksville High School is cooperating fully with law enforcement. All questions regarding this ongoing police investigation should be directed to the Clarksville Police Department.

The Clarksville Police Department working with the US Marshall’s New Albany Office and Louisville Office responded to the Clarksville High School on Wednesday. While on campus, 18-year-old Kevin Grover, wanted on Murder and 1st Degree Robbery, was arrested.

WANTED (PDF): Kevin Grover


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