The FBI is now involved in a homicide investigation involving a missing Choctaw woman, whose body was found in a ravine in rural Noxubee County. A tip led sheriff’s deputies in Noxubee County to Butler Rd. “And sure enough there was a body out here,” says Noxubee County Sheriff Terry Grassaree. Multplie agencies were called to the scene and recovered the body of a Choctaw woman, who was reported missing more than a month ago. “We’re trying to see where… Read More.
Michael Brown, 57, 225 Lewis Avenue, Philadelphia, disordered conduct Jennifer Q. Dunn, 37, 1004 North Columbus Avenue, Louisville, trespassing Dwana Lynn Hamilton, 52, 1407 Colony Park Drive, Pearl, disorderly conduct, simple assault on a police officer Kristina Leanna Jones, 29, 155 Tyson Drive, Toxey, Al, hold for other agency Nigell Quotez Lewis, 36, 10341 Road 1361, Philadelphia, driving under the influence (DUI) 1st offense Stacie Lynn Miles, 34, 10110 Road 389, Philadelphia, serving sentence Luis Raul Orozco, 37, 624 Columbus… Read More.
“Lunch For Laiken” fundraiser event will be held on Thursday, August 24 from 11 am – 1 pm at Neshoba General Hospital. Laiken Cole is a one-year old little girl battling neuroblastoma. Mugshots is partnering with the community in efforts to support the Cole family. Laiken is the daughter of Howard & Laura Cole of Philadelphia. Laura Cole is one of our Emergency Department nurses at Neshoba General. Laiken has recently relapsed and is again receiving aggressive cancer treatments. In… Read More.
Kicks Picks Presented By Wheel-In Grocery of Carthage is off to a very exciting start for 2017. Over one hundred entries were submitted for Week 1 with three entries tied for the top spot correctly selecting 14 out of 15. The winner of Week 1 is Casey Henderson, of Carthage , in the tie breaker. Casey is the winner of the Tailgate Prize Pack courtesy of Wheel-In. The other two who tied for the best submissions were Ronald Ballard of… Read More.
The Neshoba County Courthouse is receiving a new Roof as part of the Energy Services and Conservation Project authorized by the Neshoba County Board of Supervisors earlier this year. The roofing portion of the project started on Saturday, August 19th and will continue into the week of August 21st until completed. The old roof was removed using a hydrovac technique which used water and a vacuum to remove the aggregate material on the existing roof on Saturday. The new poly… Read More.
A man died Monday afternoon on the Choctaw Reservation after jumping into a community pond and not resurfacing. Choctaw Police and emergency personnel responded to the call Monday afternoon around 3 pm of a possible drowning. A witness stated that the man had entered the water but did not return to the surface. The witness said the victim had stayed under water more than two minutes when 911 was called. An officer with the Choctaw Police Department recovered the victim… Read More.
A new fiscal year could mean pay raises for city workers in Philadelphia. After crunching the numbers, “[The city] will go into the next year in the black,” says Mayor James Young. There isn’t much wiggle room though, thanks to a $200,000 shortfall in sales tax. “There is no explaining it. The city is bustling and new businesses are coming,” says Young. Despite the deficiency, Philadelphia is considering pay raises for all city workers. First responders and other departments could… Read More.
Ann Clark, 51, 10160 Road 3490, Philadelphia, contempt of court Angela Davis, 32, Route 2, Box 176 A, DeKalb, disturbance of family Timothy Keith Fowler, 54, 512 Montgomery Avenue, Philadelphia, disorderly conduct Micheal Vernon Johnson, 40, 9244 Candy Cane Lane, Meridian, disorderly conduct Stephanie Dennis, 30, 108503 Road 387, Philadelphia, failure to pay fine, failure to appear Leon Keith Giles, 21, 14569 Highway 21 South, Philadelphia, malicious mischief under $1000, simple assault Magali Hernandez, 31, 11901 Highway 486, Philadelphia, disturbance… Read More.