19-year-old Brookhaven Resident Going to Prison for DUI Deaths of Two Brookhaven High Students

Charles W. Acy, III, 19, of Brookhaven, has been sentenced for aggravated DUI, announced Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood today.
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Mississippi Death Row Inmate Loses Appeal to Supreme Court

The United States Supreme Court has refused to hear an appeal for Mississippi Death Row Inmate Thomas Loden, Jr. Loden
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Former Greenville Police Officer Arrested for Death of her Husband

Kvonya Moore, 41, of Greenville, has been arrested and charged with first degree murder for the death of her husband, announced
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Pearl River County Man Faces Embezzlement Charges

Paul Bradley Holliday, 47, of Poplarville, MS, has been has been indicted by a Pearl River County Grand Jury on three
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Former Diamondhead City Manager Arrested for Perjury

A former employee for the city of Diamondhead has been arrested following indictment for perjury, announced Attorney General Jim Hood today.
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Three Members of “Trash Bag Gang” Sentenced for Crimes in Choctaw County

Three members of the so-called “trash bag gang” have been sentenced for crimes in Choctaw County, announced MBN Director Sam Owens
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Madison County Judge Arrested for Simple Assault on a Vulnerable Person

A Madison County Judge has been arrested for simple assault on a vulnerable person, confirmed Attorney General Jim Hood today. Read More

Madison County Resident Going to Prison for Possession of a Controlled Substance

A Madison man has been sentenced to prison for possession of a controlled substance, announced Attorney General Jim Hood today. Leabrian
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Hinds County Man Going to Prison for Simple Robbery

A Jackson resident has been sentenced to prison for simple robbery and receiving stolen property, announced Attorney General Jim Hood today.
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Public Employee Indicted in Adams County for Embezzlement

Charles Nations, age 42, of Natchez, was arrested Monday following indictment by an Adams County Grand Jury on one count
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