Man Ordered Back to Jail for Failure to Support Child

A father who ignored a court order to pay support for his child is now in prison, Attorney General Jim Hood
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AG Destroys Counterfeit Goods and Disburses Seized Cash

Attorney General Jim Hood today destroyed $750,000 worth of counterfeit goods and dispersed seized cash from a recently closed case to
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Bank Employee Arrested for Embezzlement

Ashley Smith, 28, of Columbus was arrested today by Investigators with the Attorney General's Public Integrity Division following indictment by an
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AG Joins National Effort to Fight Prostitution, Child Sex Trafficking

Attorney General Jim Hood today joined a bi-partisan national coalition of 49 Attorneys General calling on Congress to amend the law
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AG’s Insurance Fraud Unit Makes Three Arrests in Unrelated Cases

The Attorney General's Insurance Fraud Unit has made three recent arrests, in unrelated cases, for Insurance and Workers' Compensation Fraud. Read More

Chickasaw County Couple Enters Guilty Please in Counterfeiting Scheme

"We have no choice but to dispose of these goods to keep them from ever being circulated in society," said Attorney
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New Albany Nurse Charged with Theft of Controlled Substance

A New Albany woman has been arrested on three charges of illegally acquiring or obtaining possession of a controlled substance, announced
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Petal Woman Arrested in Vulnerable Adult Exploitation Case

A Petal woman has been arrested and charged with one count of exploitation of a vulnerable adult, announced Attorney General Jim
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DeSoto County Woman Charged for Illegally Acquiring Controlled Substance

A former employee of the DeSoto Healthcare Center in Southhaven has been charged with acquiring a controlled substance through misrepresentation, fraud
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AGO Arrests Two Former Officers in Joint Operation

Two former Columbia police officers have been arrested for conspiracy to transfer controlled substances, Attorney General Jim Hood announced today. Read More
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