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May 30th

Three Jailed On Felony Drug Charges

May 30, 2013

On May 28, 2013 the Clay County Sheriff Department assisted by the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics arrested 3 individuals on felony drug warrants. Arrested were Brandon Butler, age 27, on 2 felony drug warrants for Sale of Cocaine, Dana Gustavis, age 27, on a felony drug warrant for Sale of Marijuana and Malicious Mischief and Lyndon Fisher, age 49, on a felony drug warrant for Sale of Hydrocodone and Sale of Alprazolam.

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Man Wanted By Clay County Authorities

May 30, 2013

Montrell Collins aka Peanut (DOB 06-16-1981), is wanted by Clay County Sheriff Department for felony malicious mischief and 2 counts trespassing. Last known address is 2329 Gillespie Road, Cedar Bluff.
Anyone with any information on this individual is encouraged to contact the Golden Triangle Crime Stoppers at 1-800-530-7151 or the Clay County Sheriff’s Department at 662-494-2896.

Plunkett, Pittman take stand

May 30, 2013

An eight-member jury settled into their seats Thursday for the third day of testimony in a case against the city of West Point alleging race discrimination and wrongful termination.

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Circuit Clerk’s office switching to electronic filing

May 30, 2013

The invention of paper and ink may have been a businessman’s dream in the old days of operating a company from day to day. But what came along and made it even better? The computer.

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BankFirst closing Waverly branch

May 30, 2013

BankFirst Financial Services will close its West Point Waverly branch on September 3, 2013 bank officials have reported.

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May 29th

Plunkett suit against the city continues this week in court

May 29, 2013

Friction. Turmoil. Belittlement. Disarray. All these terms were used Wednesday in Aberdeen’s federal court to describe the situation in the West Point Water and Light Department that allegedly led to the termination of Shasta Plunkett, former interim supervisor of the department.

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Moore’s mission at Town Creek is to save souls

May 29, 2013

Minister Lester Moore knows that Town Creek is a long way from total transformation, but the evangelist has already put a dent in some of the nefarious activities the apartment complex has become known for around town.

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City to honor more than 1,300 soldiers

May 29, 2013

There are more than 1,300 soldiers from West Point who have either been killed in the line of duty for their country or have passed on after serving honorably in the Armed Forces.

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May 28th

WPPD seeks suspect in armed robbery

May 28, 2013

The West Point Police Department is closing in on a suspect connected to a reported armed robbery which took place on East Main Street Sunday afternoon.

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“In memory of Wolf”

May 28, 2013

For the past five years, an unidentified person has flowers and a card on the statue of Howlin’ Wolf in West Point. The card reads each year “In memory of Howlin’ Wolf.” Standing by the Memorial Day flowers are Angelika and Jessi Smith of West Point. Submitted Photo

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