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July 9th, 2013

Suspect Sought In Monday Night Shooting

July 9, 2013

West Point police were successful in the capture of three local fugitives, who had been on the run from alleged acts of shooting, now police are in search of another individual suspected of shooting a man Monday night.

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Two local fugitives captured

July 9, 2013

Two out of the three men wanted in connection to recent shooting incidents were captured and taken into custody by the West Point Police Department.

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Court hears hit-n-run case

July 9, 2013

No ruling has yet been entered on a West Point woman accused of ramming her vehicle into the back of another occupied vehicle on Highway 45 Alternate then allegedly leaving the scene of the accident.

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Circuit Court upholds ruling on DUI offender

July 9, 2013

A man, who appealed the ruling of the Clay County Justice Court, was found guilty Monday of driving under the influence of alcohol.

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July 4th

Tax Assessor: Dozens of local businesses at risk of closure

July 4, 2013

For the first time in years, Paige Lamkin, Clay County Tax Assessor/Collector, will be closing businesses in West Point that are delinquent in personal property taxes.

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Dubois becomes certified investigator

July 4, 2013

The West Point Police Department congratulated Narcotics Investigator Sergeant Jeremy Dubois for successfully completing Mississippi’s Certified Investigators Program and becoming a certified investigator.

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July 3rd

Have a happy and safe holiday

July 3, 2013

July 4th means grilling outside, getting together with family and friend and fireworks.

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Sheriff: Digital radio system a huge benefit

July 3, 2013

Fuzzy radio communications between law enforcement officials of the Clay County Sheriff’s Department and 911 dispatchers is no longer an issue. That’s all thanks to the installation of a new digital radio system, which transmits emergency messages across the radios 10 times better than the Sheriff’s Department’s old analog radio system.

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July 2nd

Animal hoarding case concludes

July 2, 2013

Correction: In Friday’s edition of the Daily Times Leader, we failed to mention that all legal channels and protocols had been observed in the rescue of the 32 animals. As an officer of the court, Linda Koch had been asked to investigate the situation by the Clay County Sheriff’s Dept. Court orders and documents were in place before the seizure of the animals. The Golden Triangle Horse Rescue was called Clay County Horse Rescue as an error. We at the Daily Times Leader apologize for any confusion.

Businessman Griggs remembered by community

July 2, 2013

Had it not been for their wives, West Point businessman Bobby Jenkins may have never met Douglas “Buddy” Griggs, the man who helped Jenkins find the perfect spot for his auto repair business, a man Jenkins calls his reliable, trustworthy friend of 21 years.

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DTL staff The West Point Green Wave girls golf team will travel to Holly Springs Monday and Tuesday...
DTL staff West Point senior Juan Davis signed his letter of intent Monday morning to play...
DTL staff STARKVILLE — The West Point varsity baseball team traveled to Starkville High Saturday...

 

 

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