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The Tupelo Police Department has charged two suspects in connection with a shooting that occurred 07-15-14. Tiuntae Dixon and Jeremy Merideth are both being charged with aggravated assault. Dixon was arrested at a residence in Aberdeen and Merideth was taken into custody at a Tupelo hotel. The United States Marshalls Service Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive […]
The Tupelo Police Department has arrested Richie Darby, who was listed on the Top 5 Most Wanted in the city, and charged him with false pretense. Darby is accused of contracting with two separate homeowners to repair the roofs of their homes, demanding payment up front, and never returning to complete the work. Lee County […]
On June 20 and 21, The Tupelo Police Department participated in Operation Cross Country VIII. This operation consisted of Tupelo’s Criminal Investigation Division, Patrol Operations Division, North MS Narcotics Unit and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Over the two-day operation, a total of 13 suspects were charged with misdemeanor prostitution. One of those suspects was […]
The Tupelo Police Department has made an arrest in connection to a drive by shooting that occurred July 6. According to the victim he and the suspect, Shaquille Roby had gotten into a verbal argument on Front Street. The victim then left the scene with his three small children in his vehicle. A short time […]
A Tupelo man was arrested May 31 by authorities from the Tupelo Police Department, accused of stealing credit card information from residents’ mailboxes and using the information to buy things. James T. Edwards, 29, is under a $5,000 bond set by Lee County Justice Court Judge Sadie Holland. He is on probation with the Mississippi […]
On May 8, Tupelo Police officers arrested Michael A. Seals, 43 of Tupelo, for looting. The arrest stemmed from an incident that occurred on May 7. Seals was taken into custody without incident. Bond was set at $35,000 by Lee County Justice Court Judge Sadie Holland.
Those unused, expired or unwanted pharmaceutical drugs in your medicine cabinet or drawer could pose a danger to someone. But you can dispose of them safely from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., Saturday, April 26, at CVS Pharmacy, 702 West Main St., Tupelo. This is all a part of the National Take Back Initiative sponsored […]