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Michael A. Seals

Michael A. Seals

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.


DRUGSThose 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 by the Tupelo Police Department .

The effort is designed to keep Tupelo drug free and to keep our environment clean. And it’s quick and easy! Just drive up and drop off your medications, and you’ll be on your way.

If you have any questions, call Capt. Tony McCoy, Tupelo Police Department at 662-841-6586 or email him at tony.mccoy@tupeloms.gov.

Or, if you live outside Tupelo, follow this link to find the location nearest you: www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov

 


 

Michael E. Taylor

Michael E. Taylor

On March 31, the Tupelo Police Department arrested Michael E Taylor for burglary of a dwelling and DUI third.

Officers responded to a burglary call on Clayton Street at 10 pm, where the owner reported that the residence had been broken into and several items were missing. Home electronics, decorative items and various home furnishings were missing.

At approximately 11:20 pm officers were dispatched to a residence on W Jackson St for a disturbance. At the scene they located Taylor and arrested him for a felony DUI warrant.  The officers noticed that the stolen items from the earlier report were in Taylor’s residence.

Lee County Justice Court Judge Sadie Holland set Taylor’s bond at $10,000.


Robinson, left, and Whiteside

Robinson, left, and Whiteside

On March 20, the Tupelo Police Department arrested Tyler C Robinson and Matthew C Whiteside for grand larceny.

Officers were dispatched to a wreck that occurred on S Veterans Blvd. While there officers discovered that the two men had sold a trailer to the scrap yard.

After an investigation it was determined that the two had stolen the trailer earlier that morning from a business on McCullough Blvd.

Robinson is currently out on bond for three counts of grand larceny from Lee and Pontotoc counties.

Lee County Justice Court Judge Ricky Thompson set Robinson’s bond at $150,000.00. Whiteside’s was set at $5,000.00.


 

Samuel K. Hall

Samuel K. Hall

On 03-20-14 the Tupelo Police Department arrested Samuel K Hall and a 17-year-old juvenile for burglary of a dwelling.

Officers were dispatched to a 911 call of a burglary in progress on Central Avenue. When the officers arrived they witnessed one of suspects look out and run back into the residence.

Samuel Hall was taken into custody inside the residence and the juvenile was arrested attempting to exit a window.

Property from the home was located on the suspects along with a tool used to commit the burglary.

Both suspects are being investigated for their involvement in other burglaries.

Lee County Justice Court Judge Sadie Holland set Hall’s bond at $5,000.00

 

 


 

Adrian McCoy

Adrian McCoy

On 03-20-14 the Tupelo Police Department arrested Adrian McCoy and a 16 year old juvenile for vehicle burglaries.

Residents in around Deer Park Road reported that three males, dressed in all black had been seen walking in their yards. The residents also noticed that their vehicles had been burglarized.

Officers arrived in the area and after a brief foot chase the suspects were lost. Later two suspects were taken into custody.

The juvenile was located at the Huddle House. McCoy was located at the Wingate Inn and arrested without incident.

McCoy is also being charged with a burglary of a dwelling that occurred earlier this year. McCoy is currently out on bond for armed robbery, kidnapping and aggravated assault.

Lee County Justice Court Judge John Hoyt Sheffield set McCoy’s bond at $500,000.


In November,  Tupelo Police Chief Bart Aguirre and Deputy Chief Allan Gilbert received a“Statement of Support” from Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (from left to right) Bob Chesnut, Chief Bart Aguirre, Deputy Chief Allan Gilbert, and Bill Allen.

In November, Tupelo Police Chief Bart Aguirre and Deputy Chief Allan Gilbert received a“Statement of Support” from Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (from left to right) Bob Chesnut, Chief Bart Aguirre, Deputy Chief Allan Gilbert, and Bill Allen.


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