A woman was shot multiple times this morning at a gas station in Utica, Miss.
WLBT reports that the call came in around 5:30 a.m. according to Police Chief Timothy Miles.
The woman’s boyfriend, Jonah Bailey of Utica, turned himself in to Crystal Springs police. He has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Reportedly, Bailey threw out the gun used in the shooting on state Hwy. 27, but a driver noticed and turned the gun in to police.
The victim was transported to University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson. Her condition is unknown.
Crime Report from the Vicksburg Police Department
On Oct. 8, 2019, Vicksburg Police Department officers responded to a business burglary call at Hair It Iz, 1614 Bodley St. According to the complainant, someone broke into the building and took an unknown quantity of T-shirts. Total value of the T-shirts is estimated at $50.
On Oct. 8, 2019, officers responded to a residence in the 2700 block of Alcorn Drive for an earlier burglary. The complainant reported a 40-inch television, two laptop computers, a Samsung tablet, a PlayStation 360, a gold chain and $500 in cash were missing.
Arrest Made in Embezzlement Case
On Oct. 9, 2019, \Vicksburg Police Department investigators arrested Haley O’Briant, 128 Hunter Drive, Tallulah, La., on a charge of felony embezzlement. This matter had been reported to the Vicksburg Police on Oct. 4, 2019.
O’Briant is accused of stealing more than $56,000.00 from her employer. She appeared before Judge Angela Carpenter for her initial appearance today and was bound over to the Warren County Grand Jury on a $150,000 bond.
Anyone with information on these cases is asked to contact the Vicksburg Police Department at 601-636-2511.
Vicksburg man arrested for Tallulah, La., murder
Authorities in Madison Parish, La., have arrested a Vicksburg man, charging him with murder.
According to the Madison Parish Sheriff’s Office, the shooting occurred Oct. 8, 2019, in Tallulah, La. Investigators say they received a 911 call around 7 p.m. about a shooting in the 400 block of Cooledge Street. When they arrived, they found Marvin Guy slumped outside his doorstep. Upon further inspection they discovered he had been shot. The coroner pronounced Guy dead at the scene.
Vicksburg resident Chadwick Hearn was arrested and charged with second-degree murder in the case.
According to the sheriff’s office, an argument escalated into a shooting. It is believed the two did not know each other prior to the altercation.
Hearn is being held on a $200,000 bond.
Operation Triple Beam results in 149 arrests in North Mississippi.
Law enforcement officers have arrested 149 individuals in North Mississippi as part of an effort to reduce violent crime, drug crime and gang activity.
“Operation Triple Beam,” a U.S. Marshals led initiative, brought together federal, state, and local law enforcement partners in an effort to reduce crime in the Golden Triangle area by identifying and arresting violent fugitives, targeting violent gang activity, and collecting intelligence to allow for the systematic removal of individuals who are responsible for committing crimes in North Mississippi.
Among those arrested were 50 gang members. The operation also resulted in the seizure of approximately $65,820 worth of narcotics and narcotics related proceeds. In addition, 155 registered sex offenders living in Northeast Mississippi and the Golden Triangle area were checked for compliance with sex offender registration requirements. Compliance checks were also conducted on eight moderate and high-risk federal and state probationers.
The operation ran from July 15, 2019 through Aug. 30, 2019. It combined the efforts of a half dozen local law enforcement agencies across three counties in North Mississippi, along with state and federal law enforcement partners.
U.S. Marshal McKittrick and Chief Deputy Jeff Woodfin praised the collaboration.
“This initiative gave the public a small glimpse of what law enforcement carries out on a daily basis. We couldn’t be more proud of the men and women who worked diligently during this highly effective operation,” McKittrick said in a statement. “This all-hands-on-deck approach was pivotal in the success of this operation, which will make a difference in our communities. Some of these cases will be prosecuted in federal court and some in state court. There are additional ongoing investigations that may lead to future arrests, all of which are important in the pursuit of dismantling the criminal element in the Northern District of Mississippi.”
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