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November 29, 2012

Thursday, November 29, 2012

MERIDIAN — Meridian Police Department

    The following people were arrested Tuesday by the Meridian Police Department, according to Lauderdale County Detention Facility records:

    • Willie E. English, 47, 1719 Highway 19 North, embezzlement and three counts of pest control violation.

    • Joseph Lakendrick Hare, 25, 1702 Bunk Newell Road; Felony DUI

    The Meridian Police Department reported the following incidents from 12:01 a.m. Tuesday to 12:59 p.m. Tuesday:

Residential Burglary

    • 2400 block of 37th Avenue, daytime

    • 1700 block of 36th Avenue, nighttime

Commercial Burglary

    • Auto Burglary, Parkview School

    • 2400 block of Highway 19 North

    • 2900 block of St. Luke, nighttime

Robbery  

    •Armed robbery, Cefco on North Hills Street

 

Shots fired

    • 53rd Avenue and 5th Street, car struck by bullet

Lauderdale County Sheriff's Department

    The following people were arrested Tuesday by the Lauderdale County Sheriff's Department:

    • Donald E. Alexander, 71, 2081 Pigford Lane; simple assault, attempting to create fear.

    • Marvin R. Carter, 36, 8325 Poplar Springs Drive; possession of methamphetamine with intent

    • Melanie Nicole Litton, 33, 2457 Lilac Ave.; sale of methamphetamine.

    • Danny Eugene Williamson Jr., 28, 10950 Road 315; failure to pay Justice Court; five counts of contempt of court.

    The Lauderdale County Sheriff's Department reported the following incidents on Tuesday:

Shots fired

    • 9700 block of State Boulevard Extension

Theft

    • 8300 block of Poplar Springs Drive, Meridiain

    • 8400 block of Kewanee Road, Toomsuba

Vandalism

    • 9700 block of Mt. Carmel Road, Meridian

Burglary

    • 10000 block of Gipson Road, Collinsville

    • 2700 block of Valley Road, Meridian

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