Law Enforcement Report

Police Investigate Stolen Vehicle From Auto Lot

WATER VALLEY – Police are seeking information regarding an auto theft that occurred at Brown’s Used Cars on South Main.

A maroon 1983 Chevrolet C-10 pick-up truck was taken from the lot late Monday, Nov. 17, or early Tuesday, Nov. 18, according to Lt. Rick McCuan.

Anyone with information about the theft is asked to call the police department at 473-2933 or CrimeStoppers at 1-866-933-TIPS or by email to TIPS@YalobushaCounty.net.

Lt. McCuan reported the following additional law enforcement activity within the Water Valley City limits during the past week:

• Made four arrests for domestic simple assault;

• Made an arrest for shoplifting;

• Made an arrest for driving under suspension;

• Took a report of shoplifting;

• Issued 12 traffic citations;

• Investigated two crashes.

 

Coffeeville Crime Report

Man Arrested After Firing Shots At Motorist

COFFEEVILLE – Starsky Shaw, 24, was bound over to the grand jury on Tuesday, Nov. 18, according to Police Chief Mark Martin.

Shaw was arrested and charged with aggravated assault as a result of an incident that occurred Oct. 29. He allegedly fired shots at another motorist at the intersection of Hwy 7 and 330.

Shaw, who is on probation, is being held at the Panola County Jail by the Mississippi Department of Corrections awaiting a revocation hearing.

On Nov. 20 Coffeeville Police arrested a shoplifter at Piggly Wiggly on Okahoma Street.

Chief Martin reported the following activity from Coffeeville City Court:

• One violation for open container;

• One violation for public drunk;

• One violation for failure to obey officer;

• Six violations for improper/no tag;

• Four violations for expired/no driver’s license;

• Two violations for driving with suspended license;

• One violation for possession of a controlled substance;

• Two violations for failure to obey sign/traffic control device;

• Two violations for careless driving;

• One violation for driving with a suspended license (DUI);

• One violation for possession of marijuana, first offense;

• One violation for resisting arrest;

• One violation for failure to obey officer;

• One seatbelt violation;

• One violation for DUI, first offense;

• One violation for domestic violence.

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