Noe Completes Basic Enforcement Training
Water Valley Police Officer Nathan James Noe completed the Basic Law Enforcement Training Program at the Tupelo Police Academy Dec. 11 after a ten-week training course, according to Chief Mike King. Officer Noe was hired in September and started his training at the Tupelo Police Academy on Oct 5. He is married to Jennifer Davis Noe and they have two children, Ava and Allison.
City Police Report
WATER VALLEY – Lt. Rick McCuan reported the following law enforcement activity within the Water Valley City limits during the past week:
• Made an arrest for possession of drug paraphernalia and also held the individual on a county warrant;
• Made an arrest for DUI, second offense;
• Made an arrest for public drunk;
• Made an arrest for shoplifting;
• Made an arrest for disorderly conduct;
• Took a report of shoplifting;
• Took a report of disorderly conduct;
• Issued 12 traffic citations;
• Investigated one crash.
County Crime Report
Cooler temperatures and several days of raining is attributed to low calls coming to the Yalobusha County Sheriff’s Department according to Sheriff Lance Humphreys.
Calls for service during the last week include:
• Worked a traffic accident on County Road 211 on Dec. 13. The motorist struck an “orphan” cow, according to Humphreys. An orphan cow, the sheriff elaborated, is a cow whose owner cannot be located if it is struck by a vehicle.
• Worked a traffic accident on County Road 127 on Dec. 9. A flooded road was cited as the cause of the accident by the motorist.
• Worked a traffic accident after a vehicle struck a deer on County Road 22.
• Responded to another traffic accident involving a deer on County Road 212 on Dec. 11.
• Took a report of a lost vehicle tag on Dec. 10.