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Deputies Stay Busy During The Holidays

Wet roads were cited in this minor accident around 11 p.m. on New Year’s Day on Frostland Drive in Water Valley. The accident was worked by deputies, who recorded multiple DUI arrests during the holiday period.

By David Howell
Editor


WATER VALLEY – Deputies recorded a busy holiday period with DUI arrests topping the sheriff’s report from the holidays,
    Heather Cox of Clarksdale was arrested on Dec. 31 after avoiding a checkpoint in Oakland. She was charged with careless driving, driving while her license was suspended, providing false information to police, possession of drug paraphernalia and misdemeanor possession of cocaine. A male passenger in the vehicle is still wanted by deputies after resisting arrest and fleeing on foot.
    Other misdemeanor drug arrests included
• Marcus Hardiman of Grenada was arrested on Jan. 1 for possession of marijuana in a motor vehicle and no driver’s license;
    • Adrian Booker of Grenada was arrested on Jan. 1 for possession of marijuana;
    • Kelvin Tarrance of Cascilla was arrested on Dec. 19 for possession of paraphernalia;
    • Samantha Elmore of Grenada was arrested Dec. 21 for possession of paraphernalia;
    • Robert Ralston of Grenada was arrested Dec. 21 for possession of paraphernalia;
    • David Fullilive of Grenada was arrested Dec. 21 for speeding, driving while license is suspended and possession of paraphernalia;
    Other arrests included:
    • Two arrests for DUI, first offense;
    • An arrest for no driver’s license;
    • An arrest for driving with a suspended license;
    • An arrest for DUI, first offense and careless driving
    • An arrest for following too close, no driver’s license, possession of paraphernalia and disorder conduct;
    • An arrest for no driver’s license and DUI, first offense;
    • An arrest for careless driving, no driver’s license and DUI, first offense;
    • An arrest for careless driving and DUI, first offense; and
    • An arrest for contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

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