January 17, 2008
Local News Briefs
Fortunately, stormy weather results in only minor damage
A stormy Thursday in Marshall County, which included tornado watches and warnings, produced only minor damage.
“It was not too bad in our area – nothing significant,” said Hugh Hollowell, emergency management coordinator for the county.
A tree fell on a shed on Lindsey Road, west of Byhalia off of Highway 178 and near the county line. It caused minor damage.
There was also flooding across Highway 309 in the Barton area.
On the other end of the county, at Bethlehem, strong winds caused a double-wide mobile home on Brownlee Road to move on its foundation about two inches, Hollowell said.
The brick underpinning on the back side was also knocked down.
“The lady was inside when it happened but not hurt,” he said.
Also, the box trailer portion of an 18-wheeler was turned over at the intersection of Highway 349 and Brownlee Road.
Police investigate shooting; victim transported to Med
Holly Springs police officers are investigating a shooting that took place January 7, according to chief Robert Pearson.
Officers were alerted to the shooting after receiving a call from Alliance HealthCare System.
Jeremy Derrell Young, 19, of Holly Springs, was discovered to have multiple gunshot wounds to both thighs, he said. Young was transported to the Memphis Med.
Police made an arrest in another incident that took place January 10. Eddie Lewis Isom, 28, of Holly Springs, was arrested on an outstanding warrant charging burglary of a dwelling and shooting into a dwelling. Isom was also charged with assault on a police officer and resisting arrest, Pearson said.
Holly Springs officers responded to these additional activities for the week ending January 14 – driving while license suspended (3); no proof of insurance (6); no tag/expired tag (1); reckless driving (1); expired driver’s license (2); improper passing (1); malicious mischief (1); simple assault (1); domestic violence-simple assault (1); trespassing (1); and shoplifting (1).
Anyone having information regarding any crime committed in Holly Springs or Marshall County is asked to contact the Holly Springs Police Department at 662-252-2122 or Marshall County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-729-2169.
Callers do not have to give their name when reporting crime tips to police and they may be entitled to a reward of up to $1,000.
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