Thursday, July 24, 2008
Police probe break-ins
By SUE WATSON
Officers with the Holly Springs Police Department responded to several burglary alarms and incidents over the week ending July 21.
Chief Robert Pearson said a burglary alarm call came in around 10:51 p.m., Monday, July 14, in the 100 block of East Boundary. Upon arrival to the scene, officers found the glass front door knocked out. Several bottles of canine anthelminic suspension were missing from the office.
In another incident, officers responded to an attempted burglary of a commercial building in the 100 block of Market Street, Tuesday, July 15. Officers were assigned to patrol the building when they discovered the front door of the business was shattered.
In a burglary, Thursday, July 17, a business in the 200 block of North Memphis Street was broken into. Several cell phones and about $100 in cash was missing. Entry was made into the building through a window on the north side of the building.
Another burglary of a commercial building was reported in the 500 block of Craft Street, Friday, July 18. The front door glass was shattered and several cell phones were taken.
Two arrests were made last week.
Pearson said Teresa Stewart, 31, of Holly Springs, was arrested Tuesday, July 15, and charged with aggravated assault.
Kevin A. Guy, 34, of Holly Springs, was arrested Friday, July 18, and charged with felony malicious mischief in the 800 block of Highway 7 North, Pearson said.
Officers responded to the following activities for the week: driving while license suspended (3); no proof of insurance (3), no tag/ expired tag (2); disregard for traffic device (1); simple assault (2); simple assault domestic violence (2); DUI (1); improper passing (1); malicious mischief (3); disorderly conduct (2); resisting arrest (2); and violation of dog ordinance (1).
Anyone having information regarding any crime committed in Holly Springs or the Marshall County area is asked to call either the police department at 662-252-2122 or Crime Stoppers at 800-729-2169. Callers do not have to give their names when leaving tips with police and may be entitled to a reward of up to $1,000.
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