Thursday, September 17, 2009
Police make arrests, investigate burglaries
The Holly Springs Police Department made two arrests last week and reported three burglaries and one grand larceny, according to chief Robert Pearson.
Eldridge Hampton, 28, of Holly Springs, was arrested September 9 and charged with aggravated assault, he said.
Brittany Gray, 29, of Waterford, was arrested September 10, and charged with domestic aggravated assault, he said.
A radio was reported stolen from an auto in the 100 block of West Valley on September 10. A vehicle operated by the Holly Springs Utility Department was taken in the Chesterman Street area on September 11 and was recovered in the 400 block of Ridgecrest the same day.
A dwelling was burglarized in the 600 block of Salem on September 12 but nothing was found missing.
A commercial building was burglarized on September 13 but nothing was reported missing. Entry was through a break in the front door glass.
Officers issued 20 citations – speeding (9), ran stop light (5), no driver's license (2), no insurance (3), and DUI (1).
Misdemeanor arrests included – petit larceny (3); malicious mischief (1); threat (1); domestic violence-simple (4); disturbing the peace (3); simple assault (2); intimidation (1); stolen merchandise (1); public drunk (1); false information (1); and disorderly conduct (1).
Report for Sept. 1-7
Police made one arrest and reported four burglaries for the week.
Orlando Elliott, 32, of Holly Springs, was arrested September 2, and charged with domestic aggravated assault, according to Pearson.
Several bicycles and bicycle parts were reported missing from a commercial building in the 100 block of Falconer Avenue, September 1.
Two vending machines were burglarized with a small amount of cash removed following the burglary of a commercial building in the 200 block of E. College Avenue September 3.
Nothing was reported missing following a breaking and entering of a commercial building in the 100 block of W. Valley, September 5.
Locks were cut on several storage units in the 900 block of Highway 7 South September 5. Two Mongoose mountain bicycles and a flat screen television were reported missing.
Officers issued the following citations for the week – improper equipment (1); suspended driver's license (1); suspended D.L. - implied consent (1); handicap parking (1); speeding (9); expired/no tag (4); no/expired driver's license (3); leaving the scene (3); and no insurance (3).
Misdemeanors for the week included – malicious mischief (1); petit larceny (2); threat (30; trespassing (4); public drunk (1); shoplifting (1); loud music (1); possession of paraphernalia (1); simple assault (3); disorderly conduct (2); domestic simple assault (3); and domestic aggravated assault (1).
News: (662) 252-4261 or email@example.com
Questions, comments, corrections: firstname.lastname@example.org
©2004, The South Reporter, All Rights Reserved.
No part of this site may be reproduced in any way without permission.
The South Reporter is a member of the Mississippi Press Association.
Site managed and maintained by
South Reporter webmasters Linda Jones, Kristian Jones
Web Site Design - The South Reporter
Back | Top of Page