April 28, 2011
Police seek murder suspect
Police are looking for Jeremy McGauyhey, 33, in connection with the murder of a Holly Springs man and possible shooting of a second man, according to chief Robert Pearson.
An arrest warrant has been issued for McGauyhey, he said, on an open charge of murder.
The shooting, a second one in less than two weeks in the city, took place Monday, April 25, at approximately 2:50 a.m. in the parking lot of the Bearcat Sports Bar and Holly Inn Motel at 360 Highway 178 West (Martin Luther King Drive), Pearson said.
Three charged in theft
Three suspects have been charged with copper wire theft and one suspect is at large, according to sheriff Kenny Dickerson.
The three individuals were arrested by Marshall County sheriff’s deputies and investigators April 19 and April 20 and charged with burglary of a commercial building. Two of those three suspects turned themselves in to authorities and made bond. A fourth suspect has been identified and an arrest warrant and BOLO (Be On Look Out) have been issued on the National Crime Information Center. Shelby County Safe Streets Task Force and Memphis police were also alerted, the sheriff said.
Four honored for volunteerism
Three men from Marshall County and one who volunteers at Strawberry Plains Audubon Center were among 25 recently honored at the Presidential Volunteer Service Awards ceremony in Senatobia.
Citizens want voices heard
Two community concerns of intense interest to Holly Springs residents were brought before the mayor and board of aldermen last week by two groups.
One group is worried about a proposed subdivision at the old Holly Springs Country Club property. The other group is worried about increasing crime in the city.
County board of supervisors updated on Community Services
Steve Gaines, director of Northeast Mississippi Community Services, met with the board of supervisors recently to provide an update on services, budgets and new regulations that affect the way the agency operates.
Director describes IDA’s role
Bill Mobley, executive director of the Marshall County Industrial Authority, was guest speaker at Rotary April 13. He described how IDA was organized and its present activities and role.
Byhalia police responded to 44 calls last week.
Chief Gary Looney released the following report – alarm calls, 5; miscellaneous, 9; escorts, 9; juveniles, 1; disturbances, 1; domestic, 1; assists, 1; motor vehicle accidents, 1; fires, 3; burglaries, 2; and medical, 11.
Byhalia police officers also made two arrests last week.
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