Thursday, December 15, 2011
Suspect nabbed; another at large
By SUE WATSON
One person has been arrested in the Memphis, Tenn., area after a manhunt for suspects in the burglary of a home at Piperton, Tenn., and an ensuing flight to Marshall County, Sheriff Kenny Dickerson said.
The incident occurred on Friday, Dec. 2.
Israel Taylor, 31, of the Memphis area, was picked up by Shelby County authorities following the extensive manhunt, Dickerson said. She remains in jail awaiting extradition proceedings back to Marshall County on charges of accessory to the fact.
Her husband, Vince Taylor, 38, is still at large. He is wanted on charges of aggravated assault with a motor vehicle upon a patrol car driven by Maj. David Cook, according to Dickerson. The collision happened during the attempt to stop the flight of the suspects from Piperton authorities. He is also wanted on a charge of causing injury to a law officer in the line of duty, Dickerson said.
In other news, a Massey Ferguson tractor and bush hog stolen from Marshall County several weeks ago was recovered by Panola County deputies, according to Sheriff Dickerson.
He said officers found the equipment abandoned on the side of Eagle Road in Panola County. The tractor has been brought back to Marshall County and Dickerson said there are no suspects identified in the theft as yet. The tractor was taken from behind a residence in the 4600 block of Smith Grove Road several weeks ago.
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