Thursday, November 29, 2012
Police go to 75 calls
Holly Springs police officers responded to 75 calls last week, according to chief William Hollowell.
The calls included – disturbances, 7; alarms, 12; larcenies, 2; assaults, 3; accidents, 3; assists to other agencies, 2; 911 hang-up calls, 1; domestics, 1; funeral escorts, 2; shots fired, 1; and 41 miscellaneous calls. The dog catcher responded to six calls.
Officers took the following reports:
Monday, Nov. 19
• domestic violence aggravated assault in the 300 block of Salem Avenue. An arrest was made.
• family dispute in the 400 block of Coopwood Drive. An arrest was made.
• threat in the 300 block of Martin Luther King Drive.
Tuesday, Nov. 20
• attempted kidnapping/domestic assault in the 400 block of West College Avenue.
• larceny in the 900 block of Mackie Drive.
• aggravated assault in the 100 block of South Chesterman Street. Four suspects charged, one still being sought.
Thursday, Nov. 22
• trespassing in the 300 block of Craft Street. Charges were filed.
Friday, Nov. 23
• simple assault by threat in the 400 block of Craft Street.
• malicious mischief in the 200 block of West Woodward Avenue.
Saturday, Nov. 24
• simple assault in the 100 block of West Woodward Avenue. Charges were filed.
Sunday, Nov. 25
• report of property found in the 600 block of Highway 7 South.
• domestic violence/aggravated assault in the Highway 178 West/Martin Luther King Drive area. An arrest was made.
• contraband in the Marshall County Correctional Facility. An arrest was made.
Officers made four felony arrests.
Quinton McLemore, 22, of the 2700 block of Slayden Street, was arrested on two counts of simple assault on a police officer, Hollowell said.
Jeffrey Scott Hinson, 41, of the 300 block of Salem Avenue, was arrested and charged with domestic violence/aggravated assault, with disorderly conduct, with failure to comply and with resisting arrest, Hollowell said.
Larry Davis, 23, of the 1800 block of Perry Chapel Road, Ashland, was arrested and charged with domestic violence/aggravated assault, contempt of court, with no driver's license and no liability insurance, Hollowell said.
Magkeshia Taylor, 29, of the 1600 block of 12th Avenue, Columbus, was charged with possession of contraband in a correctional facility, the chief said.
Officers reported the following citations – speeding, 3; loud music, 1; no/expired driver’s license, 3; and no proof of liability insurance, 1.
Officers made the following misdemeanor arrests - contempt of court, 6; trespassing, 1; domestic violence/simple assault/malicious mischief, 1; domestic violence/simple assault/petit larceny/contempt, 1; false reporting of a crime, 1; child in need of services,1 juvenile; possession of a controlled substance, 1.
Chief’s Tip of the Week
Purses should have tops that close with either zippers or snaps. Bag-style purses are an open invitation to thieves. Carry a purse close to the front of your body. Don't let shoulder-strap purses rest on your back hip.
Never leave a purse hanging over a chair or booth at a restaurant and never set it down on the floor. Keep it in your lap or in a seat next to you.
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