Area reports

Published 11:11 am Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Police department

The Brookhaven Police Department’s reports for Tuesday were as follows:

• Suspicious person on Short Street

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• Alarm on Dale Trail

• Theft on Highway 51 North

• Vandalism on Quail Run Drive

• Animal control on Myra Street

• Traffic stop on North First Street

• Counterfeit check in Brookhaven Area

• Animal control on Moak Street

• Alarm on Brignall Road

• Traffic stop on East Monticello Street

• Reckless driving on South Main Street

• Complainant on Industrial Park Road

• Traffic accident on South Whitworth Avenue

• Problem with juvenile on East Cherokee Street

• Animal control on Brookway Boulevard

• Disturbance on Old Wesson Road

• Threats on North First Street

• Subject with gun on Union Street

• Fraud on Highway 51 South

• Alarm on Crider Drive

• Complainant on Brookman Drive

• Vehicular accident on Union Street

• Traffic stop on Highway 84

• Theft on East Washington

• Public assist on Brookway Boulevard

• Complainant on Ash Street

• Traffic stop on Old Highway 51

• Public assist on North First Street

• Vehicular accident on Brookway Boulevard

• Disturbance on Haven Road

• Found property on Brookway Boulevard

• Suspicious vehicle on Loblolly Lane

• Loitering on Cloverdale Street

• Traffic stop on West Monticello Street

• Traffic stop on Loblolly Lane Northeast

• Public assist on North Church Street

• Traffic stop on Brookway Boulevard

• Disturbance on Georgia Avenue

• Complainant on Brookway Boulevard

• Disturbance on Williams Street

• Discharging firearm on Williams Street

• Traffic stop on Schwen Avenue

• Traffic stop on West Congress Street

• Alarm on North Whitworth Avenue

Sheriff’s office

The Lincoln County Sheriff’s office reports for Monday were as follows:

• Burglar alarm on Highway 84 West

• Unlock on Mary Street

• Unlock at Sonic

• Burglar alarm on Imperial Lane

• Direct traffic on Springfield Trail

• Burglar alarm on Heucks Retreat Road

• Forgery on Highway 98 Southwest

• Suspicious person on Bogue Chitto Road

• Unlock on Callender Road

• Suspicious vehicle on Highway 583

• Unlock on Dunn-Ratcliff Road

• Theft on Dogwood Trail

• Unlock at Wal-Mart

• Suspicious person on Dunn-Ratcliff Road

• Suspicious person on Lott Smith Road

• Unlock on Old Highway 51

• Unlock on Old Wesson Road

• Burglar alarm on Venice Trail

• Intoxicated driver on Bogue Chitto Road/Stack

• Shots fired on Sams Road

• Burglar alarm on Caseyville Road

• Traffic accident on Highway 550

• Prowler on Fern Lane


The Lincoln County Jail Docket for Monday was as follows:

• Ashley Smith, 12-06-88, of 553 Montgomery Road, Bogue Chitto — arrested for probation violation by Mississippi Department of Corrections.

Note: An arrest does not constitute guilt for the accused. All individuals are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Copiah County Reports 

The Wesson Volunteer Fire Department reported a medical call on Tyson Road. Firefighters responded at approximately 2:06 p.m. and cleared the scene at 2:37 p.m.

Highway Patrol Reports

Mississippi Highway Patrol Troop M reported a two-vehicle car accident with no injuries. The incident occurred on Highway 550 near Loyd Star at around 2:58 p.m.

King’s Daughters Ambulance Report

King’s Daughters Medical Center Ambulance Service had nine calls Tuesday; two were transfers, with both to Jackson. There were seven emergency calls, with four medical, three in the city and one in the county. There were three motor vehicle accidents in the city.

Local weather stats

The Wastewater Treatment Facility in Brookhaven reported a high of 57 degrees for Tuesday and a low of 38. The temperature at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday was 51 degrees. There was .06 inches of precipitation.

River stages

On Tuesday the Mississippi River stage at Vicksburg, where the flood stage is 43 feet, was 37.6, up 1.0 feet in the past 24 hours. In Natchez, where the flood stage is 48 feet, was 44.6, up 0.4 feet in the past 24 hours. The Pearl River stage at Jackson, where the flood stage is 12 feet, was 14.7, up 0.1 feet in the past 24 hours.