Charles M. Ward, 1984
Lillie Temple, 1955
Compulsory School Law
Sherman Kennedy, 1955
Front St Ext
Laceda F. Walker , 1966
West Fountain Rd, Forest Ms
Cashedra Sherrod, 1989
The following were reported to Meridian P.D. from the time period of Tuesday at 00:01 to Tuesday at 23:59.
4000 block of 31st Avenue, unknown time
3000 block of 45th Avenue, attempted, daytime
5000 block of 22nd Street, attempted, arrest made, nighttime
2700 block of 12th Avenue, daytime
5100 block of Druid Lane, daytime
300 block of 55th Avenue, nighttime
Northeast High School, nighttime
1200 block of North Frontage Road, nighttime
1700 block of 2nd Street South, daytime
Magnolia Courts, recovered, nighttime
185 calls for service
Monday morning, Meridian Police responded to a Residential Burglary in the 2500 block of 44th Avenue. A witness to the burglary gave Police a description of the suspect and he was taken into custody within minutes at a residence located nearby. Meridian Police have now charged 21 year old Alvin Terry Ricks of Meridian and charged him with Residential Burglary. His bond was set at $5,000.
Yesterday afternoon, Meridian Police arrested 41 year old Blondie M. Green of Meridian and charged her with Accessory after the Fact to Motor Vehicle Theft. This charge stems from an incident involving her son Markeey Green who was arrested Monday for Motor Vehicle Theft from the Briarwood area burglaries last week. Bond was set at $25,000.
Yesterday afternoon, the Meridian Police Department's DART team arrested 17 year old Deion Cole of Toomsuba. Cole was wanted in connection with the Highland Park robbery reported last week. Cole has now been charged with Armed Robbery. Cole is the last suspect wanted from the incident. Cole's bond was set at $250,000.
At 1100 hours, a lone black male entered the Commercial Bank on Highway 39 and robbed a teller at gunpoint.
The suspect is described as a black male, 5-05 to 5-08, around 150 pounds and between 18 to 25 years of age. He was armed with a shotgun.
The getaway vehicle is described as a black Jeep Cherokee with a broken drivers side rear window and fake chrome air vents on the front fenders. The vehicle did not have a tag. The vehicle also had empty green and white feed sacks inside.
The suspect fled east from the bank on Old Country Club.
If you have any information about this crime contact Police at 601-485-1863 or Crimestoppers at 601-485-1860.
Captain Dean L. Harper