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So far, 12 arrests have been made in A drug roundup in Kemper County Friday and Saturday.

Numerous agencies were involved in a year-long investigation. Authorities say they have outstanding arrest warrants for others who have not been apprehended.

Suspect
Teddy Griffin, sale of crack cocaine
Cordarius Rush, poss of marijuana
Charles Madison, assault/domestic violence
Franklin King, sale of marijuana
Nicholas Rush, sale of crack cocaine
Andre Donald, sale of marijuana
Asad Baseemah, sale of marijuana
L. C. Harrison, sale of crack cocaine
Kevin Smith, sale of marijuana
Larry Adams, sale of marijuana


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  • by ed on Nov 22, 2009 at 05:39 PM
    it is sad when text messaging is now the excepted part of English in all levels of schools. To LMAO what have you done to help get them off the streets. Concern Cititzen yes we know the schools are trouble, but the fact is no one wants to hold the NEA accountable and areas that have tried their response was and our point is.. WE ARE THE PRO's my answer is stop with the NEW education go back to basics on all levels teach the kids how to study smarter rather then dump the load on them. cut money stop buying new books all the time because the new ones are more PC then the older ones. math doesnt change reading doesnt change history doesnt change just re-written to sound better. MCC has new books all the time same book different cover pages are changed abit ie what was on 245 is now on 235.. sheesh spend 80- 120 per book for that change for what.. lower schools most times are no different.
  • by concerned citizen Location: kemper on Nov 19, 2009 at 06:14 PM
    there are bigger problems going on in the school distict .kids do not have textbooks and the school is running a three ring circus.if they would put more effort in the school the kids would be more prductive!
  • by Diana Adams Location: Kemper County Ms on Nov 19, 2009 at 07:47 AM
    We need for the police to stay off they ___. It don't matter what you do the dope boys are still going to do what they want so if you do get the dope boys out more going to come in so what.So how are you going to do that now .
  • by ANONYMOUS Location: DEKALB on Nov 18, 2009 at 02:22 PM
    I am so gald they are cleaning up the streets. Get a job!. You want have to worry about drug busts.
  • by LMAO Location: EVERYWHERE on Nov 17, 2009 at 08:35 PM
    IF IT TOOK 9 MONTHS TO GET THE SMOKERS, WE CAN IMAGINE HOW LONG ITS GOING TO TAKE TO GET THE SELLERS. LET ME GUESS 9 MORE MONTHS. REALLY LMAO!!
  • by Re Location: ATL on Nov 17, 2009 at 07:55 PM
    mikejones I understand but STAY IN SCHOOL
  • by mikejones Location: sip on Nov 17, 2009 at 03:46 PM
    get all da smoke off da st33rt n da crack deal d3n da dekalb will b3 the b3st place 2 living
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