Kemper County Authorities Issue Warning

Kemper County officials are warning residents in the area to keep a record of their valuables, following a recent house burglary.

This comes after authorities there say Jodie Ferguson of Philadelphia is being charged with stealing almost $30,000 worth of items from a house where she worked.

"It's very important to keep any paperwork on anything of value," Sheriff James Moore says. "It's amazing sometimes that when people buy big screen tv's, computers and they don't put these serial numbers in a safe place because that's very, very vital in recovering your property."

In Ferguson's case, Sheriff moore says quick response from law enforcement led to the 18-year-old's arrest. He says all the stolen items have been recovered. Bond for Ferguson was set at $5,000.


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  • by Neshoba Countian Location: Philly on Jul 16, 2012 at 03:15 PM
    Those ignorant statements have nothing to do with the news article listed. If you make comments, please let it pertain to the article.
  • by Lee Location: Lauderdale on Jul 16, 2012 at 02:40 PM
    That was an idiotic statement. In the 60's Philly didn't have a black sheriff. I don't look for the Philly chief in meridian but possibly. The 60's was a time of so called racism. If this happens it's nothing more than politics. Yes it happened in the 60's but it has never stopped. Racism is kept alive by Obama, al sharpston and so on. America has gotten away from God and I don't for see it going back. All we can do is worry about ourselves and our relationship with God.
  • by moves on Jul 15, 2012 at 10:11 PM
    Well lets play some chess.Philly Chief in Mdn and Kemper Chief in Philly. Checkmate.We are back into the 60's I promise you.We will be back in the fire hoses and billy clubs. Lord help us.
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