The following individuals have been incarcerated in Lee-Tupelo County Adult Jail in connection with felony charges ending at 11 a.m. Monday.
Charles Edward Buchanan, 66, of Tupelo was arrested by the Tupelo Police Department, felon possession of firearm, open container, reckless driving.
Christopher V. Copeland, 26, of Tupelo, was arrested by the Tupelo Police Department, aggravated assault, armed robbery, Mississippi Department of Corrections, violation of probation.
Eric Drake, 46, of Columbus, was arrested by the Tupelo Police Department, possession of methamphetamine, disorderly conduct.
Ashley Hand, 30, of Tupelo, was arrested by the Lee County Sheriff’s Office for possession of methamphetamine.
LaJohnda Jones, 39, of Tupelo, was arrested by the Tupelo Police Department for possession of a Schedule II drug.
Dan Judd, 33, of Okolona was arrested by the Tupelo Police Department, felon possession of firearm, refusal to yield to blue lights, reckless driving, improper gear, improper turn, resisting arrest, possession of marijuana.
Michael May, 49, of Tupelo was arrested by the Tupelo Police Department for possession of a controlled substance in contempt of court.
James Andrew Moore, 57, of Tupelo was arrested by the Tupelo Police Department, driving under the influence third offense, open container, possession of marijuana, possession of paraphernalia.
Patrick Durrell Rainey, 46, of Tupelo was arrested by the Tupelo Police Department, Possession of Methamphetamine, Improper Equipment, Failure to Sign.
Ailey Shadburn, 30, of Okolona was arrested by the Tupelo Police Department for felony shoplifting.
Shundric Sharmade Townes, 35, of Tupelo, was arrested by the Tupelo Police Department for burglary of a vehicle.
Jeremiah Witherspoon, 24, of no address given, was arrested by the Tupelo Police Department for possession of a controlled substance.
Lee County Sheriff’s Office
The following reports were filed Monday by the Lee County Sheriff’s Office.
A Westshore Drive Saltillo woman said she works from home and her neighbor’s four dogs bark all day at random times, interrupting her Zoom calls. She spoke to neighbors, who said they couldn’t do anything about the dogs. She wanted deputies to do something about the noise, but was told the county did not have a noise ordinance.
A Mooreville man said he was driving along County Road 1460 in heavy rain. He reached the top of a hill and saw a tree across the road. He slammed on his brakes and slid off the road. He doesn’t believe his car was damaged.
A Mitchell Road man said he saw an acquaintance cut a 31-inch tire on his 1990 Chevy Silverado. He later discovered that two tires on his Lincoln Town Car had also been damaged.
A woman from County Road 1349 Tupelo saw an unknown woman at the end of her driveway near her mailbox around 9 p.m. She got in her car and drove to the end of the driveway to see what the suspect was doing. The suspect began to walk towards the woman, getting close enough that the woman could smell the marijuana smoke on her. The female then began to walk away.
A Hayes Drive man said he was walking through his neighborhood around 11 p.m. When he arrived at the corner of Calvert Drive and Garrison, a pit bull chased him trying to bite him. He wanted the dog picked up, as he was not the first person the dog attacked.
A Mooreville Highway 371 woman said she found a strange bicycle on their property. When they checked, they found that someone had cut off the catalytic converters on his Toyota 4Runner.
A Mooreville Highway 371 man said as he drove out this morning, he noticed his 2007 Dodge Charger was missing. He said the car was left unlocked, with the windows rolled down and the keys inside.
A 59-year-old woman, County Road 1259 Nettleton, said a man claiming to be with Publishers Clearing House called and said she had won the money. He asked for her personal information and said that to receive the winnings she had to buy a $500 gift card from Walmart and give him the card numbers. She knew it was a scam and refused to give information.
A woman said she and her husband were moving out of a County Road 1177 Mooreville rental home. While they were eating, the owner let a woman into the residence and took three cell phones, a 50-inch television, an XBox 360, and some clothes. She said they stole the items because she owed the suspect $75.
A Palmetto Road man said he found three kittens in a box near the intersection of County Roads 151 and 900. He said he wanted to keep one of the kittens but called 911 to see what to do with it. the two others.
A man from County Road 1349 Tupelo requested an escort to retrieve his belongings. He and his girlfriend have money problems. When he opened the door, all of his belongings (microwave, twin bed, hand tools and clothes) were gone.
A man from Tupelo County Road 1147 said a woman in a blue car with a loud muffler continues to drive up and down the road at high speed.
A man from Nunni Trail Lake Piomingo said an unknown man carrying a sign drove past his house at 1:30 a.m., shining a flashlight on his house and his wife. The next morning they discovered a large burnt spot across the street.
A County Road 821 Saltillo man said three men showed up uninvited at 1:15 a.m. and knocked on his door. He told them they weren’t welcome and wanted to file a trespassing complaint.
A man from County Road 506 Shannon saw a woman sitting in a car in his driveway at 2:15 a.m. He got out and asked if she was okay and if she had broken down. She said “No” and increased the volume of her music. He told her she had to go. She said she didn’t need to go anywhere, so he called 911.
A man from County Road 452 Nettleton said he got out to spin the church van and it looked like a tractor. When he checked, the catalytic converter had been cut out. He guessed it was stolen about a week ago.
A County Road 199 Tupelo woman said about two weeks ago someone stole 10 rings worth $2,500 while she was in the shower. There were also missing clothes. She said her dog wouldn’t let strangers into the residence, so she suspects a male friend is responsible.
A County Road 47 Palmetto woman says her 32-year-old son and his girlfriend had a fight at her home. The incident escalated and he threw the girlfriend on the lobby floor. When the mother tried to intervene, the son began to insult her and “act crazy”. He told her to mind her business. Shortly after calling 911, the couple left.
A County Road 151 Tupelo man says someone stole a Briggs & Stratton 4100 pressure washer while he was driving a truck.
Tupelo Police Department
No report filed since September 9.
Anyone with information about any of these crimes is asked to call the Lee County Sheriff’s Office at 841-9041, the Tupelo Police Department at 841-6491, or Northeast Mississippi Crime Stoppers at (800) 773-TIPS or download the P3 Tip app and leave an anonymous tip that way.