The following individuals were incarcerated in Lee-Tupelo County Adult Jail in connection with felony charges ending at 11 a.m. Tuesday.
Kelvin Armstrong, 40, of Nettleton, was arrested by the Tupelo Police Department, Possession of a Controlled Substance, Possession of Marijuana.
Floyd Bogan, 33, of no address given, was arrested by the Tupelo Police Department, DUI, fourth offense, felon possession of a weapon, refusing to yield to blue lights.
Wilson Brian, 27, of Rienzi, was arrested by the Tupelo Police Department, Possession of a Schedule II Drug, Possession of Paraphernalia.
Laura Ebert, 33, of Smithville, was arrested by Tupelo police for trafficking methamphetamine.
Megan Elizabeth Franks, 35, of Booneville, was arrested by the Tupelo Police Department, Possession of a Schedule II Drug, Possession of Paraphernalia.
Dennis Garmon, 57, of Tupelo was arrested by the Natchez Trace Parkway, driving under the influence – third offense, open container.
Willie Graham, 42, of Booneville, was arrested by the Mississippi Highway Patrol, felony hit and run, refusing to yield to blue lights, reckless driving, speeding, improper passing.
Brandon Hamm, 38, of Hickory Flat, was arrested by the Lee County Sheriff’s Office for breaking and entering.
Kerry Martin, 39, of Big Creek, was arrested by the Tupelo Police Department for possession of methamphetamine.
Cornelius Medcalf, 19, of Verona, was arrested by the Lee County Sheriff’s Office for sexual assault.
Zackary Merchant, 25, of Nettleton, was arrested by the Lee County Sheriff’s Office for a felony seizure of a motor vehicle.
Michael Miller, 47, of Nettleton, was arrested by the Tupelo Police Department, possession of a schedule II drug, possession of marijuana, no driver’s license, no insurance.
Cory Patterson, 29, of Shannon, was arrested by Tupelo police, robbery, terrorism threat.
Katherine Elizabeth Redditt, 33, of Saltillo, was arrested by the Lee County Sheriff’s Office for violation of probation.
William Smith, 35, of Tupelo was arrested by the Tupelo Police Department, possession of cocaine, domestic violence, driver’s license suspended.
Elbert Towns, 59, of Tupelo, was arrested by the Tupelo Police Department, eight counts of shoplifting, three counts of open container, two counts of no insurance, trespassing, driver’s license suspended .
Robert Webb, 45, of Mooreville, was arrested by the Lee County Sheriff’s Office for dealing methamphetamine, possession of a firearm by a felon.
Javaun Oneal Wells, 34, of Tupelo was arrested by the Tupelo Police Department for possession of methamphetamine, domestic violence, resisting arrest, refusing to comply.
Chazz Williams, 23, no address given, was arrested by the Tupelo Police Department, possession of a schedule II drug, possession of a controlled substance, disorderly conduct, contempt of court, trespassing
Lee County Sheriff’s Office
The following reports were filed Tuesday by the Lee County Sheriff’s Office.
A Cove Lane Auburn man and his ex-girlfriend had a verbal argument, so he asked her to leave. When she left, she took some of her important documents.
A woman from County Road 1451 Saltillo reports that someone stole her county-issued trash can.
A Saltillo woman said her sister called, so she drove to a property in County Road 1946 Saltillo that they were having trouble on. The sister hit the woman, so she pushed the sister away and hit her. The sister admitted to throwing the first punch, but said after that she was just defending herself.
A Mooreville County Road 1409 man said someone smashed his mailbox overnight.
A Perch Lane Guntown woman has had issues with a suspect showing up uninvited and unwanted. When she showed up around noon to knock on the door, the woman called 911 to file a trespassing complaint.
A woman from County Road 1190 Tupelo reported that between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. Thursday, someone stole her county-issued trash can.
A man from County Road 2578 Guntown argued with his stepson, 40, over the stepson’s girlfriend. A second stepson intervened and physically overpowered the suspect. When the suspect was released, he threw a vase at his brother. When everyone calmed down, the man gave the son-in-law 14 days notice to evict him.
A County Road 2320 Saltillo man said he served eviction papers on his stepson. The son-in-law was allowed to gather his things. Deputies told the son-in-law he was no longer allowed on the property and would be charged with trespassing if he returned.
A County Road 506 Shannon woman said her grandson called to say her 26-year-old daughter was unconscious. She ran over, found the girl on the ground, and called 911.
A County Road 1438 Auburn man said he was in the process of moving out when the property manager started yelling and insulting him, his sister and his girlfriend. He said the suspect threatened to shoot him in the head and he was not allowed to collect his belongings.
A woman from East Garrison heard five gunshots after 10:30 p.m. Friday. She lay down on the ground to make sure she was safe and heard two cars driving away. His son saw two men wearing ski masks running down the road after the shots.
A woman on County Road 659 in Verona said a neighbor played loud music at 11:30 p.m. and kept her awake.
A man from Drive 1920 Saltillo came home around 2 p.m. and noticed loose change on the floor. Another check revealed that someone had stolen his loaded 12-gauge shotgun from the bedroom. He said he didn’t have security cameras and he leaves the front door unlocked because he doesn’t have a key.
While driving on Interstate 22, a couple got into an argument after confronting him about talking to other women. He got angry because she checked his phone and started to “drive crazy” when he was asked to drop her off somewhere. He would sneak through the alleys and threaten to take her somewhere where no one could talk to her.
A Mooreville County Road 1353 man said a 38-year-old man showed up uninvited and smashed a glass table top, electric grill and ashtray. The suspect was still there when the man returned and called 911. Deputies charged the suspect with breaking and entering.
A man from Drive 937 Tupelo said a vehicle entered his property around 11:30 a.m. An unknown white woman got out and began wandering around her shed. When he confronted her, she got back into her car and drove off.
A Derringer Drive Guntown man said he and his girlfriend of one year decided to break up and an argument ensued. He called 911 to have deputies ready while she gathered her things and left.
A Whitewater Lane Saltillo woman said her ex-boyfriend blocked her driveway, trying to retrieve her belongings. She told him to leave several times, but he refused. Responding deputies told the man he was no longer allowed on the property. The man told deputies they had been living together for five months. After a verbal altercation, he began to gather his things. She locked the bedroom door and he couldn’t get two guns. He was advised to go to court, as it was a civil matter.
A 67-year-old man, County Road 1820 Saltillo, picked up his truck from his ex-girlfriend, 34. Her new boyfriend had put a tool box on the truck. The man removed the toolbox and all the contents that weren’t hers and left them on the road for her to retrieve later. He didn’t want any trouble and didn’t want the new boyfriend on his property.
A Palmetto Road man said security cameras caught a man stealing six rods and reels from his boat around 6am. He later called back to say the suspect had returned all the items and he no longer wanted to press charges.
A man surveying a Plantersville property on County Road 598 spotted car tracks in the grass behind the trailer. Someone had torn the outside central air conditioning unit, damaged the rear door and frame. It also appeared that the suspects went under the trailer and removed some of the wiring.
A woman from County Road 1351 Saltillo and her fiancé argued over where the keys to the van were. She said he insulted her but never threatened or assaulted her. He left before the deputies arrived.
A man said he had been staying at his half-brother’s State Park Road home in Mooreville for two weeks. The half-brother tried to chase him away and an argument broke out around 3:30 p.m. The man said it would take a court-ordered eviction notice to get him out. When things calmed down, the man agreed to leave the next day.
The Mooreville Dollar General’s assistant manager said a man placed several items in a store cart, then ran out, jumped into a red Hyundai manned by three men and drove off. She could see that he had stolen three rolls of shelf contact paper.
A 40-year-old woman, County Road 651 Guntown, said her husband, 52, came home drunk around midnight. He woke her up screaming and screaming, furious because she had an apartment and was moving out. She said she couldn’t stand his drinking. He went over and started yelling that his wife had called the cops. The neighbor said she didn’t invite the man inside and he refused to leave. Deputies arrested the man and charged him with disorderly conduct.
Tupelo Police Department
No report filed since September 1.
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.