Here is a gallery of the felony arrests made on Wednesday, July 18, 2018, by Coast law enforcement officials. The charges listed were those shown on county jail dockets at the time they were accessed by the Sun Herald.
Southern Miss men’s basketball coach Doc Sadler does not approve of Conference USA’s new scheduling format for the 2018-19 season. The USM coach wants to see C-USA rivalries with Louisiana Tech and UAB given more focus.
Pascagoula MS Police Department is asking for help locating Rhyhem Young, a suspect wanted for involvement in a July 7 drive-by shooting. Anyone with information can contact police or MS Coast Crime Stoppers.
After the Humane Society of South Mississippi flooded during heavy rain, the nonprofit animal shelter is hoping to replace the roof on its Gulfport building. The shelter houses more than 350 cats and dogs.
Gulfport MS Police Department is asking for public’s help finding a suspect wanted in an armed robbery at Sleep Inn on the Gulf Coast. He took money from the front counter and left in a red car, police say.
West Harrison High alumnae Jacques Pucheu of Gulfport MS will play summer league baseball on the Cape Cod Baseball League in Massachusetts under Ron Polk. Pucheu is a pitcher at Austin Peay University in Clarksville TN.
A defense attorney for former George County jail nurse Carmon Brannan tried to force DA Tony Lawrence to testify at her manslaughter trial in Warren County over the death of inmate Joel Dixon. He and others received subpoenas.
Former Saint Zach Strief is a finalist to replace Jim Henderson on WWL radio as the Saints’ play-by-play man. Former WWL-TV anchor Mike Hoss is a finalist, as well as Pelicans team Joel Meyers and Sean Kelley.
USM basketball coach Doc Sadler talks about the new scheduling model for C-USA. The new model leaves the last 3 weeks of the season open. Then the top teams will be matched with each other to improve the league’s chances in the NCAA tournament.
Instead of joining the lip sync challenge, the Carrollton police department in Texas shared their mistakes caught on dashcam. The department is calling it the Dashcam Blooper Challenge and has challenged three other police departments to join them.
Here is a gallery of the felony arrests made on Tuesday, July 17, 2018, by Coast law enforcement officials. The charges listed were those shown on county jail dockets at the time they were accessed by the Sun Herald.
Tyrone Keys founded a non-profit that helps at-risk youth and student athletes graduate college, become community servants and mentors. He will receive a lifetime achievement award at the MS Sports Hall of Fame.
Maxwell Isley Phillips, 30, has been arrested on a human trafficking charge involving a 17-year-old missing girl. Both were found at Town Suites, a hotel on U.S. 49 in Gulfport. Homeland Security Investigations helped with the arrest.
Former Harrison County Deputy Dannie Curlee is being held with no bond on child sex crime charges in Pearl River County. He was arrested on a circuit court warrant on five charges. He was a corrections officer.
The Blue Angles will fly over the beach in Biloxi, MS, on Highway 90. Expect heavy traffic around Harrahs Casino on the Gulf Coast and other spots in Biloxi. Traffic will be dropped to two lanes on 90.