Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Mississippi Attorney General

Ridgeland man arrested for child pornography

A Ridgeland resident was recently arrested and charged with one count of possession of child pornography, Attorney General Jim Hood announced.  Jeromy Ethan Pollard, 18,...

AG Hood thanks Mississippi as term nears end

Attorney General Jim Hood issued the following note of thanks to Mississippians as he completes his fourth and final term as attorney general: “I am...

Vardaman man arrested for child pornography, sexual battery

A Vardaman resident was arrested Monday and charged with two counts of possession of child pornography and one count of sexual battery, Attorney General...

Gulfport woman sentenced for child pornography, sexual battery

Anika Moore Bruner, 22, will spend 20 years behind bars for producing child pornography and committing sexual battery of a minor child, Attorney General...

Two Grenada residents indicted for insurance fraud, other charges

Two Grenada residents, acting individually and through Affordable Funeral Home, were indicted by a Grenada County grand jury Wednesday for their roles in defrauding...

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Three Sentenced in 2017 Christmas Present Burglary

Three Greenville men will spend time in prison for burglarizing a Greenville home in 2017 and stealing gifts from under a man’s Christmas tree, Attorney...

AG Hood Calls for Fentanyl to Remain a Schedule I Drug

Attorney General Jim Hood joined a bipartisan coalition of all 56 attorneys general Wednesday in calling for Congress to permanently classify fentanyl-related substances as...

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Meridian Store Owner Sentenced for Selling Spice, Counterfeit Goods

A Meridian man will spend eight years in prison after being found guilty on numerous charges related to the sale of counterfeit goods and...