Law Enforcement and City Officials Announce Significant Reductions in Violent Crime under Project EJECT in Natchez and Adams County


Natchez, Miss. – U.S. Attorney Mike Hurst joined Natchez Police Chief Walter Armstrong, Adams County Sheriff Travis Patten, Sixth Judicial District Attorney Shameka Collins, Assistant Special Agent in Charge Will McCrary with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Assistant Special Agent in Charge Kevin Gaddy with the Drug Enforcement Administration, and other officials yesterday to announce a significant reduction in crime in the City of Natchez as a result of Project EJECT.