The truck attempted to turn east in downtown Tishomingo, the semi lost control and slid into the front of two downtown businesses. That point a trooper a round from his department issued weapon to disable a tire, Hampton said, and the suspect was taken into custody.The unknown man currently faces pending charges of driving under the influence, running a roadblock, felony eluding and possession of a stolen vehicle, but that may be just the beginning of a long list of charges that could be filed in the case.And Hampton said just as important as identifying the suspect is identifying the people the unknown man victimized during his three county attempt to avoid arrest.this pursuit, the semi drove into oncoming traffic forcing several motorists off the roadway into the ditches. We need anyone who was forced off the roadway during this pursuit to contact the OHP in Ardmore at (580) 223 8800 so they can be interviewed, Hampton said.
An injured fawn, a horse with a limp, a duck with a broken wing, lost cats and dogs, as well as many more animals benefited from their compassionate care. Viola’s last pet was Celine, the ‘princess cat’, who’s ashes currently rest with her husband beside a beautiful pond in the forest of northwestern BC. Viola passed away in March 19, 2015 and generously left a gift to the BC SCPA, allowing her love for animals to live on..
She is survived by three sons, Rodney Pennington, Ricky Pennington, and Ray Pennington, all of Holly Springs; three sisters, Deborah Nance of Bearden, Connie Castleberry of Camden, and Denise Thacker of Bryant; and four grandchildren.Arrangements are by Benton Funeral Home of Fordyce. Saturday at Holly Springs Baptist Church with the Rev.Save MoneyThousands of dollars in savings every day with deals from our local advertisers.Be EntertainedFrom movies and arts to sports and things to do on the weekend, you’ll never miss out on great events and entertainment.Available all the timeRead when you want, how you want. Access all of our coverage in print, online, on your smartphone or on your tablet computer with your subscription.Smart DecisionsReading the newspaper gives you information that helps you make smart decisions for you and your family.
‘About 1 in 4 women (24.3 per cent) and 1 in 7 men (13.8 per cent) have experienced severe physical violence by an intimate partner,’ the study found. So the idea that domestic violence against men isn’t a major issue is simply untrue. It’s a problem, too, just one that isn’t treated as such.”.