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Daily Brief for Tuesday January 12

Stealing prescription drugs, someone you should be able to trust.

Samuel Henderson, 34, booked on three felony counts of obtaining a controlled substance by fraud.

Henderson was doing this as an employee of the Sunflower County hospital in Indianola.
She’s now out on bond however, each of the three counts carries up to five years behind bars and a $1000 fine.

No Indictment for a white officer accused of chocking a black man to death.

A Clark County grand jury ruled that Jonathan Sanders died because he choked on a bag filled with cocaine, not at the hands of officer Kevin Harrington. Sanders family is outraged, there attorney telling WAPT, that this is a “gross miscarriage of justice.”
Those who investigated, say Sanders died during an altercation with Harrington after the officer stopped him for suspicion of having drugs.

I hate to tell ya, but you’re eatin’ too much sugar.

At least that’s what the Federal Nutrition Guidelines are telling Mississippians and those all across the country.

They say we need to pump the brakes on our sugar intake. Saying that the cocaine of food should be no more than 10 percent of your daily calorie intake. To give you an idea of what 10 percent is, it’s about one soda a day.
When you eat too much of that delicious sugar you’re at risk of getting heart disease and type II diabetes.

Chad Kelly will be in Oxford another year.

The quarterback saying there’s still a lot of learning and growing that i can do with this team.
In 2015, Kelly passed for over 4,000 and 31 touchdowns, completing over 65 percent of his passes.
Kelly is one of only three SEC quarterbacks to pass for over 4,000 yards in a single season. The other two, Kentucky’s Tim Couch and Texas A&M Johnny Manziel.

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