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Miss. News Briefs: Bad Descriptions Keep Crooks Free; Major Light Bill Trouble

CLINTON, Miss.–When two guys bust into a bank wearing masks and waving guns, it’s pretty hard to get an accurate read on just who they may be. That happened Monday in Clinton. Over the weekend in Meridian, it was a hold-up on a main street and it could also go unsolved because nobody got a good look at the guy. Here are some news briefs for the second day of the work week:

BAD DESCRIPTIONS
Talk about frustration. This one is from Meridian where a man was robbed and shot at one of the city’s busiest intersections Sunday night. The big problem with catching the guy, the description is extremely vague. A black male. That’s pretty vague. The man who was shot is still in the hospital.

If you know who robbed Copiah Bank in Clinton about 4:15 Monday, a phone call to police would be a good idea. Two men walked in with guns and masks, demanded money and left with the cash in an SUV. Big problem, all the descriptions are very vague. No customers inside and nobdy got hurt.

LIGHT BILL TROUBLE
How about a $60,000 light bill. That’s what the Carter family in Sunrise got from Dixie Electric, and they’re pretty ticked off. WDAM reporting they run a chicken farm and got a messed up bill for several months before the big one came.

In a statement sent to NewsMS, Dixie Electric says they are working to resolve the problem.

MAN WANTED
Kosciusko. If you know where Jordan Ickom is, it could make you $500. Police say he’s pretty reckless with a gun, shooting it off in the McDonald’s parking lot. They’ve got other charges on him, too.

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