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What You Need to Know for Thursday January 14

Drug bust in Pelahatchie
A suitcase full of cash and drug paraphernalia throughout his car. It was a bad day for Henry Burrows the third.

He was pulled over on Interstate 20 near Pelahatchie.
The officer smelled marijuana as he approached the 2016 Chevy Malibu and asked the driver along with his two passengers to get out of the car. Inside the police officer found scales and a jar that wreaked of pot. Continuing his search, he found a box and a suitcase
He opened’em up and found $500,000 inside.
Burrows along with his two passengers are now sitting in the Rankin County Jail.
He’s charged with money laundering. The two others, charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

A terrible accident in Port Gibson, a mother accidentally shooting her own daughter.

The 13-year-old girl was shot during an agument between her mom and dad. Mom had had enough from her husband and shot at him, it didn’t hit him. Instead, the bullet went through the wall hitting the young girl in the arm. She was airlifted to UMMC and is expected to be just fine.
The mother has been charged with aggravated assault and the father charged with domestic violence.

With temperatures dropping MDOT wants to make sure you’re safe on the road.

They say the key to being safe on the road is being prepared.Right now, MDOT is in the middle of touring Mississippi Campus’ informing students on ways they can be safe on the road this winter.
A couple of recomendations include having an emergency kit ready and make sure your vehicle is ready for winter conditions.
MDOT’ll stop by Delta State, Ole Miss and Jackson State over the next several days.

It was a career-high for Stefan Moody, but it wasn’t enough to push the Rebels past the Tigers of LSU.

The Rebels lead for most of the second half, but a late push by LSU was too much as Ole Miss fell 90-81 last night in Baton Rouge. Ole miss led for the first 12 minutes of the second half, reaping the benifits of a career night from Sefan Moody. He finished with 33 points, having scored his first 12 points off of four three pointers.
The Rebels now sit at 12-4 for the year. This Saturday they’ll take on the Florida Gators. Tip-off is set for 7 p.m.

 

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