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08/30/2017

BURGLARY SUSPECTS ARRESTED

 

BURGLARY SUSPECTS ARRESTED

 

August 30, 2017

On August 26, 2017, a report of a Burglary and Larceny was made to the Tishomingo County Sheriff’s Office.  The homeowner was reported being out of town until 11:30 pm that evening and once the homeowner returned home, they noticed they had been broken into and several items were missing.  The items that were reported missing by the homeowner were items such as medications, a safe, checkbook, camera, 200 rounds of assorted ammunition and 2 handguns.  The total value of the stolen items was approximately $1,415.00.

On Sunday, August 27, 2017, an off-duty police officer for the Greenwood Police Department contacted the Tishomingo Sheriff’s Office about a call the officer received of subject’s in his city acting suspicious.  The individuals were detained by the Greenwood Police Department and the following day, Tishomingo officials drove to the city of Greenwood and transported the individuals back to Tishomingo County.

VINCENT PRICE MAILHOT – 18-year-old, white male of 384 CR 246 Iuka, Mississippi was officially charged with GRAND LARCENY.

KENNEDIE PARKLYN BEAM – 18-year-old, white female of West Quitman Street Iuka, Mississippi was officially charged with FELONY CONSPIRACY TO COMMIT A CRIME – BURGLARY.

Both MAILHOT and BEAM are currently in custody of the Tishomingo County Jail awaiting bond to be set.  MAILHOT is currently out on a FELONY bond for a BURGLARY OF A DWELLING.

Sheriff Daugherty would like to thank the Greenwood Police Department with their assistance in the arrests and recover of the items.

 

Sheriff John Daugherty

 

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