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  • Canton man found guilty of house burglary
    A Canton man faces up to 25 years in prison after being found guilty this week of burglary of a dwelling. 
  • Friday morning Robert Earl Harvey, Jr., 35, of Jackson, was arrested and charged with one count of capital murder in the stabbing death of 22-year-old Carmen Sanders of Ridgeland.
  • RIDGELAND - A female homicide victim died after being stabbed multiple times according to preliminary crime lab results released by law enforcement officials Monday.
  • A runner died while competing in the Mississippi Blues Marathon in Jackson Saturday.
  • BRANDON - Attorney Craig Brasfield, a resident of Rankin County, qualified to run for the 20th District Circuit Court Judge Seat (Place 1) in Rankin and Madison Counties.
  • RIDGELAND - When he gets a chance, Carlton Parke resident Deryll Stegall likes to mow his lawn and do some other work in his yard and the idea of a 17-story building looming beyond the nearby tree line is not particularly appealing to him.
  • Ridgeland raises bond for drive-by shooting suspects
  • Jaclyn Bethany, a 10th grader from St. Andrew’s Episcopal School, was chosed as the winner of the 2005 A Madison Idol competition. She was among 18 finalists competing at the Madison Square Center for Arts last weekend.
  • Javoda Horn, 23, turned himself in to the Canton Police Department Tuesday afternoon. He faces three counts of aggravated assault, according to Police Chief Robert Winn.
  • Law enforcement officers with the Ridgeland, Madison, Canton and Madison County Sheriff’s Department participated in an early Wednesday morning “Amber Alert” before Jackson police found an 11-year-old girl just hours after being abducted from her south Jackson home.
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