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Madison Mississippi police have reclassified the case of 17-year-old Abigail Grace Bonner from missing person to run-away. Read the rest of this entry »

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Jimmie DeRamus is offering a reward for anyone who will come forward about the Willie Mae Brister cold case.


Simpson County, MS – Jimmie DeRamus, star of the reality television series Cajun Pawn Stars,  is offering a reward for anyone who comes forward with information about the Willie Mae Brister cold case or helps lead to a conviction in the case. Read the rest of this entry »

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David and Geneva


GULFPORT, MS  – Two crosses sit in a grassy field adjacent to Lorraine Road.  One has pink flowers at its base.  The other cross has blue flowers. They honor the memory of Geneva Garriga Gordon and David Michael Garriga. They died just more than eight years ago, when somebody shot and killed the duo, and left their bodies in an SUV parked in that field.

At the time of their deaths, Geneva was 64.  Michael was 53. Read the rest of this entry »

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82 Year Old George Nicholson

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ARLINGTON, TN – The search continues for an elderly Arlington man who went missing June 29, 2012 after he left home to visit a Tunica, MS casino.

Investigators continued their search Thursday for a missing Fayette County man whose truck was found in the Tunica Cutoff.

George Nicholson, 82, disappeared from his Arlington, Tennessee home on June 29. He was headed to the Tunica casinos. Read the rest of this entry »

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Angela Freeman

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PETAL, MS — Nicholas Freeman prays that advertising will make the public aware of a mystery that has plagued his family for over 18 years.

A billboard on Mississippi 42 near Petal High School went up Oct. 3, 2011 displaying her photo. It urges the public to call authorities with information on Angela Freeman’s disappearance and offers a $10,000 reward. Read the rest of this entry »

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Adam Mayes

UPDATE: May 11 1:43am

GUNTOWN, Miss.—As a SWAT team closed in, a fugitive accused of killing a Tennessee mother and daughter before disappearing for nearly two weeks with her two other children killed himself Thursday evening, allowing authorities to safely recover the kidnapped girls, police said.

Adam Mayes, 35, shot himself in the head after authorities, acting on a tip, found him and the girls near New Albany, Miss., Guntown Police Chief Michael Hall said.

UPDATE: The FBI has added Adam Christopher Mayes to their most wanted list and the reward for information leading to his capture and the safe return of Alexandria and Kyliyah Bain is now at $175,000.

Law enforcement agencies are involved in a nationwide manhunt for Adam Mayes. His picture is on billboards in Huntsville, and the FBI believes he has two Tennessee girls with him.

There is a $50,000 FBI reward for Mayes’ arrest. The girls are believed to be in extreme danger.

The FBI says two bodies found at an Alpine, Mississippi home on Monday, May 6, 2012 are the girls’ mother Jo Ann Bain, and older sister, Adrienne Bain. The four were reported missing from their home in Tennessee on Friday, April 27, 2012. Read the rest of this entry »

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Molly Addison Price12-19-11 Update: NEW ALBANY, MS – One suspect has been charged in the murder of Amanda Price, the wife of the New Albany High School football coach, who was shot while standing in her own back door.

New Albany Mississippi Police have charged 20-year-old Craig Baker with one count of capital murder, one count of aggravated assault and two counts of burglary of an automobile.


NEW ALBANY, MS — The reward money keeps growing as police in New Albany, Mississippi hunt down a killer. New Albany’s mayor is spearheading efforts to collect the money. The reward is now at $25,000.

There’s little evidence and police are depending on tips from the public to find Amanda Price’s killer. Many are hoping a generous reward will start someone talking.

The night Amanda was murdered, Mayor Tim Kent said the town would offer a reward. Kent set it at $20,000 believing he’d find some way to raise the money. Since then the mayor’s phone hasn’t stopped ringing.

“The community’s saying we’ll give whatever you need,” Kent says. “It got to five or six and basically all of them said put us down for a couple thousand, but if you need more we’ll give it.” Read the rest of this entry »

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Jacqueline Levitz was last seen on November 18, 1995, by a store clerk at a business in Vicksburg, Mississippi. She bought wallpaper for her new house, then left the store and has never been heard from again. Two days later, on November 20, her disappearance was discovered when a relative went to her home to find out why she hadn’t been answering the phone. Read the rest of this entry »

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COOS BAY, OR – An Idaho woman has posted a $5,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the death of her son over four years ago in Oregon.

The World newspaper in Coos Bay reported that Debbie Peters of Meridian, Idaho, had read about budget cuts in Oregon and was worried the case could be set aside. Read the rest of this entry »

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Michael Surber was a professional billiards player who played all over the country. He worked for a casino and spent all his free time practicing. Friends say if you couldn’t find Mike, he was in his basement playing the game he loved.
That’s why when Michael didn’t show up for a match at his local billiards club, friends knew something was wrong. Read the rest of this entry »

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