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December 27, 2016

Roundup in Walthall County Nets 18

Yesterday (December 14), agents of the McComb Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics Office, Walthall County Sheriff’s Department, Tylertown Police Department and U.S. Marshall Service conducted a round up operation of approximately 18 narcotics violators in Tylertown, Walthall County, MS. This operation has been dubbed “Double Entendre”. 
Arrestees included David Brister (for Sale of Methamphetamine -2 counts), Robert Jeffrey Conerly (for Grand Larceny, Conspiracy to Commit Grand Larceny, and for Possession of Methamphetamine and Hydrocodone), Colby Mitchell (for Burglary of a Building, Conspiracy to Commit to Burglary of a Building and ​Burglary of an Automobile), Hollie Nicole Berthelot (for Possession of Methamphetamine), Britanya Damond (for Unlawful sale of at least Two But Less than Ten Dosage of Oxycodone), Christopher Sorrow (for Sale of Alprazolam), Donavan Scott Beard (for Possession of Methamphetamine), Michael Allen Heully (for Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine), James Parker Singletary (for Sale of Methamphetamine), Jeremy Wayne McKenzie (for Burglary of a Building and Conspiracy to Commit Burglary of a Building), Tramaine Wagner (for Sale of Marijuana), Charles Guy (for Sale of Adderall), James Russell Case (for Sale of Methamphetamine – 2 counts), Courtney Smith (for Sale of Methamphetamine), Bradford Booth (for Sale of Marijuana), Antonio Peters for Sale of Methamphetamine), Robert Todd Baughtman (for Sale of Norco), and Alton Weary (for Sale Alprazolam)
"We are extremely proud of the hard work and safe manner these officers have put into this operation and hope that this will be an eye opening experience for all of the individuals arrested to turn their life around. As far as the individuals that want to continue this type of criminal activity in Walthall County, all I can say is expect a visit from us in the near future." Sheriff Breland

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