Dean works to unite community
“Death doesn’t discriminate and neither should love,” Neketta Dean says with a look of hope on her face.
Dean, who serves as the community relations specialist for the Tunica County Sheriff’s Department, was recently referenced in an article in the Memphis based Tri-State Defender newspaper. Dean is credited with statements that she believes are negative towards the community. Dean says those are not her words and that most of the information reported about her personally was inaccurate.
We remember, we will never forget
The Town of Tunica marked the tenth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on America with an expanded Patriot Day program.
Retired FBI chaplain Dr. Jimmy Latimer was the keynote speaker; the program also featured “The National Anthem” and “The Battle Hymn of the Republic” by the Tunica County Sheriff’s Department chorus.
BREAKING NEWS: SO makes strides in nine year old case
A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a man reportedly tied to a nine year old crime in Tunica County.
On March 7, 2002, a rape, armed robbery and burglary were reported at 1108 Sears Street in Tunica. Investigators have been working the case since then. On Tuesday , Sept. 13, Sheriff K.C Hamp announced that a suspect was slated for arrest in the case.
S.O. makes drug arrest
A joint undercover operation by the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics and the Special Operations Division of the Tunica County Sheriff’s Department has resulted in the arrest of 27-year-old Terry Cooper of Memphis, TN and the confiscation of 4,050 pseudoephedrine pills.
The arrest occurred on August 24 in the parking lot of the outlet mall in Tunica’s resort area.
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