POLICE REPORTS

n The following reports were filed Tuesday by the Tupelo Police Department, and released by the Lee County Sheriff's Department on Wednesday.

Tupelo Police Department:

- A man was arrested on Allen Street for contempt of court.

- A woman reported that her cousin assaulted her.

- A woman on Lawndale reported that someone broke out her car window.

- A woman reported that someone threw a beer bottle through her car window.

- A woman reported that she lost her phone.

- A man was arrested for contempt of court.

- A woman reported that her car was keyed.

- A man on North Gloster Street was arrested for trespassing.

- A man on South Gloster Street was arrested for public drunkenness.

- A man was arrested for contempt of court.

- A woman on Ida Street reported she was being harassed.

- A man on Elvis Presley reported someone stole his child's bike.

Lee County Sheriff's Department:

- NONE

Anyone with information on any of these crimes is urged to call the Tupelo Police Department at 841-6491, the Lee County Sheriff's Department at 841-9041, or Crime Stoppers at (800) 773-TIPS.

THANKSGIVING CLOSINGS

-Aberdeen: Closed today and Friday; no garbage picked up today, resumes Friday.

-Alcorn County: Closed today and Friday; Today garbage pick up Friday and Friday's on Saturday.

-Amory: Closed today and Friday; no garbage picked up today, resumes Friday.

-Benton County: Closed today and Friday.

-Booneville: Closed today and Friday; Today garbage picked up Nov. 22.

-Calhoun City: Closed today and Friday; no change in pickup.

-Calhoun County: Closed today and Friday; no change in pickup

-Chickasaw County: Closed today and Friday; Today pickup Nov. 22; Friday pickup Nov. 27.

-Clay: Closed today and Friday; no change in pickup.

-Corinth: Closed today and Friday; Today's pickup Nov. 22.

-Fulton: Closed today and Friday; Today's pickup Friday, Friday's pickup Saturday.

-Holly Springs: Closed today and Friday; no pickup today and Friday.

-Houston: Closed today and Friday; no change in pickup.

-Iuka: Closed today and Friday; Today and Friday pickup Monday and Tuesday.

-Itawamba County: Closed today and Friday; Today pickup Nov. 30.

-Lafayette County: Closed today and Friday; Today pickup Nov. 22.

-Lee County: Closed today and Friday; Today pickup Nov. 27. Regular pickup Friday.

-Marshall County: Closed today and Friday; no pickup today and Friday.

-Monroe County: Closed today and Friday; Today pickup Nov. 27.

-New Albany: Closed today and Friday; Today and Friday pickup Nov. 22.

-Okolona: Closed today and Friday; Today pickup Nov. 22, Friday pickup Nov. 27.

-Oktibbeha County: Closed today and Friday.

-Oxford: Closed today and Friday; Thursday pickup Nov. 22.

-Pontotoc: Closed today and Friday.

-Pontotoc County: Closed today and Friday; Today pickup Wednesday, regular pickup Friday.

-Prentiss County: Closed today and Friday.

-Ripley: Closed today and Friday.

-Saltillo: Closed today and Friday.

-Starkville: Closed Thursday and Friday.

-Tippah County: Closed today and Friday.

-Tishomingo County: Closed today and Friday.

-Tupelo: Closed today and Friday; Today pickup Friday.

-Union County: Closed today and Friday; Today pickup Nov. 22.

-Banks closed today.

-Post offices closed today.

-Lee County Library closed today through Saturday.

-Daily Journal closed today.

BIRTHS

North Mississippi Medical Center

Women's Hospital

ADAMS: Jackson Carter Adams, an 8-pound, 5-ounce boy, was born Oct. 22, 2006, to Devani Harrelson Adams and her husband, Jayson Adams, of Amory. Grandparents are Anthony and Patsy Harrelson of Saltillo, and Eddie and Pam Adams of Baldwyn.

CALDWELL: Noah Bradley Caldwell, a 7-pound, 11-ounce boy, was born Oct. 10, 2006, to Summer Williams Caldwell and her husband, Brad Caldwell, of Pontotoc. Grandparents are Tim and Betty Williams of Thaxton, and James Lawrence and Shirley Caldwell of Pontotoc.

COCHRAN: Morgan Olivia Cochran, an 8-pound, 1-ounce girl, was born Oct. 16, 2006, to Teresa Cole Cochran and her husband, Jimmy and Glenda Cole of Columbus, and Faye Cochran of Memphis.

FREEMAN: Abbigail Glen Freeman, a 7-pound, 7-ounce girl, was born Oct. 31, 2006, to Amanda Duncan Freeman and her husband, Wil Freeman, of Tupelo. Grandparents are Brenda Duncan of Pontotoc, James Duncan of Ecru, Suyin Wiygul of Tupelo, and the late Glen and Gay Freeman of Troy.

HILL: Sophie Lyn Hill, a 7-pound, 12-ounce girl, was born Oct. 30, 2006, to Ricki Archibald Hill, and her husband, Matthew Hill, of Saltillo. Grandparents are Richard and Marsha Archibald of Saltillo, and Mickey and Teresa Hill of Guntown.

JOLLY: Lukas Kellar Jolly, a 10-pound, 6-ounce boy, was born Nov. 6, 2006, to Sallie Wynne Brown Jolly and her husband, Ian Parks Jolly, of Oxford. Grandparents are Frances W. and Vernon Kellar Brown Jr., Lydia Cook and Paul Jolly Jr.

LINDSEY: Heath Daniel Lindsey, a 9-pound, 1-ounce boy, was born Nov. 3, 2006, to Michele Dulaney Lindsey and her husband, Tim Lindsey, of Ripley. Grandparents are John and Dorothy Ketchum, the late Albert Dulaney, Joyce Lindsey and the late Danny Lindsey, all of Ripley.

MOORE: Houston Ramsey Moore, a 6-pound, 11-ounce boy, was born Nov. 2, 2006, to Stephanie Ramsey Moore and her husband, Chris Moore, of Golden. Grandparents are Roger and Judie Moore of Golden, and Margie Ramsey of Marietta.

PAYNE: John Howard Payne Jr., a 5-pound, 15-ounce boy, was born Nov. 10, 2006, to Heather Stevens Payne and her husband, John Payne, of Booneville. Grandparents are Vallerie Adkins of Verona; David and Kathy Stevens of Saltillo; Johnny Payne of Mooreville; and Curtis and Sherry Fowler of Nettleton.

PEARCE: Hagan Lamar Pearce, a 7-pound, 14-ounce boy, was born Oct. 24, 2006, to Nicole Farris Pearce and her husband, Brock Pearce, of Fulton. Grandparents are Jerry and Kay Farris of Tupelo, and Peggy Pearce of Fulton and the late Finis Pearce.

SANDERS: Markka Jorden Alexandria Sanders, a 6-pound, 6-ounce girl, was born Oct. 3, 2006, to Christy White Sanders and her husband, Mark Sanders, of Baldwyn. Grandparents are the Rev. Bobby and Earnestine White of Booneville, and Mable Sanders and the late J.C. Sanders.

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