The following people were booked into the Lee County-Tupelo Adult Jail in connection with felony charges ending Tuesday at 11 a.m.
Jonathan Hicks, 44, of Corinth, was arrested by the Lee County Sheriff's Office, possession of methamphetamine.
Phillip Quinn, 27, of Tupelo, was arrested by the Tupelo Police Department, grand larceny.
Seth Stanley, 31, of Tupelo, was arrested by the Mississippi Department of Corrections, violation of probation.
Faye Washington, 24, of Tupelo, was arrested by the Verona Police Department, felony possession of marijuana.
The following reports were filed Tuesday by the Lee County Sheriff's Office and the Tupelo Police Department.
Lee County Sheriff's Office
Deputies responded to a County Road 660 Plantersville house where a husband and wife were in a verbal altercation. They had resolved the situation and the wife's sister arrived to retrieve two kids.
A Nettleton woman went to check on her County Road 122 property and found the lock on the gate had been cut. Someone had stolen a pressure washer, a paint sprayer and other items from the shed.
A Haley Drive Mooreville man called 911 reporting someone had been in his house because he found footprints in the shower and the blinds had been damaged. When deputies arrived, there were no footprints inside the home anywhere and the blinds were not broke. The 37-year-old man appeared to be under the influence of drugs. After deputies left, he called 911 again reporting another break-in. When deputies returned, he admitted there was no crime. He was arrested for abusing 911 and carried to the county jail.
Tupelo Police Department
A Meadowview Drive man said someone entered his parked car overnight and stole his wallet and two credit cards. He did not say if the car was locked.
During a 9 a.m. safety checkpoint at the intersection of Bryan and Monument drives, a patrolman asked for the license of a man driving a gold Nissan Altima. The man sped away and turned north onto Alicia Lane, hopping a curb. He jumped out and ran on foot. The female passenger said the car was hers. She had met the man the night before.
A woman was shopping at the North Gloster Walmart. She set her wallet down on a package of diapers as she looked for the correct size. When she got ready to checkout, she realized she didn't have her black Coach wallet that contained $480 in cash. She went back to the baby section and searched for 30 minutes but could not find it.
A woman walked into the police department to report threats from a coworker. She said the other woman is having an affair with her husband and told her, "I want your husband and you better watch your back."
A woman said while shopping at Lowe's someone damaged the left rear bumper on her 2014 Toyota Camry in the parking lot.
A West Main Walmart employee said a black female concealed several packs of underwear and an extension cord and tried to leave without paying for the $88.91 in merchandise. She was detained for police and charged with shoplifting.
A West Main Walmart employee said a white female took the price stickers off low cost items and placed them on more expensive items. She then went to the self checkout. The 19 items worth $231.82 rang up as $71.88. After she completed checking out, she was detained for police.
Anyone with information on any of these crimes is urged to call the Lee County Sheriff's Office at (662) 841-9041 or Crime Stoppers at (800) 773-TIPS.