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Oxford Police Department K9 takes home top honor

Oxford Police Officer Mark Hodges and his K9 partner, Bo, took home top honors last month after placing first in state-wide narcotics detection in Parchman. Officer Jacob Abel and his dog, Baraka, also attended the event. (April 3, 2013, Page 5)

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    OPD to keep reserves in body armor

    The Oxford Board of Aldermen approved a budget amendment for the Oxford Police Department to purchase 16 new body armor vests for its patrol officers. The vests being replaced, which have two to three years left under warranty, will be given to reserve officers. Read about this and other actions by the aldermen during Tuesday night’s meeting in today’s EAGLE. (April 3, 2013, Page 2)

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      Strickland DUI at time of wreck

      An indictment filed this month against former University of Mississippi student John Howard Strickland Jr., alleges he was under the influence of several drugs and had been huffing gas from air cans just prior to the October wreck that killed Ole Miss students, John and Sarah Wheat. (March 26, 2013, Page 1)

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        National Guard awards medal to Oxford attorney

        The U.S. Army National Guard recently awarded Assistant U.S. Attorney Bob Coleman with the Distinguished Civilian Service Medal for his work in prosecuting a former soldier who stole a rifle from Iraq while he was there and brought it back to the states. (March 26, 2013, Page 2)

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          Pillault receives new court date

          A U.S. Federal judge has continued the trial for the former Oxford high School students who was indicted for allegedly making online threats against the school. (March 26, 2013, Page 2)

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            Pillault attorney asks for more time

            The attorney representing a former Oxford High School student who is awaiting trial for allegedly making online threats against the school has filed a motion to continue the trial to give him more time to go over evidence. (March 21, 2013, Page 2)

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              Sheriff’s Department gets new ride

              The Lafayette county Sheriff’s Department has four new Dodge Chargers on its fleet that stand out amongst the others. (March 19, 2013, Page 2)

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                Crimestoppers ups rewards on two county murders

                The reward amounts offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the people responsible for two, unrelated murders in Lafayette County have been increased by the Lafayette County Crimestoppers. (March 14, 2013, Page 2)

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                  Lawsuit against Scruggs book authors back on

                  The lawsuit against a political blogger and former federal prosecutor who wrote a book about the legal events leading up to the conviction of former trial attorney Richard “Dickie” Scruggs in a judicial bribery case has been is back before the Mississippi Supreme Court. (March 13, 2013, Page 2)

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                    Cameras catch unflattering images

                    Tate Moore’s use of security cameras and social media at his business, Square Pizza, has helped solve crimes and increase business. (March 8, 2013, Page 1A)

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