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Monday, April 21, 2014

Searn Lynch

Top drug cop sentenced

Former narcotics head, Searn Lynch, to serve two years probation. (September 17, 2013, Page 1, 2)

Sentencing date scheduled for Lynch

A former Metro Narcotics head will be sentenced on July 15 for illegally obtaining prescription medications. (June 18, 2013, Page 2)

Lynch’s Lawyer asks court for new date for sentencing

Tony Farese, lawyer of former narcotics officer Searn Lynch, filed a motion Wednesday to delay Lynch’s June 24 sentence due to its conflict with another case the lawyer is involved with. Lynch was charged with obtaining prescription medicines by using deception in April. (June 7, 2013, Page 8A)

Lynch pleads guilty to drug charges

Former narcotics agent Searn Lynch pleaded guilty Monday before a federal judge to charges of obtaining prescription drugs by deception. His sentencing was deferred pending a presentencing report done by the U.S. Probation Department. (April 16, 2013, Page 1, 14)

Lynch to change plea

The former head of the Lafayette County Narcotics Unit and his attorney have filed a motion to cancel the upcoming trial later this month and instead have a change of plea hearing. (April 4, 2013, Page 2)

Former drug cop asks court for more time

The attorney for former head of Lafayette County Narcotics Unit Searn Lynch asked the U.S. District Court Tuesday to delay his client’s trial to give them time to “negotiate a resolution” with prosecutors. (February 21, 2013, Page 2)

Chargers end season with sweep of Senatobia

Oxford’s seventh-grade football team capped another successful season Tuesday with a 26-6 win against Senatobia at Oxford High’s Bobby Holcomb Field. The victory came a week after a heartbreaking double overtime loss to Grenada, which went on to defeat Lafayette Tuesday and capture the seventh-grade Tri-Lakes Conference title. The eighth-graders also ended the year on a high note with a 40-6 win against Senatobia in the nightcap. (October 24, 2012, Page 6)

Agent takes over helm at Metro Narcotics

A police officer since June 2000, Randall K. Davis is now the head of the Lafayette County Metro Narcotics Unit. His number one goal — to make Oxford a safer place to live. (April 20, 2010, Page 2)

Narcotics unit has change at top

The Lafayette County Metro Narcotics Unit will soon be under new leadership. Oxford Police Chief Mike Martin said the narcotics unit will be headed up by OPD’s Capt. Kevin Stark on a temporary basis until a replacement for former commander Searn Lynch is hired. (March 30, 2010, Page 2)

Meth lab busted

LOCAL NEWS — Agents with the Lafayette County Metro Narcotics Unit arrested three county residents, busting up what they claim was a fully operational methamphetamine lab. (January 5, 2010, Page 12)

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