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Meth Arrests Made by Alcorn County Sheriff’s Office

From left are Hollins, Salmon and Russell.

The Alcorn County Sheriff’s Office has made a number of methamphetamine-related arrests in the past few days.

Jeremy Hollins, 31, of Corinth, was allegedly found in possession of about 21.6 grams of meth Monday during a traffic conducted by Deputy Chris Settlemires on County Road 618, according to a news release from Sheriff Ben Caldwell.

Hollins also had a Mississippi Department of Corrections warrant and was transported to the Alcorn County Jail. He was charged with felony possession of a controlled substance, and a hold was placed on him for MDOC.

In a separate case, Danny Layne Salmon, 41, of Corinth, was allegedly found in possession of a syringe containing about 30 dosage units of liquid methamphetamine, the news release says. Salmon was arrested after a traffic stop on South Parkway Street conducted Saturday by Deputy Riley Jeter.

Salmon also had an active Alcorn County warrant and was transported to the Alcorn County Jail. He was charged with felony possession of a controlled substance.

In another case, Bobby Lee Russell, 40, was allegedly found in possession of 2.1 grams of meth after a Saturday traffic stop conducted by Deputy Jeter on South Harper Road. Russell also had an active warrant from the Tishomingo County Sheriff’s Office.

Russell was transported to the Alcorn County Jail and charged with felony possession of a controlled substance. A hold was placed on him for the Tishomingo County Sheriff’s Office.

2 Comments

  1. Ethan Ethan March 18, 2019

    Great works Alcorn County Sheriffs Department!!!! Keep it up.

  2. Julie Berry Julie Berry March 19, 2019

    Yea! Gittem!!!!! Alcorn County Sheriff’s Department

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