Relatively quiet weekend for First Responders in Attala County


Friday afternoon through Sunday night was relatively quiet for Attala First Responders going into Thanksgiving Week.  On Friday evening at 5:43 pm the ACSO responded to a one car MVA involving a deer near AR 4116 and Hwy 429.  No injuries were reported, but the vehicle had to be towed from the scene.  The KPD responded to Campbell’s Motel for a disturbance at 10:30 pm but the aggressor had left the scene.

On Saturday morning at 7:57 am near AR 2207 a prowler was reported near a residence, but upon ACSO’s arrival no one was located.  KPD responded to the area of Wells St. near Middle Elementary for loud music but the complaint was unfounded around 9 am.  The ACSO responded to an MVA near North Union Church on AR 3111 at 12:09 pm with reported injuries.  The scene was cleared at 12:32 pm with the victim being transported by private vehicle.  At 3:40 pm the ACSO was informed of two bulls near Hwy 12 at McCool, but the owner was contacted and there was no further incident.

The KPD responded to Goodman St. on Sunday morning around 1:44 am for a report of gunfire.  All responding units cleared the scene about 15 minutes later, finding no suspect or evidence of a shooting.  KPD then responded to the McDonald’s Restaurant at 9:27 am for a disturbance in the parking lot.  Officers cleared the scene, reporting no further incident at 10:32 am.  ACSO responded to Williamsville around the car wash at 10:44 am for a pit bulldog running loose, but no further incident was reported.  The night culminated with a horse in the road near AR 4167 and AR 4116 for the ACSO at approximately 10 pm.  No further incident was reported by deputies involving the equine.


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