Student released on bond |

Student released on bond |

There are 1 comment on the Natchez Democrat story from Nov 14, 2009, titled Student released on bond |. In it, Natchez Democrat reports that:

NATCHEZ a ' An Alcorn State University student charged with murder was released from the Claiborne County jail on $35,000 bond Friday.

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#1 Nov 17, 2009
During the arrest ebony was transported to the claiborne county sheriff department by her great uncle assistant chief carl r fleming who shouldn't have never came in contact with the suspect and should have let another officer transported her, Atthe sheriffs office chief yarbrough shouldn't have let family members in contact at the multipurpose room . special previlage. that is not the procegure for the department.the call came in one hour eariler but an officer took his time went to the kitchen got some breakfast went back to his office ate his breakfast and then went on the on hwy 552, That is very sad tha people you put trust in would do such a thing and now tyring to cover it up , check the log books and 911recorder,

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