Laurel police searching for missing man
2017-08-18T17:02:30Z2017-08-18T17:02:30ZBy Eddie Robertson, Reporter
Brandon Bester. Source: LPD
LAUREL, MS (WDAM) -
The Laurel Police Department is asking for the public's help in locating a missing person. According to LPD, Brandon Bester, 27, was reported missing on Monday. He was last seen in Laurel and is 5'9 and 225 pounds. If you have any information on Bester's whereabouts contact LPD at 601-399-4440. Copyright WDAM 2017.
Laurel man charged with child abuse
2017-08-18T16:58:53Z2017-08-18T16:58:53ZBy Eddie Robertson, Reporter
Melvin Brown. Source: WDAM
LAUREL, MS (WDAM) -
A Laurel man has been charged with child abuse. According to the Laurel Police Department, officers were dispatched to South Central Regional Medical Center Thursday in reference to a child abuse complaint.
An inmate who walked off a work detail in Jones County made his initial appearance in court Monday after he turned himself in over the weekend. Travis Allen, 20, appeared in Jones County Court where a judge set his bond at $10,000. Allen remains in jail until the bond can be posted. Allen turned himself in to the Laurel Police Department Sunday morning after walking off the work detail on Highway 533.
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