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Lee County Sheriff's Department, Mississippi

This page was established to promote community events, amber alerts, arrests, community information and efforts to make Lee County a safer place to live, work and visit.**Please note that comments and discussion are welcomed and encouraged but obscenities, hate speech and/or slander will not be tolerated and comments will be deleted.
Lee County Sheriff's Department, Mississippi
Lee County Sheriff's Department, MississippiTuesday, May 30th, 2017 at 5:15am
We would like to wish you and your family a safe Memorial Day. Please remember those who sacrificed their lives for this great nation.
Lee County Sheriff's Department, Mississippi
Lee County Sheriff's Department, MississippiMonday, May 29th, 2017 at 4:42am
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Lincoln Co Sheriff's Department, Deputy Durr's family, and the citizens of Lincoln Co.
Lee County Sheriff's Department, Mississippi
Lee County Sheriff's Department, MississippiThursday, May 25th, 2017 at 9:43am
From Sheriff Johnson:
I have been approached on several occasions lately and a conversation generated about all the evil acts that have been happening in our county. The recent violent acts of many have the fine folks of Lee County concerned. I noticed a recent article where the media covered a story titled “Tupelo Announces Plan to Reduce Gun Violence”.

I would like to state that the Lee County Sheriff’s Department is not going to release any plan of action. Any detailed plan I have will not be released because I believe one of the most effective plans is the element of surprise. Therefore, if you are involved in one of these evil acts, you will be introduced to the plan I have in place, when we arrest you.

Now with that being said, I would like to address an issue. I do not believe we are dealing with gun violence. I believe we are dealing with criminals that are breaking the law. We have recently worked two murders in our county and neither one had anything to do with a gun. We choose to address the real problem, the person committing the crime. For the past few years, we have been bombarded with groups of people that promote hatred toward authority. They teach kids to not respect authority. Some have totally gotten away from any form of morality and do what they want, and dare anyone to challenge them.

With all these ideas promoted in society, we should not be surprised at the outcome, EVIL. Sin is alive and well. The more you promote it, the more it will consume the environment. I can assure you that the Lee County Sheriff’s Department will continue to strive to protect you as a law abiding citizen with the protection you deserve. The criminals are the ones that need to be held accountable for their actions. It is time for the system to address why people that commit such hateful acts are not dealt with in the strictest manner. I continue to ask for your prayers as we continue to serve.
Lee County Sheriff's Department, Mississippi
Lee County Sheriff's Department, MississippiWednesday, May 24th, 2017 at 1:56am
NOW HIRING Correction Officer positions ....
Applicant must be willing to work swingshift and handle multi-tasking efficiently. Starting pay is $10.50 new Correction Officers. Once certification is achieved (We provide the training) pay raises to $11.00. Applicant must be 21 yrs of age, have a high school diploma or GED, able to pass a background check, and pass a drug test, and must not have a criminal record. Applicant must possess an ability to work positively with the public and peers. Position includes salary, health, vision, and dental insurance. Also, PERS retirement. Please go online and fill out an application and deliver the completed application to the Lee County Sheriffs Department at 510 N Commerce Street in Tupelo. Applications can also be downloaded from our website.
NO CALLS, please.
Lee County Sheriff's Department, Mississippi
Lee County Sheriff's Department, MississippiSunday, May 21st, 2017 at 3:01am
The Lee County Sheriff's Department Deputies will ride stuffed animals as their partners today in honor of Kingston Frazier. When we received the amber alert in the early morning hours of May 18, we never imagined what would come next. Today, we declare May 20, 2017 as Honorary Deputy Kingston Frazier Day in Lee County. May God give comfort to his family.
Lee County Sheriff's Department, Mississippi
Lee County Sheriff's Department, MississippiThursday, May 18th, 2017 at 8:48am
Homicide Arrest:
On May 14, 2017, around 18:06 hours the Lee County Sheriff’s Department was dispatched to an alarm call at 1060 CR 54 Shannon MS. While on CR 54, the deputy went to structure 1010 CR 54 Shannon, due to the fact this is a common alarm that we respond to. Upon the deputy’s arrival at 1010 CR 54 Shannon MS, the deputy discovered a body lying outside the residence in the carport area. Other units were dispatched to secure and clear the scene. Once the scene was secure, deputies requested investigators to the scene. Investigators arrived and begin to process the scene.

Investigators found a black female subject lying in carport area, deceased from an apparent homicide. The crime scene revealed some type struggle had taken place inside and outside the home that resulted in the death of the victim. The victim suffered multiple traumatic injuries to her head and her face at the hands of the suspect. It is believed that the investigation will reveal multiple objects were used to inflict the injuries on victim.

The victim was identified as Victim Molly J Gladney, 66 years of age.

*A person of interest at the scene*
The subsequent criminal investigation revealed that suspect, Antonio Gladney, knowingly and willing took the life of Molly Gladney during the early morning hours of May 14, 2017. Suspect Antonio Gladney was identified as the son of the victim.

*Charges on Antonio Gladney*
Possession of a weapon by convicted felon (Habitual)
Murder (Habitual)

*Extensive Criminal History on Antonio Gladney in MS*
Multiple Misdemeanor Convictions / Felony Fleeing / Strong Armed Robbery / Aggravated Assault / Burglary / Grand Larceny / Receiving Stolen Property / Parole Violation