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Moss Point PD Searches for Attempted Murder Suspects
Moss Point Police is asking the public for help in the search for two armed robbery and attempted murder suspects. Video Video
Moss Point PD Searches for Suspect Involved in Shooting
Moss Point Police are also actively searching for a second suspect, Marcus Larone Williams, black male, 25 years of age, in connection with the shooting that occurred in the 4000 block of Max Street about 9:55 p.m. Tuesday, July 8th, 2014.
Davis Has First Day at M.D.M.R. as Chief of Marine Patrol
Tuesday was former Moss Point Police Chief, Keith Davis', first official day at the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources (M.D.M.R.), a day he has been anticipating since his announcement that he taking up the Chief of Marine Patrol position last week. Video Video
Meeting Held in Moss Point to Appoint Interim Police Chief
A meeting was held Tuesday evening at Moss Point City Hall with the Mayor and the Board of Aldermen, and one of the topics under discussion was the naming of an Interim Police Chief. Video Video
Moss Point PD Searching for Attempted Murder Suspect
Moss Point Police are actively looking for Terrance Coleman, black male, 28 years of age, who resides in the Moss Point community.
Moss Point Interim Police Chief Plans to Apply for Permanent Pos.
This week, Moss Point named an interim police chief to manage the department while the city looks for a new chief. Video Video
Moss Point Residents Want Chief Davis to Stay
As of Wednesday, Keith Davis is still Moss Point's Police Chief. Video Video
Moss Point reacts to resignation of Chief Keith Davis
News 25 spoke with residents the day after Davis’ announcement for the reactions and concerns of the citizens of Moss Point. Video Video
Keith Davis to Take Over Marine Patrol for M.D.M.R.
Big news announced Thursday at the Biloxi Visitors Center: former Moss Point Police Chief, Keith Davis, was declared the new Chief of Marine Patrol for the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources (M.D.M.R.). Video Video
Moss Point Aldermen Reject Chief Davis' Resignation
After a heated Moss Point board meeting Tuesday night, officials rejected Police Chief, Keith Davis', letter of resignation. Video Video
Chief Keith Davis Still Plans to Resign
Moss Point Police Chief, Keith Davis', decision to resign from his position, has been met with a very vocal community that wants him to stay. Video Video
Keith Davis' Officially No Longer Moss Point Police Chief
It is now official, Keith Davis is no longer chief of the Moss Point Police Department. Video Video
Interim Chief of Police Appointed for Moss Point PD
As the clock struck 5 o'clock Friday afternoon, Keith Davis was officially off duty as Moss Point's Chief of Police. Video Video
Moss Point Jail Transfers Inmates
Moss Point moved inmates from the Moss Point facility to the Jackson County Adult Detention Center. The move marks the first move in the city’s expansion project. Video Video
Moss Point Police Arrest Fugitive from Delaware
Moss Point Police arrested a Delaware fugitive Friday morning on the corner of Palmetto and Jackson Street. Video Video
Moss Point Students Graduate from D.A.R.E. Program
A group of Moss Point 5th grade students celebrated their drug free lifestyles at Escatawpa Upper Elementary School. Video Video
Spike in Burglaries in Moss Point
A recent spike in house burglaries has residents in Moss Point on alert. Video Video
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