Thursday, December 11, 2014

CrimeStoppers Alert - Dec 10 Armed Robbery

On December 10 2014 at around 7:15 PM, Louisville Police Officers were dispatched to 510 West Main St, Dixie Gas, to an armed robbery call.

The clerk stated two young black males came into the store armed with a handgun demanding all the money. There was another individual outside the store acting as a look out. They left the store on foot with an undisclosed amount of money. 

If you have any information on this crime, please contact CrimeStoppers at 662-773-9999 or the Louisville Police Department at 662-773-3511.

Winston County CrimeStoppers offer rewards up to $1000 for information on crimes in Louisville, Noxapater and across Winston County. All calls are anonymous and are routed to an out-of-state call center.

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

LDP Make Arrests in Louisville High School Break In

On 11-19-14, the Career Technical Center (Vo-Tech) at Louisville High School was broken into and a safe was taken out of the office.  Investigation by the Louisville Police Department with assistance from school resource officer, Thomas (Pup) Kelly led to the arrest of two adults and three juveniles.

Entry was made by breaking out a classroom window on the north side of the Career Tech Center.  Subjects then broke the office window and gained entry to the office where the safe was located.  The safe was rolled from the scene by use of a large dolly.

Louisville Police also made arrests on two armed robbery cases that were reported on December 12, 2013 and on April 18, 2014 at Dixie Gas Company on West Main Street in Louisville.

In these cases, a juvenile male will be charged as an adult. This individual will also be charged in relation to a residential burglary that occurred on Mississippi Avenue in Louisville on October 8, 2014.

Friday, November 14, 2014

Woman Wanted for Questioning in Burglaries

The Winston County Sheriff’s Dept. is asking for help in locating Benetta Jones, 32 old years, in connection with the recent burglaries around Noxapater, MS. Jones was accompanied by Clifton Smith and Carlos Daniels who are already in custody and charged with business burglary. Jones was last seen in Winston County Thursday night, 11/06/2014. She also could possibly be located in Laurel, MS or around Jones County. If anyone has any information on Benetta Jones, please contact the Winston County Sheriff’s Dept. at (662) 773-5881 or the Winston County Crimestoppers at (662) 773-9999.

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Info Needed on Rash of Burglaries in the County

The Winston County Sheriff’s Dept. is investigating a rash of burglaries that have occurred over the past few days. Sheriff’s Dept. investigators are investigating 7 burglaries that have occurred since Sunday night. One residence that entry was made into was occupied by an 84 yr. old woman. No harm was done to her as the suspect fled from the residence. Items such as laptop computers, televisions, jewelry and guns were taken. If anyone has any information pertaining to these burglaries please call the Winston County Sheriff’s Dept. at (662) 773-5881 or Crimestoppers at(662) 773-9999.

LPD Asks for Public's Help - Eiland Middle School Burglaries and Vandalism

The Louisville Police Department and Winston County CrimeStoppers are asking for your assistance in the following ongoing investigations:

On October 8, 2014, Louisville PD responded to Eiland Middle School to find that the 5th grade hall had been vandalized and several items taken. Entry was made on the north entry of the alternative/5th grade hall. Items taken include:

Laptop Latitude XT2
Serial # 3CVYPP1

Apple IPad - white
Serial # DLXG49M3DKPH

Camcorder= HandyCam
Model # DCR-DVD610


On October 25, 2014 Eiland Middle School was burglarized and vandalized. A window was broken to gain access and glass windows in classrooms and the library were broken as well.  The  thieves took the following items:
  1. 2 Dell Laptop
  2. 1 Vizio 55" Tv
  3. 1 Playstation 3
  4. 1 Google Chrome Cast Adaptor
  5. 1 Apple to Device
  6. $30.00 in change
If you have any information on these crimes, please contact the Louisville Police Department at 662-773-3511 or Winston County CrimeStoppers at 662-773-9999

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Louisville PD Ask for Info on Two Area Burglaries

The Louisville Police Department and Winston County CrimeStoppers are asking for your assistance in the following ongoing investigations:


  • On September 4, the athletic complex and other buildings at Louisville High School were burglarized. The suspect is a black male wearing a ski mask and gloves. Three I-Pads, a computer, a number of I-Cloud pads and two Sony video cameras were stolen.



  • On September 12, a residence in the 300 block of East Main was burglarized. Items taken from the property were stacked behind the house and the perpetrators were frightened away before they could be removed. An amount of cash was taken from the home.


If You have any information on these crimes, please contact CrimeStoppers at 662-773-9999 or the Louisville Police Department at 662-773-3511. Winston County CrimeStoppers  offer rewards up to $1000 for information on crimes in Louisville, Noxapater and across Winston County. All calls are anonymous and are routed to an out-of-state call center.

 This information and info on other crimes can be found on the CrimesStoppers' website at :  http://www.winstonmscrimestoppers.com/

Monday, September 22, 2014

Winston Strong and Local Business Burglaized over the Weekend

SUSPECTS IN CUSTODY!!!The Winston Strong warehouse located at 902 S. Columbus and Hudspeth Construction at 805 S. Church were burglarized over the weekend (Sept 19-21). Power tools were taken from both locations with the majority taken from the Winston Strong facility.

Louisville Police were contacted on Monday morning after the thefts were discovered.Mike Dowd with Winston Strong indicated a significant number of new Milwaukee power tools including cordless drills and saws were taken. A full inventory is being conducted to identify the stolen items.

Tools similar to those stolen from
Winston Strong
Dowd indicated that these items were donated by Milwaukee Tool and were to be used in the construction of new homes by Winston Strong groups for last April's tornado victims.

The burglaries occurred sometime between closing on Friday afternoon (Sept 19) and  Monday morning. LPD investigator Greg Clark is asking for the public's assistance in this case. If you have any information that may be relevant to either of these burglaries, contact the Louisville Police Department at 662-773-3511 or Winston County CrimeStoppers at 662-773-9999.