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Top Stories for April 23, 2014

Naheola accident still under investigation

By Dee Ann Campbell
Sun-Advocate Publisher

NAHEOLA -- Funeral services were held on Tuesday for a Mobile area man who was killed in an industrial accident at Georgia Pacific’s Naheola mill last Tuesday, and officials with GP and S & S Sprinkler Company say that the investigation into the accident is still ongoing.

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Pleasant Hill Road scheduled for repavement, widening

Drivers license database to be shut down from April 25 to April 30

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Gibson trial set for May 5

By Dee Ann Campbell
Sun-Advocate Publisher
BUTLER — Choctaw
County District 4 Commissioner Mark Gibson is scheduled to face trial for theft of property when the Choctaw County Circuit Court convenes on May 5.
According to the court docket for the spring session of criminal court, barring a continuance or other action by the court, Gibson’s trial is set to take place in the main courtroom, with Judge Gaines McCorquodale presiding.Whitted Road residents seek help with road issues

Five to facemurder charges

By Dee Ann Campbell
Sun-Advocate Publisher

BUTLER – Five individuals are scheduled to stand trial for murder in Choctaw County Circuit Court beginning May 5.
According to the court docket for the spring session, Kristie Diamond is set to face murder charges in the shooting death of Theodore Emmerson ‘Theo’ Martin, Jr. Martin reportedly died from gunshot wounds he sustained on October 25, 2011 at his residence on Land Road just north of Needham.
Demarcus Woodard is scheduled for trial for capital murder in the March 2013 death of work-release inmate Keith Mosley. Woodard was arrested in April of last year. His case could be continued to a later date.
Melton Crosby III, Cedrick Demond Jones, and Brandon Yates are scheduled for trial in the shooting death of 19- year-old Brandarius Hill. Hill was killed during a September 2011 shooting incident outside a nightclub near Silas. All three are also facing charges of attempted murder and discharging a firearm into an occupied vehicle. The three suspects are being tried separately.

See the court docket in this weeks issue of The Choctaw Sun-Advocate.

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