Port Gibson woman held in stabbingPublished 11:30am Thursday, June 19, 2014
A woman accused of stabbing her boyfriend was held without bail this morning.
Mekorshia McComb, 23, who lists addresses in Vicksburg and Port Gibson, was arrested at about 6 p.m. Wednesday and charged with aggravated domestic violence, Sheriff Martin Pace said.
McComb is accused of stabbing her 30-year-old boyfriend his apartment at Whispering Woods, 780 U.S. 61 North, Pace said.
Sheriff’s investigators received the case from Vicksburg police Sgt. Beverly Prentiss who initially investigated the stabbing, which was reported as happening in the city limits, Pace said.
“That apartment complex is split between the city and county,” Pace said.
The 30-year-old victim’s condition was not available this morning.
“The victim was treated and went to emergency surgery at River Region last evening and is said to be recovering,” Pace said.
McComb was held without bail this morning in the Warren County Jail.
Man held on cocaine charge
A Vicksburg man accused of possessing two types of cocaine was held without bail this morning.
Karllyandys Clark, 20, 180 Waltersville St., Apt. C, was arrested at 10:46 p.m. Wednesday and charged with possession of cocaine, Vicksburg police Lt. Troy Kimble said.
A bottle containing crack cocaine and powder cocaine were discovered during a traffic stop Wednesday night at Drummond and Realty streets, Kimble said.
Clark was held without bail this morning in the Issaquena County Correctional Facility awaiting his initial court appearance.
Church air conditioner missing
An air conditioner was missing this morning following a break-in at a Vicksburg church.
At 9:02 a.m. Wednesday, the air conditioning unit was reported missing from Vicksburg Church of Christ Holiness USA, Vicksburg police Lt. Troy Kimble said.
The associated pastor of the church reported that he left the church on Tuesday at about 2 p.m., and when he returned Wednesday, the air conditioner was gone, Kimble said.