The purpose of these investigations is to provide as much information to the courts as possible to allow for appropriate sentences for the offender.
Parole and Probation Services consists of ninety five (95) staff with seventy five (75) sworn officers whom operate from sixteen (16) district offices located throughout the state.
Parole and Probation Services is also responsible to complete Pre-Sentence Investigations as ordered by the state district courts.
On February 4th, 1904, the Jamestown Weekly Alert republished a story that ran a few days earlier in the Grand Forks Herald: From brooding over the hallucination that all the widows and old maids in the country wanted to marry him, Farmer Eugene Butler became insane and was committed to the insane hospital at Jamestown.
Butler is about 40 years of age and has lived by himself for years on a farm at Shawnee.
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Parole and Probation Officers embrace the Transition for Prison to Community (TPC) initiative and work closely with staff in all correctional facilities to make a seamless transition for the offenders from the institutions to the community.
In order to provide maximum effectiveness in supervision, Parole and Probation Services utilizes several specialized caseloads.
White, of Wayside, MS, Debra Wools of Colony, KA, and Margaret Bryant of Flowood, Ms Visitation will be at Stricklin-King Funeral Home in Yazoo City Monday August 28 – A. Graveside services will be Monday August 28 at Coopersville Baptist Church Cemetery in Morton, MS. Adams (Gloria), and Rene Adams Thompson (Greg), his grandchildren Lindsey Taulbee Broadus (Craig), Christopher Brian Adams (Rebecca), Aaron Ryan Adams (Renee), William Howard Adams, Whitney Graham Hardison (Russell), Elizabeth Adams Ellet (Mike), Andrew Taz Alias (Mary Kendal), Caitlyn Rae Adams, Cody Lee Thompson, Macey Elise Adams, and ten great grandchildren. Adams will be remembered most for his exemplary Christian values, his deep rooted devotion to his wife and family, and his many years of public service. Adams served his country in the United States Army from 1956-1959. Celebration of the life of William Bryant Adams, Sr. A homemaker she was a member of Parkview Church of God. Internment will follow in Midway Baptist Church Cemetery with Rev. He was predeceased by his parents Curtis Woods and Pearlie Wiltcher Woods; brothers, Wesley (Imogene), Luther (Christine), Charlie (Lorene), Leon (Nell), Johnny (Louise) and sister Lida Downs (Grady). Woods was a life-long resident of Yazoo County, leaving only to serve his country during the Korean Conflict as a hospitalist in the Navy for four years. Woods attended Benton Public Schools where he met the love of his life since 7th grade, Betty Lou Williams.