Crimes in Precinct Four

Property crimes are down on the Northside, while violent crimes are slightly up.

For the first three months of the year, violent crimes in Precinct Four were up 6.3 percent, while property crime were down 22.7 percent, according to documents provided to the Sun.

No Data Kept

It’s an election year, but don’t look to the district attorneys of Hinds, Madison and Rankin counties to tell you their conviction rates.

The top criminal prosecutors for the two judicial districts don’t keep the information readily available.

Detours on Rice Road

Rick Eads has known Rice Road needed repaving for a long time.

The Ridgeland resident who lives at the corner of Rice and the entrance of the Wendover subdivision, said potholes in the road have caused him to blow out tires on his bicycle.

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