Deputies fingerprinted at Belden Baptist Church for their recent Fall Festival. Around 100 children were fingerprinted and given coloring pages and badges.
The Patriotic Employer Award was presented today from the Employer Support Group of Guard and Reserve Force for contributing to the National Security and protecting livert and freedom by supporting employee participation in American National Guard and Reserve Force. Pictured L to R: Chief Deputy John Hall, Deputy Kerry Reddick, Sheriff Jim H Johnson, and […]
The Crazy Readers Book Club at Lawhon Elementary School in Tupelo was discussing a book on the electoral process. They invited Sheriff Johnson to speak on how elections work.
Pictured with the students on the left with Sheriff Johnson are the Kindergarten teachers and Deputy AJ Dillard.
Deputies interacted with students at the Touch A Truck event hosted by the Tupelo Park and Recreation.
The annual event was held at Ballard Park. Students got a first hand look at vehicles and machinery used in various occupations.
Sheriff Johnson visited with Parkway Elementary and spoke to the 2nd grade regarding Community Helpers.
The Lee County Sheriff’s Department provided fingerprinting for Guntown First Baptist Church’s Back To School Event Saturday.
The mission project for First Baptist Church, Baldwyn Vacation Bible School was to provide 120 blankets for area children served by the Lee County Sheriffs Department.
Harrisburg Baptist Church provided lunch for the employees as one of the many 72 Hours of Service Ministry events.
Deputies collected 25 lbs of OTC/RX today that were unused and/or expired.
Pictured above is Carolyn Jones, Wal-Mart, issuing a donation to Chief Deputy John Hall for the Sheriff’s Dept.
Today Sheriff Johnson sat in the dunking booth for Tupelo Christian Preparatory School to help raise funds. This event was held in conjunction with the Up, Up, and Away Hot Air Balloon Festival/Azaela Festival at Veteran”s Park. As seen below, Sheriff Johnson encountered many with good aim that sent him splashing into the water. […]
Today deputies fingerprinted youngsters as part of Belk”s Kid”s Day. Free ink ID cards were made, along with the store”s other events such as facepainting, fashion show, balloons, snacks and other fun things for kids! There were even visits with the Easter Bunny and a teddy bear!
[Lee County, MS] ├ On April 30 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Lee County Sheriff’s Department in partnership with D.A.R.E. America and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will give the public another opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs. Bring […]