Drug Court violator leads Marion County authorities on a manhunt - WDAM-TV 7-News, Weather, Sports-Hattiesburg, MS

Drug Court violator leads Marion County authorities on a manhunt

 
Drug Court and Marion County Authorities are looking for John Travis Magee of the New Hope Community who fled from a 15th Judicial District Drug Court Officer Thursday afternoon.
 
Magee led the officer on a vehicle pursuit then left his vehicle and fled on foot into the woods off of New Hope Church Road about 2 miles from the church.
 
Marion County authorities joined the manhunt an call for dogs to track Magee who knows the woods in the area well.
 
If you have seen or been contacted by John Travis Magee call the Marion County Sheriffs Office or 9-11.  
  • Local NewsLOCALMore>>

  • Collins headed to South State under second-year coach Eric Booth

    Collins headed to South State under second-year coach Eric Booth

  • Collins headed to South State under second-year coach Eric Booth

    Collins headed to South State under second-year coach Eric Booth

    Sunday, November 19 2017 12:40 AM EST2017-11-19 05:40:15 GMT
    Collins defeated Bay Springs 22-8 on Friday to advance to the class 2A south state title. Courtesy: WDAMCollins defeated Bay Springs 22-8 on Friday to advance to the class 2A south state title. Courtesy: WDAM

    After losing the first two games of the season by a combined five points, Collins has won 12 consecutive games to advance to the class 2A South State title. The Tigers (12-2) defeated Bay Springs 22-8 on Friday to advance to a south state matchup against Taylorsville (13-1). Collins scored twice in the fourth quarter to overcome the Bulldogs on the road. "I feel great," said Collins head coach Eric Booth, a former USM running back.

    More >>

    After losing the first two games of the season by a combined five points, Collins has won 12 consecutive games to advance to the class 2A South State title. The Tigers (12-2) defeated Bay Springs 22-8 on Friday to advance to a south state matchup against Taylorsville (13-1). Collins scored twice in the fourth quarter to overcome the Bulldogs on the road. "I feel great," said Collins head coach Eric Booth, a former USM running back.

    More >>
  • Beyond the Sidelines: Taylorsville football

    Beyond the Sidelines: Taylorsville football

Powered by Frankly