Arrest made in burglary at Neshoba
Wednesday, December 12, 2012 12:00 AM
A Philadelphia man has been charged in connection with a Nov. 26 burglary at a house in the Neshoba community.
Joey Morgan, 27, of 10860 Road 838, was charged with burglary of a house on Road 1315.
Entry inside the house was made through a broken out window, Sheriff Tommy Waddell said.
Taken in the burglary was a bow and arrow set in a case.
"There were several other items found piled up outside the house as though he was going to load them up," Waddell said.
The bow was later recovered in a wooded area in the Burnside community.
"We are searching for a second suspect who we believe has fled the state of Mississippi," Waddell said. "He has been listed with the NCIC as a wanted person."