Clay Sheriff's Department Arrests 10
More Arrests to Come
The Clay County Sheriff’s Office conducted “Operation Avalanche” Thursday, arresting ten individuals, and more arrests pending.
As of Monday, Stop N’ Shop’s Marathon Head Manager IJ Mann says the store has sold more than 1,400 cases of beer in less than two days.
Employees there say customers have come from Clay, Laurel, Leslie, and other areas to buy their beer, since their license was issued Friday evening.
An emergency situation led to a lockdown at Goose Rock Elementary Friday evening.
While tending to the situation, the Clay County Sheriff’s Department made several arrests in the Sandhill area. Police officials are referring to Friday’s events as “the Sandhill Saga”.
Kayla Roark and Jessica Asher at Manchester Cash Express honored local emergency workers, including Clay County Ambulance Service’s EMTs, Manchester Fire Department, Horse Creek Fire Department, Clay County Sheriff’s Department, and Manchester 911 Center. Every year for the last five years, Cash Express has honored the groups in memory of September 11, which marked the largest loss of life of emergency officials in American History. Roark and Asher presented the emergency personnel groups with patriotic cakes.
Clay County’s Fiscal Court met Tuesday to redistrict magisterial districts in Clay County.
County Clerk Michael Maker says the redistricting will not go into affect until 2012, and will have no bearing on any Clay County elections until 2014.
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