Operation Spring Cleaning continues to produce arrests for illegal narcotics
The Picayune Police Department Narcotics Division continues to make narcotics arrests as part of the ongoing Operation Spring Cleaning by using various methods and techniques to locate and arrest those participating in illegal drug activity. Picayune Police Department Assistant Chief Jeremy Magri released the following information in a press release.
Donald Cooper, Sr Talitha Ann Longyear Tomara Lynn East-Holloway
In a span of four days, Picayune Police Narcotics Division made two arrests for outstanding warrants and placed a hold on another suspect wanted by the Picayune Police Department.
On April 16th, Donald Cooper, Sr, aka “Blue”, age 55, of 1223 Kingsway Drive,
Apt #F-22, Picayune, was arrested for two counts for Sale of a Controlled Substance and Conspiracy to Sell a Controlled Substance.
On April 17th, Talitha Ann Longyear, age 31, of 1200 Holly Street Apt #1, Picayune, was arrested for Possession of a Controlled Substance With Intent to Distribute and for Prostitution.
Both Cooper and Longyear was transported to the Criminal Justice Center where they were booked and incarcerated.
On April 19th , a hold was placed on Tomara Lynn East-Holloway, age 47, of 24 Hayes Lane, Picayune, who is currently incarcerated at the Central Mississippi Correction Facility on unrelated charges. The outstanding warrants on East-Holloway are for Sale of Controlled Substance Within 1500 Feet of a Church and Conspiracy to Sell a Controlled Substance Within 1500 Feet of a Church.