Posts Tagged ‘Jim Hood’

Hood joins other AGs in efforts to curb copper theft

JACKSON — Attorney General Jim Hood, Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel, Tennessee Attorney General Robert Cooper and representatives for Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell met in Memphis yesterday for a roundtable discussion on the growing concern of copper theft. Representatives from Mississippi’s Secretary of State’s Office, Agriculture Commission and Department of Public Safety also attended […] [...]

States reach settlement with Phusion over ‘Four Loko’

JACKSON — Attorney General Jim Hood reports he and 19 other attorneys general and the city attorney of San Francisco have reached a settlement with Phusion Projects, LLC regarding Four Loko. As part of the settlement, Phusion has agreed to pay the plantiffs $400,000. Mississippi’s portion of this settlement is $14,047.62. The settlement resolves allegations […] [...]

Man arrested for selling bogus goods at flea market

JEFFERSON DAVIS COUNTY — A Mississippi man has been arrested for the sale of counterfeit goods in the Columbia area, according to Attorney General Jim Hood. Willie “Bo” Lorenzo Greer, 60, of Jefferson Davis County was arrested following an undercover investigation by the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division. Greer is accused of selling the items […] [...]

Woman accused of submitting false claim for work-related injury

PASS CHRISTIAN — A Coast woman is being charged with insurance fraud, according Attorney General Jim Hood. Paulina Wilkerson, 40, of Pass Christian, turned herself in to authorities at the Harrison County Detention Center following her indictment by a Harrison County Grand Jury on insurance and wire fraud. The indictment alleges that Wilkerson executed a […] [...]

Hood testifies before UN Human Rights Committee

JACKSON — Attorney General Jim Hood recently joined the United States delegation appearing before the United Nations Human Rights Committee in Geneva, Switzerland. The delegation appeared before the U.N. in Geneva to help the U.S. government address questions regarding the implementation of treaty obligations under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR). The […] [...]

Home repairman violates court order, gets jail time

BAY ST. LOUIS — A Hancock County resident has been incarcerated based on the revocation of his 2012 false pretenses conviction, according to Attorney General Jim Hood. Brad Dale Strong, 34, of Bay St. Louis was brought before Circuit Judge John Gargiulo in Hancock County by the Mississippi Attorney General Office’s Consumer Protection Division. Strong […] [...]

States settle with manufacturers in DRAM price-fixing case

JACKSON — Consumers can now file claims to recover money due to court preliminary approval of multi-state settlements worth $310 million with all the major manufacturers of dynamic random access memory (DRAM) computer chips for conspiring to fix their prices, according to Attorney General Jim Hood. All settling states, including Mississippi, will have access to […] [...]

Nurse accused of turning off patient’s life support

PETAL — A registered nurse in South Mississippi is facing charges of depraved heart murder. According to Attorney General Jim Hood, April Renae Grissom, 28, of Petal, turned herself in to investigators with the Attorney General’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit following indictment by a Lamar County Grand Jury. Grissom is accused in the indictment of […] [...]

Hood wants settlement funds to go to prison, courts

JACKSON — Attorney General Jim Hood has sent a check to the state General Fund for $52,697,853.73 and a check for $11,167,097.00 to the State/School Employees’ Health Insurance Plan. The money, totaling $63,864,932.73, is the result of litigation involving eight cases as follows: GlaxoSmithKline, LLC (Avandia): $25,219,368.42 BASF Corporation et al (vitamin litigation): $22,509,978.76 LCD […] [...]

Woman arrested, accused of selling counterfeit goods

PONTOTOC — A woman has been arrested for selling and producing counterfeit DVD’s in the Tupelo area, according to Attorney General Jim Hood. Mildred Jones, 49 of Pontotoc, was arrested after a traffic stop on McCullough Boulevard, within the city limits of Tupelo, led to a large stash of allegedly counterfeit CD/DVD’s. Tips from the […] [...]

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