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Marion County man faces charges for DUI, leaving scene

MARION COUNTY, MS (WDAM) -

A Marion County man has been arrested after fleeing the scene of an accident.

Jammy Little of Marion County was arrested Friday night for DUI 1st, after leaving the scene of an accident with injuries in Columbia.

Police Chief Clint McMurry said Monday that approximately 9pm friday police recieved a call of an accident on 98 in front of Domino's Pizza in Columbia. Little allegedy fled the scene in his 2006 Chevy truck.

Police issued a "be on the look out" bulletin, and Little was later arrested in the parking lot of a county convenience store.

Jammy Little is charged with leaving the scene of an accident with injuries by the Columbia Police Department. Little is also charged with DUI 1st Offense by the Marion County Sheriff's

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