Friday, March 25, 2016

Thugs attack Sheriff

Several thugs physically attacked Madison County Sheriff Randy Tucker and his son at Shuckers a few weeks ago.  The police incident report and mug shots are posted below.  The narrative is on page 4 and the mug shots are on pages five and six.




Kingfish note: How times have changed. The Kingfish knew some Sheriffs who would've made sure the suspects would've received a different version of justice although there probably would not have been any mug shots taken of the suspects.

84 comments:

Anonymous said...

Damn Madison and Oxford punks

Anonymous said...

Needless to say, the one who lives in Madison county will more than likely need to move to another location. How stupid can you get?

Anonymous said...

Their momma must be so proud her boys made the news.

Anonymous said...

Don't think this is going to be good for Alfa Insurance sales.

Anonymous said...

You got to be mega-stupid to throw a punch at a County Sheriff.

Anonymous said...

Another Ol' Miss Black Bear doing his alma mater proud.

Anonymous said...

The insurance sales are bound to surge now. Beer enhances everything, all the time.

PittPanther said...

Read the Clarion Ledger account of this incident. Looks like the sheriff later had a drunken brawl at his own home, where he broke his ankle

Anonymous said...

If and when they get sentenced to jail time, they'll be guests of Sheriff Tucker in the Madison County Jail. That should be fun!!

Anonymous said...

I think the real thugs are the police officers who are getting hammered drunk, initiating fights then pulling their badges to get themselves off the hook. Sounds like Madison County has some real reliable police officers.

Anonymous said...

That there is funny, I don't care who you are.
Randy Tucker ain't no small boy - you gotta be a special kind of stupid to pick a fight with him.
Kudos to the sheriff for not kicking their ass.

Anonymous said...

what a stupid way to ruin your life...assault on a police officer. try putting that on your next job application..

Anonymous said...

I'm glad they are keeping that thuggish shit out of Jackson. Y'all fighting Sheriff's and now y'all have the Zika virus. BUILD A WALL!

Anonymous said...

Keep those savages in Madison.

Anonymous said...

Why is with all of the blacked out parts?

Anonymous said...

I'm tellin' ya....nothing good happens north of County Line Road when the sun goes down

Anonymous said...

That's awesome...the sheriff of Madison county hanging out at bars until all hours of the night. Tax dollars at work. I'm sure this is all imbellished and fabricated.

Anonymous said...

Did the sheriff have a DD? Or do the DUI laws not apply to him, simply because he is law enforcement?

Anonymous said...

@4:59

At least they settled it without killing each other. That's not the way it would have gone down in Jacktown!

Anonymous said...

@ 4:21 Haters gonna hate. Get a life.

Anonymous said...

Wow some stupid comments here. "Did the sheriff have a DD?" Uh, maybe he wasn't planning to leave while drunk? Some people appear unaware that a beer or two does not make every person intoxicated (particularly with food).

Anonymous said...

5:15, it may be sort of like Jackson. A few years ago a Jackson cop was given an award for writing the most DUIs in a year. He was caught at a DUI check point in his cop car coming from Pops Around the Corner drunk as a skunk. All of the DUIs he had given that hadn't been settled were thrown out.

Anonymous said...

@ 5:48 Sounds like you're trying to move the goal post for these thugs!!!

Anonymous said...

I don't handle criminal cases but I noticed that MS Code Section 43-47-5, states that when assaulting a Sheriff (and about 50 other state and local officials) shall be punished by a fine of not more than One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) or by imprisonment for not more than five (5) years, or both. These boys should be seriously punished. This is not acceptable behavior.
It's unfortunate that people who drink alcohol don't know when to stop before they get in trouble.

Hillary said...

"You boys look familiar. Y'all aint Bernies sons are ya?" started it all.

Anonymous said...

Was the sheriff in uniform?

Anonymous said...

@7:08

You do realize the sheriff was not in uniform or on duty. The guys had no idea who he was and his son started the fight, who is also a police officer. Multiple people were involved these two just got caught. These blogs and media sites sure do forget to mention a lot of details. So technically this was not an "assault on a sheriff", he was just a man in the bar this night. Get your facts straight.

Anonymous said...

@7:08

You do realize the sheriff was not in uniform or on duty. The guys had no idea who he was and his son started the fight, who is also a police officer. Multiple people were involved these two just got caught. These blogs and media sites sure do forget to mention a lot of details. So technically this was not an "assault on a sheriff", he was just a man in the bar this night. Get your facts straight.

8 Ball Corner Pocket said...

"I'm your huckleberry!"

Filling Out Report 101 said...

Why does the comprehensive police report make no mention of intoxication, brethalizer, smell of alcohol, or presence of beer bottles regarding the two Madison County LEO. Nor is any mention made of interrogation of witnesses. So, in effect, we have no idea who was present, who said what, who started what, who might have been intoxicated or drinking or who might have seen what.

Anonymous said...


Unless he's out of the county, a Sheriff is presumed to be "on duty" 24/7 in or out of uniform . . . . that is if he wishes to get reelected.

Anonymous said...

8:29 ftw

Anonymous said...

What the hell is sheriff doing hanging out at Shuckers drinking beer and shooting pool?

Anonymous said...

Common sense - don't hang out at places frequented by drunks where trouble might find you.

Anonymous said...

What were these stupid white trash douche bags trying to prove? Hope the spend enough real time in the County Thinking Rooms got it to soak in how low class and stupid they were to do this.

Up against the wall redneck muthah said...

Only in Madison could there be so many rednecks. Hope they don't come over to Jackson. Please keep your drunks and rednecks in Madison county.

Anonymous said...

poor judgement by the Sheriff and his son. out after midnight, dressed plain clothes in a place that serves alcohol, of course armed. they should know how and do whatever is needed to avoid a bar fight. sounds like they were hogging the pool, then acted arrogant and giving commands. hopefully this is his last term.

Anonymous said...

Ol' Miss Beer Drinker, Alfa Insurance Agent and barroom brawler Joseph Sanders scrubbed Facebook but he didn't scrub all the tracks he's left on the net.

Anonymous said...

Well, at least they didn't get into a squad card and chase a shoplifter of $38 into Jacktown.

Anonymous said...

Looks like the Sanders' apologists have returned from the bar.

Anonymous said...

Shuckers is just the Dock of yesteryears.

Anonymous said...

Randy and son were not acting in the course of official duties while in the acts of shooting pool and hanging out in a nightclub, so no felony for assaulting a LEO; also, the state has to prove that the attacker knew the victim is a LEO and prove the LEO is in the course of official duties.

I know Randy professionally. He is a former narcotics officer, so he well knows, as sheriff, trouble spots in Madison County. Very poor judgment to be shooting pool at Shucker's. Me and my associates were strongly "encouraged" to avoid frequenting such places and thus, none of us got caught up, even innocently, in such embarrassing escapades.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like the sheriff is trying to take the attention off of the incident that happened at his house! All of you jumping to conclusions about these two young men need to read this taken from the Clarion Ledger:

The case was set for court in Ridgeland on Tuesday, but Randy Tucker asked for a continuance, citing a broken ankle.
The sheriff said he was hosting a crawfish boil at his home in Madison County when he and his youngest son, Kyle Tucker, went inside to discuss a personal matter.

Tucker admitted the discussion was "heated" but said the fall was an accident. After the break to his ankle, Tucker was taken by a personal vehicle to St. Dominic Hospital in Jackson.

He underwent surgery for the break Wednesday.

Tucker was not the only one injured at the crawfish boil.

A Southwest Madison County firefighter fell at the home and was transported to a hospital by ambulance. Tucker said he was inside his home when the firefighter was injured. Kyle Tucker is a probationary firefighter with the Gluckstadt fire department.

Tucker said he has heard rumors of what happened that night but insisted "there was no fight."

Tucker said alcohol was served at the party but was not a factor in the incident.

Anonymous said...

Totally off subject, but JJ wantabe "Hattiesburg Patriot" isn't doing a very good job trying to be you. He's the biggest joke. There's only one JJ.

Time To Recap said...

So; To recap:

People should not go into places that serve beer because you might get in a fight.

A place of business that has a pool table is a den of eniquity and you will subject yourself to a 'bar room brawl' if you enter.

An off duty policeman should only order take out in order to avoid the appearance of impropriety.

If a law abiding adult wants to enjoy a game of pool, he should find a church with a pool table in the basement.

Law enforcement officers who want to avoid trouble should always wear their uniform and sidearms so as not to intimidate others.

People who show up in establishments that sell alcohol (examples: Shapleys, Georgia Blue, Pizza Hut) are presumed to be drunk and should always have a designated driver with them.

Anonymous said...

Not surprised by any of this. When the Sanders boys have some alcohol onboard something is going to happen. Long term brain pickling has seriously skewed their decision making abilities. This is only the latest problem. Time to get some help for them Mom and Dad.

Anonymous said...

Interesting...I'm sure the voters of Madison County sure would like to know more about that "crawfish boil"!
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Anonymous said...

SOUNDS LIKE THE SHERIFF IS TRYING TO TAKE THE ATTENTION OFF OF THE INCIDENT THAT HAPPENED AT HIS HOUSE!

All of you jumping to conclusions about these two young men need to read this taken from the Clarion Ledger:

The case was set for court in Ridgeland on Tuesday, but Randy Tucker asked for a continuance, citing a broken ankle.
The sheriff said he was hosting a crawfish boil at his home in Madison County when he and his youngest son, Kyle Tucker, went inside to discuss a personal matter.

Tucker admitted the discussion was "heated" but said the fall was an accident. After the break to his ankle, Tucker was taken by a personal vehicle to St. Dominic Hospital in Jackson.

He underwent surgery for the break Wednesday.

Tucker was not the only one injured at the crawfish boil.

A Southwest Madison County firefighter fell at the home and was transported to a hospital by ambulance. Tucker said he was inside his home when the firefighter was injured. Kyle Tucker is a probationary firefighter with the Gluckstadt fire department.

Tucker said he has heard rumors of what happened that night but insisted "there was no fight."

Tucker said alcohol was served at the party but was not a factor in the incident.

March 26, 2016 at 9:32 AM
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Anonymous said...

Yes, police officers, in particular ranking officers such as the elected Sheriff, have to take extra measures compared to ordinary citizens to avoid getting caught up in escapades like this. It comes with the job. Yes, there are no guarantees, but shooting pool at Shuckers at midnight is poor judgment FOR A LEO. Eating lunch at Shuckers and having a beer with your food as a LEO probably ok. Sheriff Tucker clearly didn't start the ruckus, but it wouldn't have happened if he and his son played pool at home. He is legally a victim here, but many will justifiably question his judgment.

Anonymous said...

What is wrong @10:29, your comment from earlier today didn't get enough attention?

Anonymous said...

March 25, 2016 at 9:37 PM
Up against the wall redneck muthah said...
Only in Madison could there be so many rednecks. Hope they don't come over to Jackson. Please keep your drunks and rednecks in Madison county.

You're right! You wouldn't want us to mess up that perfect situation you've going on over there! What a joke!

Anonymous said...

Why wasn't the video released?

Anonymous said...

Not delving into the suspects' Facebook postings? Good first step in calling them thugs.

Anonymous said...

Redneck or not, sounds like some people just need to grow up -- if you can't handle being in public and dealing politely with other people, then please stay home.

Anonymous said...

surprised nobody warned the lads, hey buddy, that is the high sheriff and his deputy dog son? find it hard to imagine the sheriff is unknown.

Anonymous said...

Agree, the great philosopher Harry Callahan once said "a man has got to know his limitations."

CALL Detmer said...

Do you want your Sheriff to be a "known" when out and about? WOW.

Anonymous said...

So, what's up with Sarah Fowler? She does love her dramatic and misleading headlines. But is this another usual attempt to draw attention to herself, or does she have some beef with the Sheriff?

Anonymous said...

I guess these two low life scumb bag darling Sanders have shown us all how rough tough stupid they are, huh? Hope the spend some real jail time til they grow the hell up.

Anonymous said...

Folks here act like they've never done anything dumb before. I know Joseph, he's not a bad guy. Don't know his brother, but I'll give him the benefit of the doubt. Despite the 50+ comments... Worry not, neither of them are a threat to your safety.

The Preacher's Appetite said...

Reminds me of a preacher and his wife who went to the seafood buffet at a Delta casino and were robbed later in the parking lot.

It was their fault, right? The very idea of a man of God visiting a property that allows gambling. And what was his wife wearing? That's important too! They should have gone to Cap'n D's. And they should have gone at noon. Everybody knows preachers got no bidness out at night.

Just don't be goin' to the Cap'n's place on 55 north. It's been the scene of a lot of cap-poppin in recent years. On second thought, preachers should stay in their own kitchen and fry bream.

Anonymous said...

11:04 pm Whether that person wants attention or not, the point they made about a father who holds public office even being seen with his son in a pool hall where alcohol is served at midnight doesn't sound like good judgment or good parenting or setting a good example for Sheriff's deputies.
The lesson the Sheriff teaches here is " How to go looking for trouble off duty where you are likely to find it".
There are no smart,responsible people in this little saga.

Anonymous said...

Time to Recap, most people understand there is a high likelihood of a fight inside Shuckers and there isn't at Georgia Blue. If you can't recognize that, then here's an indicator to help you make determinations as you go places: If you see bouncers, the owners of the establishment agree that there is a likelihood of a fight breaking out. Now, just because you are judgment impaired, not all owners of high risk places hire bouncers. But, if there are bouncers, that's a pretty good sign. Hopefully as you treck through life, you might begin to understand the differences between a place like Shuckers and, say, the little bar inside Shapleys. Here's wishing wisdom to you and yours.

Anonymous said...

12:44 am: Obviouly the two Sanders shits were a threat to safety: they each violently hit their targets in the face. The were being bad guys apparently looking for a fight to show how tough they were.. They found one. Now they deserve some real jail time so the rest of us can go into and enjoy Shuckers in peace and safety.

Anonymous said...

@7:36 If you weren't there no need in your comment. Everyone involved knows that the Tucker boy started it, his dad got him out of there seeing that he's only a few months out of police academy. There is way more to the story, I'm sure once this is all said and done the truth will come out. All of these "attack on the sheriff" are misleading headlines trying to stir up everyone like media always does. No one was looking for a fight, until the Tucker boy got mad at someone who was NOT a Sanders at the pool table. Sure hope they pull eye witnesses on this case. There were multiple people involved, tables thrown, and I know many more punches other than the ones the Sanders made. It sure sounds like a power trip and Sheriff only singled the ones who happened to get him and now his feelings are hurt. I just pray the TRUTH comes out and the case isn't justified by the fact "police" are involved so they end up being the victim. No wonder police officers have such a bad reputation lately. They pull things like this knowing they have the higher power.

Anonymous said...

@9:38 You weren't there so no need to comment.

Anonymous said...

Sarah often mistakes her zeal for intelligence.

Anonymous said...

Dang more details than the police reports & articles @9:38 might have just been there.

Anonymous said...

Regardless of fault, no sheriff should be at a honky tonk at midnight unless on official business.

Anonymous said...

When you decide to put on the badge you have to act like you are a law enforcement person. When you choose to act like those you are supposed to protect the people from you should put the badge down.
We do not need more cops acting like criminals. Sounds like these two cops are more likely to be judged as being on the wrong side of the bars.

Anonymous said...

If the subject is a fistfight, I'm skeptical of any man's innocence who quotes "Tombstone".

Anonymous said...

7:08: I've been to Shuckers a hundred times and have never encountered a problem. It's absurd for you to insinuate someone going there should suspect trouble. I've also never seen a 'bouncer there', although there could be security on site, who knows.

You're a double-dumb asshole to suggest that this venue is trouble waiting to happen and if you suggest there's a high probability of a fight there. As I said, I've been there a hundred times and have never seen a 'fight'. Keep your wormy, scaredy-cat ass in your back bedroom.

Anonymous said...

1:58, that would have been very good advice for the cops that got whipped so bad they had to call for help. They should have been chasing Jackson thugs anyway.

Anonymous said...

3:11; Your post is meaningless and absurd as the police did not 'call for help'. The thug brothers obviously knew who the sheriff and his son were and wanted the attention of their puss-boy companions over by the bar.

Simply another of 'here, hold my beer' events.

Anonymous said...

"double-dumb asshole" Now that is some impressive vocabulary by a Shuckers regular.

Anonymous said...

Love the way Jacksonians are taking pot shots at this outrageous event in miserable ol' Madison Co.... Goodness, a fist fight! Beer drinking! Policemen and deputies!

How many murders/carjackings/shootings/stabbings/armed robberies in Jackson last week?

Anonymous said...

3:11, if you will read the report you will see additional security and cops had to be called. It is easy to understand but you do have to have the ability to read.

Sparta, Mississippi Police said...

All Gossip just like a bunch of old ladies. Where is the video from the bar? I'm not a police officer but do have a collection of "In the Heat of the Night" DVDs.

Anonymous said...

I want to see the video.

Anonymous said...

@9:38 wasn't there.

Anonymous said...

OK, experts. Cite examples of fights that have occurred at this venue. It's easy to sit back and type that kind of false claim. Evidence, please.

I've been there at noon many times and in the evening many times. Never saw a fight there. Of course there are parking spaces reserved for motorcycles, which obviously means patrons should always wear clean underwear for the ambulance ride.

Anonymous said...

I thought great Sheriff's were always shaking hands, glad to meet every voter, a major part of the job. Everyone wants to be pals with the Sheriff. Methinks based almost solely on what was posted here a drinking problem exists in the Sheriff's household. Nothing is tougher than to attempt to fix family.

Anonymous said...

Sheesh. They have bouncers. I promise you they don't have a force of bouncers there just to waste money and have them stand around. They hire bouncers to diffuse incidents between alcohol fueled hot heads. If you don't understand that there is a difference in being there at midnight and being at the bar at Manship, for instance, at midnight, I'm just not sure what else to say. That doesn't mean he went looking for a fight. It doesn't mean he started anything. It means that he went to a place where crap can happen. That's all.

Anonymous said...

How do you tell the cops from the thugs? Sounds like the only difference is some of them hide behind badges.

Anonymous said...

Why are so many people assuming that the Sheriff and his son were not the thugs who started this melee? It takes two to tangle.

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