Booneville woman charged with felony child abuse after ambulance called for child

A Booneville woman was charged with four counts of felony child abuse and other charges after a call was made resulting in the minor being taken to the hospital.

From the Prentiss County Sheriffs Department:

On December 29th the Prentiss County Sheriff’s Department received a call about a child being abused. The child was transported by an ambulance to the hospital.

As a result of the investigation Kimberly Dawn Holley (49) of Booneville was charged with four counts of felony child abuse, and one count of child deprivation of necessaries with substantial harm.

Justice Court Judge Trent Moore set the bond at $200,000.00 Professional Bond Only.

Investigators Torie Jumper and Taylor Walker handled the case. Deputies N’Shaun Cameron, and Ray Jennings assisted in the investigation.

The case will be presented to the next Prentiss County Grand Jury.

Jon Ross Myers

Jon Ross Myers is the executive editor and publisher of the Mississippi News Network, Mississippi's largest digital only media company. He can be reached at editor@tippahnews.com

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