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was stopped by officers last Wednesday on U.S. 90 in the city. Miller's statement says Beasley jumped from his vehicle and ran. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT According to police, Beasley didn't notice marked police cars outside the Harrison County Law Enforcement Training Academy.
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DMV spokeswoman Daria Serna said the agency, which hired four full-time employees and 13 temporary workers to implement the law, lacks money to train more people to properly examine sensitive financial and personal documents required to prove eligibility. The agency on Monday announced a change that will help cut wait times. As written, the law covered many people here legally on visas, including, for example, ski racers and professionals such as doctors, causing the prospect of delays these people did not face before. On Monday, the DMV said those people could continue to get licenses at all 37 license stations around the state without needing an appointment.
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