A Flash Flood Watch remains in effect through 9pm Wednesday. Heavy rain is possible throughout the day, and this combined with already saturated soils could lead to further flash flood problems both near and away from all area burn scars. Stay with 11 News throughout the day for weather updates.
OZARK, Miss. (AP) -- Authorities in Mississippi say they are searching for the chief person of interest in the investigation of poisoned letters sent to President Barack Obama and other officials.
Itawamba County Sheriff Chris Dickinson says he is helping the FBI, which told him Everett Dutschke had been under surveillance but slipped away on Wednesday.
Itawamba deputies searched a home in Ozark where Dickinson said Dutschke was believed to have been on Wednesday. They found no one.
The sheriff says he believes a friend of Dutschke "may be helping him to lay low."
FBI spokeswoman Deborah Madden would not comment on the search.
Dutschke did not answer his cellphone when AP tried to contact him on Thursday.
Charges in the case were dropped against an earlier suspect.
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