Thursday, September 6, 2007
Larceny, burglary suspects arrested
By SUE WATSON
The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department made several arrests last week for grand larceny, according to Sheriff Kenny Dickerson.
Alex Drian McKinney, 22, of 568 Baltimore Street, Memphis, Tenn., was arrested and charged on August 22, with breaking into a residence on Felix Road in Marshall County and afterward taking a 2006 Chrysler four-door, according to sheriff’s investigator Kelly McMillen.
“McKinney was arrested in that car in Memphis,” McMillen said.
The suspect was released on $10,000 bond.
Three men were charged with one count grand larceny in connection with the theft of air conditioning units from a residence on Moore Loop in Byhalia, McMillen said.
“Marshall County law officers received a call from the area after the suspects left the scene and provided information leading officers to the arrest of three suspects at a traffic stop on Hernando Road,” he said.
Arrested and charged in the incident, according to authorities, were Brian Reco Richmond, 18, of 173 Fuller Street, Byhalia; Kendrick Duncan, 27, of 50 Ezell Cove, Byhalia; and Terrance Ludell Jones, 24, of 1186 Wall Hill Road, Byhalia. The three were released on $5,000 bond each.
Also arrested August 17 was Gary Blizzard, 49, of 9 Sharp Cove, Byhalia, McMillen said.
U.S. marshals and sheriff’s deputies picked up Blizzard on outstanding parole violation charges in Delaware. He is being held for extradition back to Delaware and also has some local charges for felony possession of a firearm, McMillen said.
Burglary ring busted
Dickerson reported charges were filed against the following in Marshall County in connection with a Collierville Police Department investigation into burglaries dating back to October 2006:
“These suspects are being held in Shelby County Jail on warrants for burglaries in Collierville and Marshall County,” Dickerson said. “They are likely to face other charges once they are extradited back to Marshall County.”
Some items recovered by authorities following the arrests included leather jackets, fur coats, snake skin boots, fashion boots, televisions, electronic games and numerous items of jewelry that were sold at a location in Memphis, Dickerson said.
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