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Maben man to serve 15 years in prison

 

Jason Williams

Jason Williams

 

 

Alex Holloway

 

 

A Maben man has been sentenced to serve 15 years in Mississippi Department of Corrections, with additional time suspended, after pleading guilty to two counts of burglary of a shed, one count of grand larceny and another of possession of stolen property in Oktibbeha County Circuit Court. 

 

Jason Williams, 44, was accused of stealing a trailer on July 2, 2016; having copper wire that he stole from APAC Mississippi, Inc. on July 11, 2016; and breaking into a shed on June 23 and 28, 2016. 

 

Williams was sentenced to seven years in prison with four suspended, three to serve and seven years with five suspended, two to serve for each count of burglary of a shed. He was also sentenced to four and five years post-release supervision for each count, $4,783.32 restitution and a $2,500 fine. Williams also received a five-year sentence for possession of stolen property and a five-year sentence for grand larceny. 

 

Coming into the term, Williams also faced counts of burglary of a dwelling, arson of a commercial building, aiding in the escape of an inmate and accessory after the fact of a burglary. Those charges were dismissed with his plea. 

 

However, Williams is accused of helping Daniel Easley, 40, after Easely escaped from the Calhoun County Jail in November 2016 and of hiding guns that Easley stole in a burglary in December 2015. 

 

Both Williams and Easely have been charged with arson in what Clay County Sheriff Eddie Scott called an "arson for hire" scheme that resulted in a November 2015 fire at the West Point Stockyards. They've also been charged in a June 2015 fire that destroyed a home in west Clay County. 

 

Those charges are still pending in Clay County Circuit Court, according to court personnel. 

 

Additional guilty pleas and sentencing in the circuit term include (name, age, charge, sentence): 

 

■ Chastisty Anderson, 36, false pretense, one year of non-adjudicated probation and a $500 fine; 

 

■ Andrell Bean, 35, grand larceny, four-year suspended sentence, one year in the county jail, four years of probation and a $500 fine; 

 

■ Kentrial L. Belk, 40, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, eight years in MDOC and a $1,000 fine; 

 

■ Laquinton Brim, 23, burglary of an automobile, five years in MDOC served through two years of house arrest, three years of post-release supervision, $300 restitution and a $1,200 fine;  

 

■ Justin Brock, 31, burglary, five-year suspended sentence, five years of probation, $150 fine and $150 restitution; 

 

■ Jabari Xavier Brooks, 23, burglary of a commercial building, five years non-adjudicated probation, a $500 fine and $1,000 restitution; 

 

■ DeQon Ellis, 25, auto burglary, five years non-adjudicated probation and a $500 fine; 

 

■ Jason Ellis, 36, aggravated assault, 10 years in MDOC with five suspended, five to serve, five years post-release supervision and $14,102.95 restitution; 

 

■ Caesare Fair, 32, possession of a weapon by a felon, five years in MDOC with three suspended, two to serve, three years post-release supervision and a $1,200 fine; 

 

■ Kelseye Randle Freshour, 39, hindering prosecution, five years in MDOC with three suspended, two to serve, three years post-release supervision and a $1,200 fine; 

 

■ Damarius Graham, 26, felony fleeing, five years in MDOC served through two years house arrest, three years post-release supervision and a $1,200 fine; 

 

■ William Hedin, 24, auto burglary, seven years in MDOC with five suspended, two to serve, five years probation, $150 restitution and a $1,200 fine; 

 

■ Bryan James, 56, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, 10 years in MDOC and a $1,200 fine; 

 

■ Brandon Jones, 35, possession of methamphetamine, three years house arrest and a $750 fine; 

 

■ William Jones, 40, possession of a weapon by a convicted felon, 10 years in MDOC with three suspended, seven to serve, five years post-release supervision and a $1,200 fine; 

 

■ Enrico Kendle, 27, aggravated assault/domestic violence, seven years in MDOC served through two years house arrest, five years post-release supervision and a $500 fine; 

 

■ Wesley Kennedy, 26, possession of more than 10 but less than 30 grams of cocaine, 20 years in MDOC with 10 suspended, 10 to serve, five years post-release supervision and a $5,000 fine; 

 

■ Michael Martin, 32, felony taking of a motor vehicle, five years in MDOC and a $1,200 fine; 

 

■ Cameron Miller, 23, attempted burglary of a commercial building, five years MDOC, five years of probation, $639.84 restitution and a $1,200 fine; 

 

■ Alexis Overling, 21, auto burglary (two counts), five years of non-adjudicated probation, $475 restitution and a $1,000 fine; 

 

■ Robert Pickett, 64, shoplifting, five years in MDOC with two suspended, three to serve, two years of post-release supervision and a $1,200 fine; 

 

■ Brenda Poem, 40, mayhem, five-year suspended sentence, $3,032.75 restitution and a $500 fine; 

 

■ William Rendon, 34, possession of more than .1 grams but less than two grams of methamphetamine, one year in MDOC; 

 

■ Elizabeth Rendon, 47, burglary of a dwelling, 15 years in MDOC served through three years house arrest, five years of post-release supervision and a $500 fine; 

 

■ Cortez Robinson, 27, felony fleeing, five years in MDOC (habitual offender), and a $1,200 fine; 

 

■ Eddie Robinson, possession of more than two but less than 10 grams of cocaine, four years in MDOC with two suspended, two to serve, two years of post-release supervision and a $1,000 fine; 

 

■ Tamara Sizemore, 34, DUI third offense, five years in MDOC served through one year of house arrest, four years of post-release supervision and a $2,000 fine; 

 

■ Deidre Smith, 24, cyberstalking, two years of non-adjudicated probation and a $500 fine; 

 

■ William W. Smith, 31, felony fleeing, five years in MDOC with three suspended, two to serve, three years of post-release supervision and a $500 fine; and 

 

■ Tyras Taylor, 36, possession of cocaine, three years in MDOC with two suspended, one to serve, two years of post-release supervision and a $500 fine.

 

 

 

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