Electronics, gun stolen

Published 10:54am Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Electronics and a gun were missing this morning following two burglaries in Vicksburg.

At 2:51 p.m. Monday, a Toshiba laptop computer valued at $900, a 40-inch Sony television valued at $1,000 and a DVD player valued at $240 were reported missing from a home in the 1300 block of Henry Lake Road, according to Warren County sheriff’s records.

At 4:40 p.m., a .45-caliber pistol valued at $1,200, a hunting knife valued at $40 and Copenhagen dip valued at $11 were reported stolen from a 2006 Ford F-150 at La Quinta Inn, 4160 S. Frontage Road, Vicksburg police Capt. Sandra Williams said.

 

Truck missing from hotel

A truck was missing this morning from a Vicksburg hotel.

At 1:30 p.m., Monday, a Ford F-250 with Georgia license plate DFM596 was reported stolen from

Days Inn, 90 Warrington Road, Vicksburg police Capt. Sandra Williams said.

 

Two held for warrants

Two men were held without bail this morning following warrant arrests by Vicksburg police.

Jason Lane 27, 400 Mission 66, Apt. B-1, was arrested at 11 p.m. Monday on a warrant for strong arm robbery and for probation violation, Vicksburg police Capt. Sandra Williams said.

The robbery occurred June 17, she said.

Garland Bowen, III, 43, 1603 Rod St., Byram, was arrested at 10:45 p.m. Friday on a felony warrant from the Hinds County Sheriff’s Department during a traffic checkpoint at Washington and Dabney Streets, Williams said.

Both men were held without bail this morning in the Issaquena County Correctional Facility.  Lane was scheduled to appear in Vicksburg Municipal Court, and Bowen is waiting extradition to Hinds County.

 

Five vehicles burglarized over weekend

An assortment of items were missing this morning following five auto burglaries Sunday in Warren County.

Jewelry, electronics and tools were among the items reported stolen from vehicles on Leland Drive, Elmwood Street and Standard Hill Road, Warren County Sheriff Martin Pace said.

“Of those only one of them was actually forcibly broken into. The other four had been left unlocked,” Pace said.

Investigators were following leads, he said, but no arrested had been made this morning

 

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