Convicted felon jailed after indictment for June 25 killing

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, February 4, 2009

A convicted felon was back in the Warren County Jail today, picked up after being indicted on two charges stemming from a killing on June 25.

Eric Dwayne Davis, 34, 1807 Military Ave., earlier had been released on bail of $50,000 after being charged in the killing of former neighbor Devin M. Moore, 23,106 Meadowvale Drive.

After his indictment by the Warren County Grand Jury meeting last week, Davis faced an additional charge of a felon carrying a weapon. His bond on that charge is $75,000.

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Arrested this time on Monday, Davis is scheduled to go to trial May 11.

Woman bonds out after three charges

A Vicksburg woman arraigned Friday on an indictment by the Warren County Grand Jury for attempted armed robbery and child endangerment was freed on a $2,400 bond Tuesday.

Carmen Deann Jilbert, 23, 664 Oak Ridge Road, was indicted for attempted armed robbery and possession of a stolen firearm stemming from a Jan 10, 2008, incident. Additionally, she faces charges of possession of a controlled substance, child endangerment and two counts of possession of a weapon after felony conviction from a May 8, 2008, incident.

Jilbert had a recognizance bond set in the previous incidents, said District Attorney Ricky Smith. She was jailed Tuesday afternoon and bonded out shortly thereafter.

Wreck victim treated, released

A Vicksburg woman who was involved in a car wreck on I-20 Tuesday morning has been released from hospital care.

Tanna Edmond, 30, 4526 U.S. 80, was treated and released from River Region Medical Center after the wreck, said a hospital spokesman.

Video games missing on Athens

A residential burglary was reported at 6:50 p.m. Tuesday in the 100 block of Athens Avenue.

Missing were a Sony 80 GB PS3 game valued at $99, an RCA VCR valued at $50 and three PlayStation video games with a total value of $180.