Three teens charged in theft from train
Published 12:00 am Thursday, March 18, 2010
Three Vicksburg teens have been charged with jumping on a train and stealing merchandise after the train stopped because a man walking on the tracks had been “bumped” by the train.
William Delane Walker, 17, 1413 Hayes St., Rondeshello Deon Dotson, 17, 1628 Crawford St., and a 16-year-old boy are charged with grand larceny of a train, said Lt. Bobby Stewart. He said the three jumped onto the train near Holly and Cherry streets and threw more than $500 in items from freight cars.
The teens were arrested at the Vicksburg police headquarters after going there for questioning.
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Dotson was released from the Warren County Jail Wednesday on $17,000 bond, Walker remained in the Issaquena County Jail on a $17,000 bond and the juvenile was in custody of the Warren County Youth Court.
The man who was hit by the train Saturday night was treated and released from River Region Medical Center, a spokesman said.
County man charged with domestic violence
A Warren County man was arrested Tuesday and charged with aggravated domestic violence.
Tony L. Bass, 29, 170 A Bovina Drive, is accused of firing a .22-revolver Sunday at a woman who lived with him, Warren County Sheriff Martin Pace said.
Bass was being held at the Warren County Jail without bond pending an initial appearance in court.
The woman was not injured, Pace said.
Two men jailed on drug charges
Two men were in the Warren County Jail today for possession of two or more precursors, records showed.
Robert L. Bolton, Jr., 26, 106 Magnolia St., Tallulah, and Jose A. Saldana, 35, no address, were being held without bond pending an initial court appearance.
The Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics did not return calls for details of the arrest.