Two Vicksburg men arrested after stolen firearm discovered
The discovery of one stolen firearm has led to the arrest of two Vicksburg men.
Late Friday, an officer stopped a silver 2007 Nissan Altima on Indiana Avenue for driving without headlights. The vehicle was occupied by Cordell Flowers, 20, and Tyrese Craft, 20, both of Vicksburg.
As the officer approached the driver, he saw a MAC-11 handgun and an AK-47 rifle on the rear floorboard. In checking the firearms, it was discovered that the MAC-11 had been reported.
Both Craft and Flowers were taken into custody and charged with possession of a stolen firearm.
During their initial court appearance Saturday, Judge Penny Lawson placed a $15,000 bond on each man and bound the case over to the grand jury.
Both Flowers and Craft posted bonds and are no longer in custody.
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