Man in Jackson Charged with Grand Larceny

Earlier this week, a man was arrested and charged with grand larceny in a case involving stolen batteries from the City of Jackson. According to WJTV News Channel 12, 42-year-old David Bernard Ezell allegedly stole 12 batteries that were used in the cell phone towers on Lynch Street. They also report that the suspect, who is also a former AT&T employee, is linked with similar charges in Clinton and Vicksburg.

The current charges involved are associated with a theft that happened on August 7th. All together, the batteries were worth about $7,200 to the city, so the suspect is facing grand larceny charges. If you or a loved one is facing larceny, robbery, burglary or theft charges, contact the skilled criminal defense team at Coxwell & Associates, PLLC for a case consultation today. The lawyers at Coxwell & Associates have real experience. They don’t just say they have experience like many lawyers, rather they show you that experience on their webpage.

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