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Hurley man charged in attempted commercial burglary

William James Burnsed. Image source: Jackson County Sheriff's Office. William James Burnsed. Image source: Jackson County Sheriff's Office.
JACKSON COUNTY, MS (WLOX) -

A Hurley man was arrested Thursday accused of attempted burglary at C & E Last Stop, according to Jackson County Sheriff Mike Byrd.

Byrd said 30-year-old William James Burnsed of the 8300 block of Coleman Homestead Road in Hurley has been charged with attempted commercial burglary.

Byrd said Burnsed was caught on C & E Last Stop's surveillance camera causing damage to the business.

He was transported to the Jackson County Adult Detention Center on a $5,000 bond set by County Court Judge T. Larry Wilson.

Byrd said Burnsed faces up to seven years in prison and a $10,000 fine, if convicted.

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