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17 wanted by Jones County Circuit Court

JONES COUNTY, MS (WDAM) -

According to Jones County Crimestoppers, there are 17 individuals that have violated court orders from the Jones County Circuit Court and are now being sought to be brought back into custody.

Crimestoppers Coordinator Wilbur Chamberlin said they were given an opportunity to clear up their charges without having to go to jail, but have failed to follow through on their promises.

“These subjects are all wanted by the Jones County Circuit Court on bench warrants,” said Chamberlin. “Anyone that has any information to the whereabouts to these individuals is asked to call the Jones County Crimestoppers at 601-428-7867 or the Jones County Sheriff's Department at 601-425-3147 and remember we only want your information not your name.”

The individuals are Alanna Henry, Christy Hollingsworth, Danita Dement Futrell, Dannas Coleman, Demetrius Young, Ebonie Lang, Holly Hamby, Muhammad Ibrahim, Jimmy Windham, Karyn Bolton, Keith Billiot, Dustin Marcum, Marilyn Rutland, Jeremy Riels, James Rose, Sameka Dinkins and Willie Carpenter. 

The mugshots to these individuals area also posted at the South MS Fair in Laurel inside the arts building. 

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