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Arraignment scheduled for Ellisville man involved in DUI fatal accident

Steven Anderson, 38. Steven Anderson, 38.
JONES COUNTY, MS (WDAM) -

An Ellisville man is scheduled to be arraigned at the Jones County Courthouse Tuesday morning.

Steven Anderson, 48, was charged with DUI death of another in April after he allegedly collided with another vehicle which was driven by Isaac Holloway. The 19-year-old later died from injuries he sustained during the accident.

Jones County District Attorney Tony Buckley said Judge Dal Williamson will inquire about the defendant having counsel and will set a trial date during the arraignment.

Buckley said Anderson’s trial date will likely be set for sometime in December.

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