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Several burglaries solved in Jones County

Several area burglaries were solved in Jones County. Source: RNN Several area burglaries were solved in Jones County. Source: RNN
JONES COUNTY, MS (WDAM) -

Jones County Sheriff’s Investigator’s solved several area residential and commercial burglaries that date back to the end of May 2016. 

On June 23, a search warrant was executed at a residence at the 100 block of Buckley Road in Jones County. 

During the search, a multitude of items from reported burglaries were found, as well as several bags of methamphetamine. 

At the residence were Brittany R. Davis, 23 of Ellisville; Julie L. Wedgeworth, 42 of Ellisville; Joshua C. Holloway, 34 of Laurel; and Daniel H. Perry, 32 of Sandersville.  All four were taken into custody, according to the Jones County sheriff. 

Holloway and Perry were each charged with burglary-commercial building and burglary, breaking inner door of dwelling. 

Davis, Wedgeworth and Perry were charged with possession of methamphetamine. 

They all made their initial appearances in court Friday. Here are there bond amounts: 

  • Brittany Davis- Charged with possession of methamphetamine; bond set at $10,000.
  • Julie Wedgeworth: Charged with possession of methamphetamine; bond set at $10,000 cash.
  • Joshua Holloway: Charged with commercial burglary and residential burglary; bond set at $30,000 ($15,000 for each count). 
  • Daniel Perry: Charged with commercial burglary, residential burglary and possession of methamphetamine; bond set at $40,000. 

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