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MUGSHOTS: 7 Laurel residents arrested in Magee theft ring

Seven Laurel residents were charged in a theft ring in Magee. Photo Credit: Raycom News Network Seven Laurel residents were charged in a theft ring in Magee. Photo Credit: Raycom News Network
MAGEE, MS (WDAM) -

Seven Laurel residents were arrested and charged in a theft ring in Magee. 

Magee police responded to Walmart in Magee in regards to several individuals shoplifting. Officers later conducted a traffic stop where the individuals were arrested. Approximately $3,619.89 worth of stolen items were recovered, according to a news release issued by Magee police. 

MOBILE USERS: Click here for mugshots of the suspects. 

Those arrested were:

  • Timmie White arrested for conspiracy to commit felony shoplifting and felony shoplifting. 
  • Jamal Jordan arrested for conspiracy to commit felony shoplifting and felony shoplifting
  • Keanna Gordon arrested for conspiracy to commit felony shoplifting and felony shoplifting 
  • Mayasia Bolton Strickland arrested for conspiracy to commit felony shoplifting and felony shoplifting
  • Essonco Williams arrested for conspiracy to commit felony shoplifting and felony shoplifting
  • Marquarious Williams arrested for conspiracy to commit felony shoplifting and felony shoplifting
  • Fredrick Booth arrested for conspiracy to commit felony shoplifting and felony shoplifting

All of the suspects are due to appear before Magee Municipal Court Judge Eugene Knight for their initial appearance. 

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