Several burglary hearings moved back
A motion hearing for Lawrence Wilson, 24, was continued and his trial was scheduled for March 20.
Wilson was indicted on Dec. 9, 2015, for conspiracy, burglary of a building and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. He was again indicted on April 22 for separate counts of conspiracy and burglary of a dwelling. On July 1, he was indicted for attempting to introduce a controlled substance into a correctional facility.
Wilson has been charged with a felony before. On. Jan. 24, 2011, Wilson was sentenced to 15 years, eight to serve, with five years of post-release supervision for robbery and conspiracy.
Wilson is accused in his April 22 indictment of conspiring with Tuwanika Faye Cleve and Victor Sanders to break into a home on Hwy. 559 on Nov. 19, 2015. He is also alleged in the older indictment to have conspired with Joshua R. Daniels and Steven Sanders to break into a business on Union Street.
Tristen Toby Dillon
A plea hearing for Tristen Toby Dillon was recently continued. Circuit Court Clerk Dustin Bairfield was unsure of when his next hearing would be, but he said it would likely be on Jan. 9.
Dillon was indicted for conspiracy and burglary of a building on Feb. 26. He was also indicted for conspiracy and burglary of a dwelling and receiving stolen property in two separate Aug. 26 indictments.
Lakin Christopher Wallace
Dillon and Lakin Christopher Wallace were accused of knowingly receiving four stolen firearms, a Glock G63 9mm pistol, a Glock G42 .380 automatic pistol, a Glock G31 Gen. 4 .357 pistol and a black Glock G23 .40 pistol between June 16 and June 20.
During the same period, the pair are alleged to have broken into a home on California Road. Wallace is scheduled to go to trial on Feb. 14.
Dillon is also accused of conspiring with Nicolas J. Newman to break into Mamie Martin Elementary School on July 12, 2016 with the intent to steal.
Marcus Lane Foster
The defense attorney for Marcus Foster was out on medical leave, and his hearing was postponed.
Foster was indicted on Nov. 20 for the charges of burglary and conspiracy. He is alleged in the indictment to have conspired with William Edward Jackson and Amber Inell Ard conspired to break into an unoccupied residential building on Jackson Liberty Drive with the intent to steal on June 14, 2015.
In Mississippi, burglary of a dwelling is a felony subject to up to 25 years in prison, while a person charged with burglary of a non-dwelling can be sentenced to up to seven years.
Conspiracy to commit a felony is a crime subject to up to five years in prison, and receiving stolen property over $500 is subject to up to 10 years in prison.
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