Suspects in Armed Carjacking Investigation Arrested

The remaining suspect in an armed carjacking that happened in September was arrested on Tuesday. According to WJTV News Channel 12, Monterrio Short, Tomokio Brock, Keisha Davis, Marquis Davis and Michael Gross were all considered suspects in the September 29, 2014 carjacking that happened on I-55, near a South Jackson apartment building.

Initially, police officers arrested Keisha Davis, Marquis Davis and Michael Gross within hours of the carjacking. On Monday, Tomokio Brock surrendered himself to law enforcement officers in connection with the crime, and on Tuesday the final suspect was arrested. Very few details have been released about these arrests, but if you or a loved one is facing armed carjacking charges in Jackson, contact our skilled criminal defense team as soon as possible.

And as a post script, it is worth mentioning that armed car jacking, along with armed robbery, and any other violent crime or crime committed with the use of the weapon, has enhanced penalties. If you get convicted of one of these crimes you can get a LONG LONG time in jail, and you half to serve at least 50% of your sentence before you get any benefit like earned time, good time, ect. Crimes committed with weapons, and violent crimes in general are punished very harshly. Don’t ruin your life! Being broke and free is better than getting half your life committed to the Mississippi State Penitentiary Hotel, where you do get three bad meals a day, daily excitement in the form of crowded confinement, angry men who are bored to death and who might want to hurt you.

Be smart and don’t commit the crime. If you make a poor decision and get in trouble, visit our website and you can see examples of Coxwell & Associates’s lawyers who have real experience helping people. While many T.V. and internet lawyers tout their experience, at Coxwell & Associates we put before you the real cases so you can see our experience and dedication to our client’s legal needs.

Disclaimer: This blog is intended as general information purposes only, and is not a substitute for legal advice. Anyone with a legal problem should consult a lawyer immediately.

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