Two Jackson Residents Facing Allegations of Conspiracy and Burglary
Two Jackson Residents Facing Allegations of business burglary burglary and conspiracy to possess and distribute controlled substances, announced Attorney General Jim Hood today.
Marcus Taylor, 32, and LeCarlo Clincy, 36, both of Jackson, were arraigned Tuesday on three separate counts by Choctaw County Circuit Court Judge Joseph H. Loper, Jr. in Ackerman. Taylor and Clincy are charged with one count of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute a schedule III controlled substance, one count of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute a schedule V controlled substance and one count of business burglary for the burglary of Ackerman Discount Drugs.
The maximum sentence for count one is 20 years, count two is ten years and count three is seven years. Judge Loper set a bond of $100,000 for Taylor, who is a habitual offender and $50,000 for Clincy.
If convicted, Taylor and Clincy face up to 37 years behind bars for all three counts. As with all cases, the defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law.
This case was investigated by the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics and will be prosecuted by Assistant Attorney General Stanley Alexander and Special Assistant Attorney General Marvin Sanders of the Public Integrity Division of the Mississippi Attorney General’s Office.