Press Release - Aggravated Robbery
Marshall Police Arrest Two for Aggravated Robbery
On March 18, 2015, at 11:41 PM, Marshall Police Department Communications received a call reporting a robbery that had occurred in the 1600 Block of Carters Ferry. Upon the arrival of the Patrol Bureau officers, it was discovered that two females had been robbed at gunpoint by two unknown black males. The males took property from the victims and left the scene on foot. As the males were leaving, several gunshots were fired in the victim’s direction from small caliber weapons. No one was injured.
Upon further investigation, two suspects were identified by the Criminal Investigations Bureau. A warrant was issued for Devin Jeimond Mitchell, 18 years of age, for Aggravated Robbery. The second suspect, Isaiah Jackson, 18 years of age, was arrested on March 19, 2015, for two bond forfeiture warrants. Jackson was taken to the Marshall Police Department, where he was interviewed by Detectives and transferred to the Harrison County Jail to be booked on the two warrants. Upon arrival at the Harrison County Jail, Jackson was able to escape from custody.
On Thursday March 19, 2015, at approximately 9:30 PM, Mitchell was located and arrested by members of the Patrol Bureau and the Criminal Investigations Bureau. Mitchell was transported to the Marshall Police Department where he was interviewed about the Aggravated Robbery and transferred to the Harrison County Jail where he was booked in on the charge of Aggravated Robbery.
On March 20, 2015, Isaiah Jackson turned himself in to Detectives at the Marshall Police Department. Jackson was still wearing handcuffs when he entered the building. Jackson was transferred to the Harrison County Jail where he was booked in on the charges of Aggravated Robbery, two Harrison County warrants for Bond Forfeiture, and Escape from Custody.
Chief Jesus “Eddie” Campa stated, “I am very proud of the Officers who work at the Marshall Police Department. Through hard work and dedication, we were able to quickly make arrests and get these two dangerous felons off the streets. These Officers put in many hours of work to keep Marshall a safe place to live and work.”
Booking Photo’s are attached.
Captain John S Best
Patrol Bureau Commander
Marshall Police Department
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