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Gang Members See the Judge: Found By Jessica Chambers Investigation

JACKSON, MISS– Seventeen gang members stood before the judge Tuesday after federal gang related charges in what the feds are calling Operation Bite Back. 

Jessica Chambers died one year ago this month. She was set on fire. Police are still looking for her killer.

But because of that investigation, numerous other clues coming in lead to the arrest of seventeen suspected gang members. They all have faced the judge. Nine remain in jail on federal charges.

The charges range from possession of firearms, drugs, and counterfeit money to child endangerment, reports WJTV.

Here’s the list of suspects arrested:

Lyndon Mosely, Jr.– dealing crack

Edward House –dealing powder and crack cocaine

Joshua Cannon– Cocaine possession

Arnand Vijay Shegog–selling drugs

Mondarious Armstead–Drunk in public; having stolen goods; possession, sale, transfer of stolen guns

Gregory B. Andrews — 2 counts dealing powder cocaine

D’lirian Case –Using and trying to use fake money.

Janicholas Vankeith Scott–Selling cocaine

James Mosely, Jr.–Robbery, selling cocaine, having fake cocaine.

George Todd –attempt to pass counterfeit

Dedrick Ivery–Possession of controlled substance; child abuse; firearm enhancement; felon possession of firearm in the proximity to school/church

Antonio Johnson–Possession controlled substance with intent

Xavier Hooks –Possession gun felon; possession of a stolen gun

Kevin Windfield–Sale of a controlled substance

Elgin Lamar– Possession controlled substance (x2); Possession controlled substance with intent, child endangerment (x2)

Deon Smith–passing counterfeit money

Stanley Coleman–4 counts of selling cocaine


However, there is still no one suspected for the murder of Jessica Chambers.

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