A grand jury indicted Moore for capital murder on February 19, 2015. Hinds County Circuit Judge Jeff Weill appointed attorney Afraim Sellers as his counsel after Moore was found to be indigent. The indictment stated Ms. Temple was shot in the chest with a .380 pistol during the commission of a felony. No trial date has been set for this case. He is currently in custody at the Hinds County Detention Center with no bond.
A Hinds County grand jury indicted Dukes on February 19 for capital murder in the killing of Carolyn Temple. It also states she was shot in the chest with a .380 pistol during the commission of a robbery. Hinds County Circuit Judge Winston Kidd set his trial date for July 20 (although it will be undoubtedly be continued due to discovery and other reasons.).
Dukes was also indicted on October 2, 2014 for armed robbery (with a firearm) allegedly committed on March 28, 2014. Judge Kidd set his bond at $25,000 and appointed a public defender to represent Dukes. He is represented by attorney Michael Knapp in both cases. His bond was revoked due to the Temple murder. Judge Kidd granted continuances in March and April. The first one was granted due to defense counsel stating he needed more time to prepare for the case. The second one was granted after both sides said they needed more time to prepare for trial. KF note: Judge Kidd, that's two and we are watching. Hope we don't get to eight.
A Hinds County grand jury indicted him on February 19 for the murder of Carolyn Temple. The indictment states she was shot with a .380 pistol during the commission of a robbery. Acting Circuit Court Judge Melvin Priester, Sr. set his trial on July 6, 2015. Circuit Judge Tomie Green will preside over the trial. Judge Priester refused to set bond and revoked all other bonds.
Jones was also indicted on October 2, 2014 for armed robbery (firearm) allegedly committed on March 28, 2014. The indictment states his partners in crime were the same Antwain Dukes and Queashaun Winters. He is represented by a public defender. His bond was set at $10,000 but it was revoked after the murder of Ms. Temple. The case is currently in the discovery phase. The case was continued in February. Judge Green stated in the continuance order that all charges should be resolved "at one time". The case was continued until the next term.
Antreal Jones IS the $10,000 man.
1 murder, 6 carjackings, 3 armed robberies.
JPD charge two with capital murder in Temple case. Yes, two were out on bond.
"My son was known for house burglary". Video included.