He was indicted in October 2013 for breaking into a car and stealing the items in the car. A Madison County grand jury indicted him in June 2014 for committing grand larceny at the Cabot Lodge in Ridgeland with two other buddies, Torez Lorenzo White* and Quinatrius Long. Read about Torez Lorenzo White in the footnote below.
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However, our boy wonder did not learn his lesson but instead went right back to his old ways. Dude's got to have some swag, right? Swag means trip to Dillards, specifically the Polo department. Yup. Ridgeland police arrested Chambers on July 2, not two weeks after getting out of prison, for stealing a shirt and a baseball cap at Dillards. Apparently the boy learned nothing from two felony convictions and a stint in prison.
Kingfish note: Residents of Northeast Jackson might want to keep an eye on this fella. Pay attention if you see him around the neighborhood. Pictures and notes are helpful. Feel free to email info to email@example.com. The chances are high he will commit another crime again and not exactly in the distant future either.
Here is a question for the readers. What do you do with this guy? You see him running with the wrong crowd. He is at the level of stealing but its not a stretch of the imagination to predict he will move up to armed robbery and more violent crimes at some point. What do you do with him now as prison probably not gotten through to him at this point in his life. Serious question.
*Torrez White. He is currently in the custody at the Hinds County Detention Center. Where have we heard this name before? Perhaps this August 2014 Kenner PD press release will ring a bell:
Mississippi fugitive arrested for multiple burglaries in Kenner
Kenner - A fugitive who fled the State of Mississippi after learning he was wanted has been arrested and charged with multiple counts of burglary in Kenner.
On Friday, August 1, 2014, the Kenner Police Department learned that Torez Lorenzo White, 18, who was residing at 4329 Idaho Avenue, apartment C, Kenner, had fled Mississippi and was staying in Kenner after he learned he was wanted in reference to a petit larceny charge from Ridgeland, Mississippi. Further Intel received was that White was bragging to committing numerous crimes within Kenner.
On Friday, after receiving the extraditable warrant; members of the Kenner Police Special Response Team, Criminal and Narcotics Investigation Division, responded to 4329 Idaho Avenue, apartment C, Kenner, in an attempt to apprehend Torez White. Upon officers / detectives knocking on the front door of the apartment, White attempted to flee out the rear door of the apartment but retreated back inside and refused to come out. Realizing officers / detectives were not leaving, White surrendered without any further incident.
White was linked through physical evidence and by property recovered to numerous residential and business burglaries which had been occurring within the City of Kenner since July 21, 2014. In addition to the Mississippi warrant, White was also charged with attempt simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling (3-counts), simple burglary (2-counts), simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling (1-count), and illegal possession of stolen things valued at $1,300.00.
White was charged for the attempted or committed burglaries for the following dates and locations:
Attempt simple burglary (residence /dwelling) 7/21/2014 4300 block of Illinois Ave, Kenner
Attempt simple burglary (residence /dwelling) 7/25/2014 3500 block of California Ave, Kenner
Attempt simple burglary (residence / apartment) 7/25/2014 4500 block of Williams Blvd, Kenner
Simple burglary (business) 7/30/2014 4100 block of Williams Blvd, Kenner
Illegal possession of stolen things
Simple burglary(business) 7/30/2014 4100 block of Williams Blvd, Kenner
Simple burglary (residence / dwelling) 7/31/2014 2100 block of 43rd St, Kenner
In each of the burglaries or attempted burglaries, White would force entry by breaking a business, or kicking in door to both businesses and residences. Taken during the burglaries, were jewelry, money, gaming systems, and small computers such as Mac computers, and IPADS. White’s vehicle was located hidden at the Sugar Mill apartment complex, located at 4520 Williams Boulevard, Kenner, where some of the stolen property was recovered.
At the time of this press release, White remains in custody, no bond has been set. Additional charges are expected.