Northeast Jackson hoodlum Javaris Chambers was arrested a few days ago for being a convicted felon carrying a concealed weapon. Chambers lives at 5434 Jamaica Drive (corner of Wayneland and Jamaica). He currently resides in the Hinds County Detention Center at Raymond. JJ reported a few months ago:
Northeast Jackson residents need to keep an eye out for one Javaris Chambers. This guy lives on the corner of Jamaica and Wayneland. He apparently can not stay out of trouble as he was arrested for shoplifting less than two weeks after he got out of prison. Mr. Chambers may be only twenty years old but he has been busy working the criminal justice system in Hinds and Madison Counties over the last two years. He also runs with a little gang that loves to smash and grab, kick and grab, and commit other acts of crime. These guys are well known to the police of Jackson, Ridgeland, and even Kenner, Louisiana. ...
Chambers pleaded guilty in October 2014 to one count of grand larceny in Madison County. A second count was dropped. Madison County Circuit Judge William Chapman sentenced Chambers to served five years in prison but suspended the last four years pending completion of a house arrest program. MDOC records state he was paroled on June 23, 2015. Remember the Hinds County indictment? Hinds County Circuit Judge William Kidd fined Chambers all of $250 and ordered him released from jail. Actually, he imposed a prison sentence of three years but suspended two years and 364 days of the sentence. Judge Kidd gave him credit for time served.... Earlier post with arrest records.
Ridgeland police arrested him on July 2 for shoplifting at Dillards. He just can't stay out of trouble. However, Chambers has two suspended sentences: four years in Madison County and two years in Hinds County. He is in jail for a felony arrest. HB #585 states that prosecutors can seek to impose the suspended portion of the sentence on a felony arrest. It is probably asking too much for the Hinds County District Attorney to seek to impose his suspended sentence. However, we can hope and pray that Michael Guest seeks to implement the rest of his four year suspended sentence. So ok Mikey, he is in jail. Go get 'em.