Northeast Jackson's newest star hoodlum is back in jail. Little Steven Turner celebrated his eighteenth birthday last December by getting out of the Youth Detention Center and going on a small burglary spree. He stayed in jail for a few weeks before he posted bond. However, Turner just couldn't help himself and allegedly began robbing again. Hinds County Circuit Judge Winston Kidd revoked his bond and sent him back to jail on July 29.
JPD arrested Turner in December for breaking into homes and stealing firearms and jewelry. JJ reported in December:
To put it mildly, Turner is a very bad dude. He has been in and out of juvie over the years. He has a baby face, some brains, and a cold-blooded criminal side. He is an authentic Vice Lord. Make that Insane Vice Lord. He gets very hostile if you only refer to him as a "Vice Lord". He turned 18 on December 2. I observed him in Youth Court in October.* Let's just say it was clear he was well-known to the judge. This is one of those kids who wakes up every day thinking of what he can steal that day. Its what he does. He will probably graduate to armed robberies, carjackings, and other violent crimes at some point.Assistant District Attorney Kimalon Campbell filed a motion to revoke his bond on July 1. The motion states:
1. The above named Defendant was indicted on February 6, 2016, on two (2) counts, for house burglary and possession of a stolen firearmTurner is currently residing at the Hinds County Detention Center in Raymond.
2. The Defendant was released on a $5000.00 bond on M ch 16, 2016, in the above stated indictment.
3. The Defendant was arrested on June 27, 2016 on the charges of house burglary, auto theft and auto burglary.
4. Section 29, Article 3 of the Mississippi Constitution states that if a person has committed a felony while on bail, the court shall revoke bail and order the person detained until trial.
5. The Defendant is not eligible for bond, and bond should be revoked.
Kingfish note: Nice job by Ms. Campbell on revoking his bond. Thank you very much.
This is how Mr. Turner likes to play: