Northeast Jackson hoodlum Frank Williams won't be breaking into any more houses for awhile. A Hinds County jury convicted him of four counts of house burglary. However, Circuit Judge Jeff Weill sentenced him to 17 years and 6 months in prison and decreed that half of the sentences were consecutive to the other half. Thus Frankie received a prison sentence of 35 years.
He was "no-billed" twice by grand juries in 2014. He was arrested several times for suspected burglaries and aggravated assault. Make no mistake, Williams is a bad dude. He is one of those guys who wakes up every day wondering what law he can break that day. JJ reported on January 2, 2015:
Little Frankie Williams is back in jail after he shot his cousin last week. JPD arrested him on December 26 and charged him with aggravated assault. He was arrested earlier this year for trying to shoot the same cousin but a Hinds County grand jury refused to indict the young lad. Mr. Williams's shot missed his cousin in the first attempt. He encountered the cousin at a club last week and opened fire, hitting the victim although the victim survived.
Just a good ole boy....didn't mean no harm.... just going to the club, shooting his cousin. Take him home to meet mama.
The indictments charge him with committing house burglaries against the following homeowners:
He was represented by attorney Faye Peterson.
Kingfish note: Good job, Judge.