Monday, February 26, 2024

Accomplice in Kingston Frazier Murder Arrested Again

Rankin County Sheriff Bryan Bailey issued the following statement. 

 An ongoing cooperative investigation combatting fentanyl has resulted in additional arrest of a Metro Area drug dealer.


          On Friday February 23, 2024, Rankin County Deputies along with Madison Police Department Investigators and Flowood Police Officers working with and supported by the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics made a controlled purchase of 30 dosage units of MDMA/Ecstasy and one ounce of marijuana from D’Allen Tyree WASHINGTON in a parking lot in the City of Flowood. After a short foot pursuit WASHINGTON was taken into custody. WASHINGTON was transported to the Rankin County Jail and was booked on the charges of Sale of MDMA, Sale of Marijuana, Possession of Marijuana and Resisting Arrest.


          Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics Agents will submit all evidence to the Mississippi State Crime Lab for testing.


          Rankin County District Attorney Bubba Bramlett and his staff will bring D’Allen Tyree WASHINGTON before Rankin County Court Judge David Morrow for an Initial Appearance.


          D’Allen Tyree WASHINGTON has an additional Sale of Controlled Substance charge that he will be indicted on. D’Allen Tyree WASHINGTON is currently on probation for Armed Robbery. The Mississippi Department of Corrections has been contacted and the proper steps are being taken to violate his probation.


          D'Allen Washington, pled guilty in 2018 to accessory after the fact to kidnapping Kingston Frazier and was sentenced to 15 years in prison.


          The ongoing fentanyl investigation revealed that there is a very high probability D’Allen Tyree WASHINGTON has a direct ties to a fentanyl overdose death in Rankin County. 


          Our hope and desire is that the cases being made in this cooperative investigation will result in a decline in the availability of fentanyl based drugs which in turn will lower overdose deaths in the metro area. 

Kingfish note: Put him in the same cell with the Goon Squad .  The Parole Board released Washington two years ago.  JJ reported February 3, 2022: 

D'Allen Washington walks the streets again after the Mississippi Parole Board released him from prison.  He pleaded guilty to accessory after the fact of kidnapping in the Kingston Frazier case.  

 Washington also pleaded guilty to simple robbery on an unrelated charge and received a six-year prison sentence. Circuit Judge William Chapman sentenced him to serve 20 years in prison but suspended five years.  

The Mississippi State Parole Board issued the following statement: 

Washington, 22, is required to be on electronic monitoring for a year. His conditions also include monthly reporting, random drug testing, a midnight curfew, and non-affiliation with convicted felons. He cannot possess a gun, use alcoholic beverages, go to places with bad reputations, change his residency without notifying his supervising agent or leave the state without permission. He must pay all court costs and supervision fees. His supervision ends Dec. 21, 2028, followed by five years of probation

Washington attorney Warren Martin issued a statement as well: 

 As  of  yesterday,  Mr.  D’Allen  Washington  was  released  from  the  custody  of  the Mississippi Department of Corrections by order from the Mississippi Parole Board.  Mr. Washington met all of the conditions for parole under Mississippi law and was granted parole based upon his eligibility and other factors.

As  he  has  done  since  this  tragic  incident,  Mr.  Washington  continues  to  express  his sincerest  condolences  to  the  Frazier  and  Archie  families.    During  this  period,  Mr. Washington respectfully requests privacy as he takes steps to move forward with his life.



Anonymous said...

I guess the prison "rehab" didn't stick.

Anonymous said...

I see the Legislature is considering a bill to close Parchman. Might as well. We sure aren't keeping the bad guys out of society.

Anonymous said...

Well- he IS moving forward with his life.

Anonymous said...

A six-year-old child was shot multiple times in the face, and one of the kidnappers who PLED GUILTY didn't even serve two years of his fifteen year sentence. It's sick.

Anonymous said...

Absolutely no excuses for habitual behavior and PS he didn’t get the Fentanyl from people with good reputations. For too long LEO’s have been blamed for not having expert Mental Health training. There is positively no way anyone can get into the heads of others including criminals. Some are 1st time offenders with heinous acts no one ever saw coming. There must be consequences for crimes. I can still see the precious face of Kingston. He is in abetted place along with all of our families who lost children too young.

Anonymous said...

I feel like I have been gut-punched everytime I read Kingston's name.
What a horrific crime that was.

Anonymous said...

Served one-quarter of his already reduced sentence?

Anonymous said...

we are lucky he didn't participate in another child killing while out on parole

Anonymous said...

Apparently D’ Allen can’t read boundary signs! Flowood is in Rankin County! This fool did not know he was out of Hinds County’s jurisdiction! Now we have a dilemma! Rankin County DA Bubba Bramlett what you think?

No wait! I think we won’t be seeing little d for a long time!!!

Anonymous said...

Our judicial system at work!

Anonymous said...

I can see why he grew his hair out.

Anonymous said...

All that noggin and no brains.

Anonymous said...

“Arrested again,” as in running the roads because he skated on being an accomplice to the kidnap and murder of a 5 year old?

Anonymous said...

this scumbag perpetual criminal was approved for parole in December 2021, in the final days of the Former Chairman of the Parole Board's tenure when everybody got approved. Yes, he was 'released' in January 2022, but the deal was done in December 2021. Just saying to keep the record straight as to who is responsible for letting this type out to roam the roads of Hinds County. (Thankfully, he got lost and went across the river into Rankin - where he won't get a blessing for his latest misdeed.)

Anonymous said...

And let’s be clear - that was the death of Kingston Frazier.

At dang near the only major national grocery store that remains in Jackson.

Anonymous said...

I'm no mathematician, but I've never known 4 and 15 to be the same numbers. If he were still operating under the 15 number, the one party would not have been robbed with a weapon, and he wouldn't be selling fentanyl in Flowood. However, inasmuch as he was allowed to operate under the 4 number, he's still subjecting law-abiding members of society to his unlawful behavior.

Anonymous said...

The Hinds Co. criminal justice system sure showed him. But then if Parchman is closed where will these thugs be incarcerated?

Anonymous said...

It's time to put the Parole Board in Parchman.

Anonymous said...

where's the goon squad when you need em?

Anonymous said...

"I see the Legislature is considering a bill to close Parchman."

You 'see', but you go no further.

Parchman has been targeted for closure for several years, with inmates being scattered to other facilities while another Delta-located prison is constructed. Another plan has part of Parchman remaining to house mentally ill convicts.

Anonymous said...

To the responder who said the judicial system in Rankin county does not work. It works when Madison county judges rule on a redneck beating his wife within an inch of her life.

Anonymous said...

As always you all are eager to crap on Jackson’s judicial system. He was tried and convicted in Madison County for the Kingston Frazier Case, not Hinds. You can’t blame Jackson or Hinds County this time for the miscarriage of justice. Your coveted Madison County system is responsible for this fiasco.

Anonymous said...

2:03 - The principal failure can be laid at the feet of the State, meaning the Legislature, which authorizes serving one-quarter of a sentence for even horrific crimes like this one. That way, legislators can dodge raising taxes to build and maintain sufficient prison space for recidivist animals like this one.

A secondary failure is the Madison County judge lopping off 25% of his sentence in the first place. On that, I believe you and I would agree.

Anonymous said...

This guy was the states witness that gave testimony for the killer to get a life sentence. Don't confuse apples and oranges - he did 5 years and was paroled --- 3 years later he is breaking back in for selling weed in Rankin County.

Anonymous said...

This guy got the 15 year sentence because he was the states witness against the murderer who got life sentence. With Accessory charge state law made him eligible for parole after 25 percent. Folks are rewriting history. A Judge gave him his sentence. He will get a new sentence now.

Anonymous said...

You got to be a stupid _____ to think you got off on a technicality. And they wasn't going to watching you. If they don't get you in the wash you will be got in the rinse. #thankyouMadison

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