JACKSON, MS – Several people involved in high-profile metro-area cases appeared in court today.
Sheriff Warren Pace pace says 35-year-old Tamares L. Dillon was given no bond. He is charged with 2nd degree murder in the shooting death of Joseph J. Acuff on Standard Hill Road in Warren County. Shelly T. Walker, 40, who owned the house where Dillon was found by police was given $100,000 bond. Jeffery G. Eatmon, 35, who was also at the home, was given $75,000 bond. Neither Walker or Eatmon were involved with the shooting of Acuff, but were arrested on drug and firearms charges.
Kendravious Eldridge, 20, was given a $1 million bond. He is charged with murder in the June 2015 shooting of 20-year-old Justin Williams on Pin Oak Drive. Williams was shot multiple times.
Anthony Washington, 24, was given no bond. He is charged with murder in the 2013 shooting/robbery of Rickey Smith at the Southdown Arms Apartments.
Crystal Chancellor was initially charged with murder in the July 2015 shooting of 34-year-old Juan Carlos at the American Star Inn. The charge against her was dismissed.
Investigator Jeremy Thornton says Danielle Webster, 27, was given two bonds, each worth $25,000. Webster was charged with two counts of felony child deprivation. She was reported missing September 8, 2015 but was later found two days later. She remains in jail.