The Prentiss County Sheriff’s Department reports several felony arrests in recent weeks.

Among those arrested, all in separate, unrelated cases, are:

Noel Henry Wilson Jr, 51, of Booneville charged with burglary of a commercial building and possession of burglary tools. He is being held without bond due to having been released on a previous felony bond. Donald Richey Hatfiled, 54, of Booneville, was charged with burglary of a commercial building. Bond was set by Justice Court Judge Kimi Kitchens at $20,000 and a hold was placed on him by the Corinth Police Department.

Wilson and Hatfield were arrested by Deputies N’Shaun Cameron and Ray Jennings who responded to a 911 call at around 1:40 a.m. Monday, April 4, from Lamberts Auto Salvage on South Second Street stating two subjects were stealing catalytic converters and were still on the property.

Investigator Taylor Walker will present the case to the next county grand jury.

Brandon Wade Hodges, 39, 0f Booneville, charged with grand larceny. Justice Court Judge Trent Moore set bond at $5,000. Walker will present the case to the next grand jury.

Hodges was arrested after Deputy Jennings took a report on Feb. 6 from a victim on County Road 5011 reporting a prior theft. The victim signed an affidavit and Judge Moore issued an arrest warrant.

Mark Anthony Mathis, 48, of Corinth, charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Bond was set by Judge Moore at $10,000 and a hold was placed on him by the Mississippi Department of Corrections due to him being under their supervision at the time of the arrest. Walker will present the case to the next grand jury.

Mathis was arrested Friday, April 15, by Deputy Jason Moore who was assisting the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics with a traffic stop on US Highway 45.

Jack C. Dewailly III, 37, of Booneville, charged with felony malicious mischief. Bond was set by Judge Moore at $10,000 and Walker will present the case to the next grand jury.

Dewailly was arrested after Deputy Brandon Slack took a report on April 15 of a catalytic converter stolen from a church van at Oak Hill Baptist Church on County Road 7461 in the Blackland Community. The theft was captured on surveillance cameras and a subsequent investigation led to the arrest.

Banner Independent Editor

Managing editor of the Daily Corinthian’s sister newspaper, Booneville’s Banner-Independent, Brant Sappington has been a member of the Daily Corinthian family since 2001.

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