February 26, 2024

Man Arrested In Connection To Kingston Frazier Kidnapping Arrested On Drug Charges

Morgan Howard

A man who was arrested in connection to the kidnapping of 6-year-old Kingston Frazier at the Jackson Kroger on I-55 in May of 2017 was arrested over the weekend by Rankin County authorities.

On Friday, February 23, 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.

The sale took place in a parking lot in Flowood.

After a short foot pursuit, Washington was taken into custody and taken to the Rankin County Jail.

He 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.

Washington has an additional Sale of Controlled Substance charge that he will be indicted on. He is also 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 direct ties to a fentanyl overdose death in Rankin County.

Rankin County Sheriff Bryan Bailey said,

“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.”

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