October 19, 2022

Tupelo Police Set Bond For Man Allegedly Trying To Cut Off Catalytic Converters

Morgan Howard

Source: Tupelo PD
On October 16, at 8:00 a.m. Tupelo Police Officers tried to make contact with a suspicious person loitering at Auto Credit on South Gloster Street.
The suspect, 42-year-old Bradley Jackson, of Booneville, ran on foot from officers as they pulled into the parking lot.
Officers quickly found the suspect hiding in the backseat of a Nissan owned by Auto Credit and they detained him. Police recovered power tools typically used to cut off catalytic converters.
Jackson was arrested and transported to LSO.
On October 17, Tupelo Municipal Court set his bond at $15,000 for Felony Malicious Mischief. The case will be presented to the Lee County Grand Jury.
Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact TPD at 662-841-6491, tpdrecords@tupeloms.gov or Crime Stoppers of Northeast Mississippi at 1-800-773-TIPS.

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