Several arrests made in recent Jackson carjackings, according to JPD

The Jackson Police Department has made a number of arrests following a string of recent carjackings. The arrests were made through JPD’s CAT team, or Criminal Apprehensive Team, which was developed in September 2021. Police announced Monday that they arrested Randaryl Oliver, 29, and Kristen Ingram, 27, on Saturday after being found in a carjacked vehicle on Lindsay Drive. “We want the community to know that this criminal apprehension team is out here again to serve the city of Jackson to make it a safer place,” said Commander Abraham Thompson with JPD’s CAT team.Investigators recently arrested a 16-year-old after another carjacked vehicle was recovered by Ridgeland police. Through further investigation, the CAT team discovered the juvenile was connected to several other carjackings. “I feel relief. This needs to be done. This has been going on for a long time. It shouldn’t be like this,” said Julie Chaffins.”When it hits our neighborhoods and it seems really bad, but I think it’s been growing in the last two or three years,” said James Bowley.So far for 2022, the CAT team has made 12 felony arrests, eight misdemeanor arrests and seized eleven handguns and six assault rifles. Commander Thompson said he hopes to continuously keep the community informed when it comes to solving crimes in the capital city. “Any individual that’s involved in heinous crimes in the city of Jackson, violent crimes in the city of Jackson, we’re serving you notice,” said Thompson. “That we will find you, we will arrest you and we will make sure prosecution is seen all the way through.”Jackson police said they are now looking for Keshun Chambers, 19, for his involvement in recent carjackings. If you have any information, call JPD or Crimestoppers.

JACKSON, Miss. —

The Jackson Police Department has made a number of arrests following a string of recent carjackings. The arrests were made through JPD’s CAT team, or Criminal Apprehensive Team, which was developed in September 2021.

Police announced Monday that they arrested Randaryl Oliver, 29, and Kristen Ingram, 27, on Saturday after being found in a carjacked vehicle on Lindsay Drive.

“We want the community to know that this criminal apprehension team is out here again to serve the city of Jackson to make it a safer place,” said Commander Abraham Thompson with JPD’s CAT team.

Investigators recently arrested a 16-year-old after another carjacked vehicle was recovered by Ridgeland police. Through further investigation, the CAT team discovered the juvenile was connected to several other carjackings.

“I feel relief. This needs to be done. This has been going on for a long time. It shouldn’t be like this,” said Julie Chaffins.

“When it hits our neighborhoods and it seems really bad, but I think it’s been growing in the last two or three years,” said James Bowley.

So far for 2022, the CAT team has made 12 felony arrests, eight misdemeanor arrests and seized eleven handguns and six assault rifles.

Commander Thompson said he hopes to continuously keep the community informed when it comes to solving crimes in the capital city.

“Any individual that’s involved in heinous crimes in the city of Jackson, violent crimes in the city of Jackson, we’re serving you notice,” said Thompson. “That we will find you, we will arrest you and we will make sure prosecution is seen all the way through.”

Keshun Chambers

Jackson Police Department

Police are searching for Keshun Chambers

Jackson police said they are now looking for Keshun Chambers, 19, for his involvement in recent carjackings. If you have any information, call JPD or Crimestoppers.

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