In Winona City Court, Reginald Lenor Freeman, 50, of Winona was charged with grand larceny in connection with the theft of $1,609 worth of merchandise from Pilot Truck Stop in Winona.
According to Captain Tommy Bibbs with the Winona Police Department, Freeman allegedly stole five televisions, several radar detectors, blue tooth devices, and power converters from Pilot Truck Stop on April 10, 2014.
Bibbs said the theft was committed in two separate incidents on the day of April 10, as Freeman allegedly stole five small flat-screen televisions around 2 p.m. and radar detectors, power converters, and other items during another visit to the store at 5:30 p.m.
“[Freeman] came in, walked in the bathroom, came out with a bag on his shoulder, did his shopping, and walked out the back door,” Bibbs said.
In Tuesday’s session of Winona City Court, Freeman, represented by public defender Lee Bailey, waived his preliminary hearing and was bound over to the action of the grand jury. Bond was set at $25,000.
In Montgomery County Justice Court, Roy Ladell Allen, 64, of Winona was bound over to the action of the grand jury for charges of being registered sex offender living within 3,000 feet of a school.
Allen was represented by Lee Bailey; Montgomery County Justice Court Judge Keith Stokes Roberts set bond at $5,000.
Two felony cases were continued until the May 20 session of Montgomery County Justice Court. Jonathan Shaw of Kilmichael is facing burglary of a dwelling charges. Leon Johnson is defense counsel. Shaw’s preliminary hearing will be heard May 20.
Also continued to May 20, Jimmy Garrett, Jr., of Kilmichael is facing aggravated assault with a deadly weapon charges.