Career criminal in Niles headed back to prison

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(Photo Supplied/Berrien County Jail)

A Niles man is going back to prison after being sentenced in Berrien County.

48-year-old Jamel Rashaune Jackson pleaded guilty to fleeing police and resisting and obstructing police.

It happened in April, when Jackson damaged property worth just under $10,000.

Leader Publications reports that Jackson has 20 prior felony convictions and 39 misdemeanor convictions.

These included convictions for retail fraud, unlawful use of a motor vehicle, and assault with a dangerous weapon.

Now, he is sentenced to concurrent terms of 26 months to 5 years and 14 months to 2 years for the charges.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Holy cow! “Jackson has 20 prior felony convictions and 39 misdemeanor convictions.”

    Sure! Let him out to commit more crimes…keep his butt in there this time.

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