Utility worker found dead after a scheduled disconnect call

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Utility worker found dead after a scheduled disconnect call

Post  admin on Wed Jul 25, 2012 11:57 am

QUITMAN, Miss. (AP/Fox40) - Two people have been arrested in what authorities say is a missing person case that turned into a murder investigation in Clarke County.

Sheriff Todd Kemp says investigators were looking for Nathan Baker who disappeared after handling call Monday in the Carmichael community. Baker worked for East Mississippi Electric Power Association.

Kemp says Baker's body was found Tuesday in nearby Wayne County. He says Baker had been shot.

Kemp says Keith Davis has been charged
with capital murder and Davis' wife, Joe Ann
Davis, has been charged with accessory after the fact of capital murder.

Kemp says Baker had gone to Davis' home to turn the power off after the occupants failed to pay their bill.

The Clarke County Tribune reports that a hearing was held in youth court this morning to
determine whether the couple's 14-year-old son will be charged and whether he will be charged as an adult. No determination was made. The youth will remain in custody until a second hearing is held

Keith and Joe Ann Davis are scheduled for their first court appearance Thursday.



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Re: Utility worker found dead after a scheduled disconnect call

Post  rcdallas on Wed Jul 25, 2012 6:45 pm

That is one good thing with AMS meters....push button from around the globe and no juice. We should all be allowed to carry guns. Coop I was at would let you carry.

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