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Teen pleads guilty in death of boy found in stolen car

JACKSON, Miss. – A Mississippi teen pleaded guilty Monday to reduced charges and agreed to testify against his co-defendants in the killing of a 6-year-old boy who authorities say was asleep in a car when it was stolen from a supermarket parking lot.

D’Allen Washington, 18, entered the plea to accessory after the fact to the kidnapping of Kingston Frazier, as well as to an unrelated robbery charge, before Madison County Circuit Judge William Chapman.

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Congressional candidate talks to voters in Meridian

MERIDIAN, Miss. (WTOK) – The upcoming race to fill Rep. Gregg Harper’s congressional seat is starting to thicken. One of the candidates vying for the position made a stop by the Queen City Thursday to talk about his future plans.

Michael Guest is making the rounds through Mississippi right now, meeting constituents and talking voter issues. Guest is the district attorney for Madison and Rankin counties. He hopes to put his law experience to work in Congress, tackling big issues in the state like infrastructure and opioid abuse.

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Michael Guest announces candidacy for Congress in Meridian

Michael Guest, the District Attorney for Madison and Rankin Counties, was in Meridian Thursday to announce his candidacy for Congress in Mississippi’s Third Congressional District, the post held by U.S. Rep. Gregg Harper (R-Miss.), who is not seeking re-election.

Guest, 47, a Republican, said in his speech that he is a proponent of limited government, traditional Mississippi values, lower taxes, fewer regulations, the right to life, a strong national defense and the Second Amendment.

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US House Candidate Touts Small Government, ‘Family Values’

A Mississippi prosecutor says he is running for Congress because he believes in safe communities, limited government and “traditional family values.”

BRANDON, Miss. (AP) — A Mississippi prosecutor said Thursday that he is running for Congress because he believes in safe communities, limited government and “traditional family values.”

Michael Guest spoke to more than 200 people in his hometown of Brandon. The crowd in the Rankin County circuit courtroom included more than three dozen uniformed law enforcement officers.

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