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St. Martin man accused of stealing necklace, ATV

Isaac Jacouby Hartwell. Image source: Jackson County Sheriff's Department. Isaac Jacouby Hartwell. Image source: Jackson County Sheriff's Department.
VANCLEAVE, MS (WLOX) -

A St. Martin man was arrested last Wednesday faced with two separate charges of grand larceny, according to the Jackson County Sheriff's Department. 

Officials said 20-year-old Isaac Jacouby Hartwell of Willshire Drive, St. Martin allegedly stole a $4,500 all-terrain vehicle in August. 

Hartwell is also accused of stealing a necklace worth $600 on December 7. 

Officials said both the ATV and the necklace were taken from two different homes in Vancleave. 

While investigators looked into the theft of the necklace information on the ATV theft surfaced, officials said. 

Hartwell was transported to the Jackson County Adult Detention Center awaiting an initial appearance in Jackson County Court. 

If convicted of both charges of grand larceny, the suspect faces up to 20 years in prison and up to a $20,000 fine. 

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