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Jackson police recover truck stolen in 2011

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Jackson police say a Chevy Avalanche, reported stolen in Hinds County in 2011, was recovered. Jackson police say a Chevy Avalanche, reported stolen in Hinds County in 2011, was recovered.
Police also found a Tek-9 pistol with an extended clip. Police also found a Tek-9 pistol with an extended clip.
JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

A tip to police landed two men in jail after a raid on a west Jackson house Thursday night. It happened in the 100 block of Alabama Street.

Jackson police say a Chevy Avalanche, reported stolen in Hinds County in 2011, was recovered. Police also found a Tek-9 pistol with an extended clip.

Neighbors complained of heavy foot traffic and drugs in the area.

Andre Devine, 29, and Daniel Kelleston, 35, were arrested and charged with receiving stolen goods and convicted felon in possession of a firearm.

Devine also had an outstanding violation of probation warrant.

Police say Devine has a previous conviction  for possession of stolen property, and Kelleston has a previous conviction for business burglary.

JPD Vice and Narcotics officers made the arrests.

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