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I-20 traffic stop leads to top 10 most wanted arrest

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(Source: Mississippi Highway Patrol) (Source: Mississippi Highway Patrol)
RANKIN COUNTY, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

A traffic stop on Interstate 20 in Rankin County Monday night led to the arrest of a Mississippi's top 10 most wanted suspect.

According to the Mississippi Highway Patrol, Jhointea Marquette Williams, 33, of Gulfport, was wanted by the Mississippi Department of Narcotics, police departments in Pearl, Richland, Biloxi and Gulfport and the Mobile County Sheriff's Department.

Williams is wanted on numerous charges, including false pretense, uttering forgery, fraud, writing bad checks, computer fraud and embezzlement.

MHP Director Col. Donnell Berry says troopers found numerous items in the truck Williams was driving that are believed to be stolen.

Williams is being held on $1 million bond at the Rankin County Detention Center.

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