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Two cousins arrested for grand larceny

NATCHEZ — Two cousins are in jail after allegedly stealing two flat-screen televisions from a local bed and breakfast.

Bryan Carroll, 20, 1019 Martin Luther King Jr. St., and Marcus Reed, 20, 24 Oakridge Road, are each charged with grand larceny in connection to a May 16 complaint at a bed and breakfast on Homochitto Street, Natchez Police Chief Mike Mullins said Wednesday. Mullins declined to identify the bed and breakfast, where Carroll and Reed were once employed.

Mullins said investigators have recovered both televisions, which were located in the suspects’ respective houses.

Carroll and Reed are each being held on $10,000 bond.

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