Man in court accused of burglary, criminal impersonation
DOWNTOWN JACKSON — A man was in court Thursday on accusations of burglary and then giving police an incorrect name. Cortez Rashun Williams is charged with aggravated burglary and criminal impersonation. An officer responded Wednesday to a report of a suspicious person behind a residence in the 300 block of Westwood Avenue, an affidavit states. When checking the home, the officer saw a man with white cloth wrapped around his head running from the residence. The officer apprehended the man nearby, and the suspect said his name was Marcus Coleman. While on the way to the Criminal Justice Complex, the man told police his real name is Cortez Williams, according to the affidavit. Williams is being held in lieu of a $30,000 bond.