Traffic stop lands man in court on outstanding warrants

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DOWNTOWN JACKSON — A man appeared Wednesday in Jackson City Court on charges stemming from an alleged crime committed in September. Corbyn Davis reportedly had seven grams of marijuana on him Tuesday when police stopped a car he was riding in. He then was arrested for two outstanding warrants dating back to September, when he allegedly caused more than $1,900 in damages to a woman’s house. Court papers say he broke her windows and knocked out an air unit. Davis is charged with drug possession and vandalism. He is being held in lieu of a $10,000 bond.

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