Man in custody on Madison auto burglary charges
U.S. Marshals said they arrested a man on Monday who was wanted on six car burglary charges in the City of Madison alone.
Antarvon Ladarious Luckett, 19, was arrested and charged with six auto burglary charges that occurred on the evening of June 25.
Madison Police Capt. Kevin Newman said that during Luckett’s initial court appearance June 28 in Madison Municipal Court, his bond was set at $60,000. Newman said the bond was $10,000 for each count of auto burglary.
Luckett was wanted in connection with a series of auto burglaries of unlocked vehicles parked at residences in the Sandalwood and Woods Crossing subdivisions in Madison on June 21.
Through an investigation and review of video surveillance Luckett was developed as a suspect, Newman said. Madison police investigators subsequently obtained six arrest warrants for Luckett for auto burglary.
On June 25, Luckett was located and arrested in Jackson by the U.S. Marshal’s Service Fugitive Task Force at which time he was returned to Madison and charged accordingly, Newman said.
“Other jurisdictions within the metro area also possess arrest warrants for Luckett,” Newman said.
Luckett was a fugitive wanted by the Ridgeland, Flowood and Pearl Police departments in addition to the Madison Police Department for auto burglary, according to a post on the Crime Stoppers website.
A Central Mississippi Crime Stoppers notice released on Luckett that same evening noted that he is known to have ties locally to the Sharon and Farmhaven communities of Madison County. He is also said to have ties to associates in Kosciusko and Attala County.
He is currently housed at the Madison County Detention Center.