Three face charges by AG’s office

By REGGIE ROSS
Staff Writer

Three Holcomb residents are facing serious charges and will appear before a circuit judge next week.

State Attorney General Jim Hood identified the three as Elnora Nason, 32, Lucas Harbin, 35, and Derrick Hall, 24, who have been charged with felony count of exploitation of a vulnerable person.

According to the Attorney General, the three are “each accused of taking more than $250 from the account of an 86-year-old resident of the Grenada Living Center.”

The three were recently indicted by a Grenada County Grand Jury and are scheduled to appear before Judge George Mitchell next week.

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