[See my new VDARE report, fresh off the press:
“The Jessica Chambers Murder: Mississippi Authorities Have a Suspect!”]
Re-posted by Nicholas
If judges had not repeatedly ignored Quinton Tellis’ sentences and released him from prison years early, Jessica Chambers, 19, of Courtland, and Meing-Chen Hsiao, 34, of Taiwan, would likely still be alive today.
Quinton Tellis indicted in Jessica Chambers homicide
By Therese Apel
February 23, 2016, 6:54 p.m. CST [7:54 P.M. EST]
Clarion-Ledger Breaking News Reporter Therese Apel discusses the investigation into the brutal death of Courtland, Mississippi resident, Jessica Chambers. Dustin Barnes/The Clarion-Ledger [Hit link to story, in order to watch the video.]
A Panola County native suspected in another homicide has been indicted in the Dec. 2014 burning death of Courtland teen Jessica Chambers.
Quinton Tellis, 27, originally of Courtland, was indicted on capital murder charges by a special grand jury in Panola County as he sat in the Ouachita Parish Jail in Monroe, Louisiana, where he is being held on charges connected to the August 2015 death of a University of Louisiana Monroe exchange student.
Tellis is believed to have been the last person to have been with Chambers the night she was killed. The two allegedly had a relationship in the weeks leading up to her death, officials said.
Alleged racist serial killer, Quinton Tellis, 27 (Photo: Ouachita Parish Sheriff)
While the [sic] Chambers and Tellis were eight years apart in age, they both went to South Panola High School and both grew up in the same neighborhood.
Further details of their relationship were not public prior to the Wednesday press conference.
Tellis was living in Monroe with new wife when he was arrested by Monroe Police Department and charged with crimes connected to the stabbing death of Meing-Chen Hsiao, 34, of Taiwan. Local media reports say she had been missing for more than a week when her body was found August 8, 2015, stabbed to death in her apartment.
Police said Hsiao's homicide appeared to be very personal.
[That’s racial code that law enforcement and experts always use to confuse whites, when a black commits a horrific murder against a white (or in this case, Asian), e.g., the Bethesda Lululemon Athletica Murder, in which Brittany Norwood committed a heinous murder of Jayna Murray, bludgeoning and stabbing Murray over 320 times with different weapons. However, there was nothing personal to the murder. That’s simply the sort of savagery that comes natural to many racist black killers.]
Tellis has not been charged with her murder, but according to jail records, he has been charged with three counts of unauthorized use of an access card and one count of possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.
The police report says Tellis allegedly used a Chase Bank debit card belonging to Hsiao on August 7 at around 11 p.m. On that transaction, he charged $.07 [?]. When it was used again on August 18, it was allegedly used at 10:35 p.m. for $500 and again at 3:04 a.m. for another $500. Police said there were ATM surveillance photos of Tellis using the card, and after being Mirandized, he allegedly admitted to using the debit card on all three occasions.
A search warrant was served on his house and authorities found 1/4 pound of marijuana in a bedroom. The report says the drugs were packaged for sale.
According to Tellis' Facebook page, he married his fiancee on or around Aug. 8, on or around the day Hsiao's body was found.
Tellis has served time for residential burglary and fleeing law enforcement charges Panola County.
MDOC records show Tellis was sentenced on in January 2010 for residential burglary and fleeing a law enforcement officer. He received five years to serve for the burglary conviction and five years of probation for the other crime. He was released on probation in August of that year, and his probation was subsequently revoked. He was sentenced again in December 2011 for residential burglary and received four years to serve.
Tellis was also sentenced in February 2012 for residential burglary and received three years to serve and five years probation. He was released on probation again in October 2014 and subsequently absconded supervision in August 2015.
In May of 2011, Tellis had a case for simple assault and domestic violence-simple dismissed after the affiants Laketer Harrell and Mary Evans failed to appear to prosecute. He had pleaded not guilty to charges of disturbance of a family, records show.
Later that summer, in July, Tellis was referred to the grand jury for burglary and grand larceny.
While Tellis was incarcerated, MDOC records show various violations, including refusing to work, and staff said he made threatening statements toward them in 2014.
He also received three rules violations while housed at Walnut Grove Correctional Facility: Being in a restricted or unauthorized area, disruptive behavior or disorderly conduct; and abusive, disrespectful language.
When he was booked in January 2012 after his probation was revoked, he was caught with two cellphone chargers in June 2013 while housed at Holmes County Correctional Facility.
In September 2013 Tellis was caught with a Green Dot number while housed at Parchman.