- Associated Press - Friday, April 3, 2015

BOONEVILLE, Miss. (AP) - A 46-year-old Jumpertown woman arrested last week on a kidnapping charge is heading to a state prison.

District Attorney Trent Kelly tells WTVA TV (https://bit.ly/1NM6RVN) a circuit court judge revoked the probation of Alicia Denise Dotson during a hearing Thursday.

Dotson was ordered to serve 10 years for violating probation on a charge of receiving stolen property.

She was arrested last month on charges of kidnapping a man from a Prentiss County home.

The man managed to escape at a Corinth convenience store in March.

Kelly says Dotson’s arrest in that case combined with other violations, including failing a drug test, lead to the request to revoke her probation.

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Information from: WTVA-TV, https://www.wtva.com

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