A Hattiesburg woman who was recently arrested for possession of weapons, aggravated assault and criminal street gang activity - among several other offenses - has had her bond set at a total of $132,000 for six felony charges.
During a first appearance on April 3, Municipal Court Judge Wes Curry set bond for 39-year-old Camilya Woods at $100,000 for aggravated assault, $5,000 for conspiracy to commit a felony, $15,000 for street gang activity, $10,000 for two counts of possession of a weapon by a convicted felon and $2,000 for tampering with evidence.
Woods pleaded not guilty to a seventh charge, misdemeanor possession of marijuana. Her preliminary hearing is tentatively set for July 22.
Officers from the Hattiesburg Police Department arrested Woods - who had previously been convicted for felony shoplifting - at about 7 p.m. April 2 in the 500 block of Mable Street. Woods, who is represented by Hattiesburg attorney DeCarlo Hood, was charged with two counts of possession of a weapon by a convicted felon and once count of possession of marijuana.
She also was charged with aggravated assault, conspiracy to commit a felony, criminal street gang activity tampering with evidence, all in connection with a physical assault that occurred Feb. 2 in the 500 block of Mable Street.
Officers seized two handguns during the arrest, after which Woods was booked into the Forrest County Jail.