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Charges Dropped Against Oxford Developer David Blackburn

David Blackburn

Malicious mischief charges against David Blackburn, owner of Blackburn Communities in Oxford, have been dropped and the case has been dismissed. 

In early March, Houston-based developer Blake Tartt filed the charge against Blackburn after Tartt accused Blackburn of removing and destroying a sign belonging to him on lot six of the Oxford Commons, an area where both developers own property. 
Blackburn’s attorney, Swayze Alford issued the following statement on behalf of his client after the charges had been dismissed.  
“In May, the District Attorney’s office presented to the Lafayette County Grand Jury the felony malicious mischief charge filed by Blake Tartt against David Blackburn. The Lafayette County Grand Jury, after reviewing the evidence presented, voted against an indictment and the charge has been dismissed. We appreciate all of those involved in the legal process to bring this matter to a conclusion.”

Steven Gagliano is the managing editor of HottyToddy.com. He can be reached at steven.gagliano@hottytoddy.com
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