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Man charged with murder in Biloxi shooting death

Harvill Richardson, Sr., Source: Biloxi Police Department Harvill Richardson, Sr., Source: Biloxi Police Department

By WLOX Staff

BILOX, MS (WLOX) - A man is charged with murder after Biloxi Police say an argument ended gunfire.

66-year-old Harvill Richardson, Sr. of Biloxi is charged in the shooting death of 55-year-old Rudy Quilon.

Quilon died a little before 11 Tuesday night after being shot in the abdomen.

Biloxi police say Richardson and Quilon were acquaintances and that Quilon had been living on Richardson's property on Old Highway 67 for the last several months.

Police don't know why the two argued, but they say the revolver used in the shooting belonged to Richardson.

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