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Wanted murder suspect captured in Pascagoula

Nicholas Marcel De Morst (Photo source: Gautier Police Dept.) Nicholas Marcel De Morst (Photo source: Gautier Police Dept.)
Investigators said the car Hunter Miller was driving crashed into the fence at College Park Elementary, at the intersection of Ladnier Road and University. Investigators said the car Hunter Miller was driving crashed into the fence at College Park Elementary, at the intersection of Ladnier Road and University.
Hunter Miller (Photo source: Facebook.com) Hunter Miller (Photo source: Facebook.com)
JACKSON COUNTY, MS (WLOX) -

The man wanted for a Gautier capital murder has been arrested in Pascagoula.

Nicholas Marcel DeMorst, 23, is suspected in the shooting death of Hunter Miller. That's the Biloxi man who was shot in the back last week in Gautier's College Park neighborhood. Investigators believe the shooting was drug related.

DeMorst was arrested around 11:30am at the Taylor Heights Apartments in Pascagoula. The Southeast Mississippi Metropolitan Enforcement Team assisted in the capture, and said he did not resist arrest. DeMorst has been charged with capital murder.

If you have any information that could help police as they investigate this case, call CrimeStoppers at 1-877-787-5898.

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