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Three men charged with armed robbery in D'Iberville

Dustin Hudson. Image source: D'Iberville Police Department. Dustin Hudson. Image source: D'Iberville Police Department.
Jordan Gage Salas. Image source: D'Iberville Police Department. Jordan Gage Salas. Image source: D'Iberville Police Department.
Steven Jacob Manus. Image source: D'Iberville Police Department. Steven Jacob Manus. Image source: D'Iberville Police Department.
D'IBERVILLE, MS (WLOX) -

Three men are behind bars Saturday night after being charged with armed robbery in D'Iberville.

D'Iberville Police Chief Wayne Payne said officers responded to the report of an armed robbery in the area of Gorenflo Road and Big Ridge Road Friday night.

Officials said the two victims met up with three men they did not know after an Ocean Springs Mardi Gras parade. The victims were invited to follow the suspects to their residence in D'Iberville.

Officials say the victims reported they were robbed at gunpoint at the residence and immediately called police.

Sergeant Marty Griffin said the investigation led to the arrest of Steven Jacob Manus, 23, Jordan Gage Salas, 19, both of D'Iberville and Dustin Hudson, 24, of Grand Bay, AL.

All three men have been charged with two counts of armed robbery and are being held at the Harrison County Adult Detention center on bonds of $200,000 each. 

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