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Police: Suspect surrenders, partner in crime still on the run

James Youngblood (right) turned himself in to police Wednesday morning. Makram Bush (left) is still on the run, and should be considered armed and dangerous. (Photo source: Stone Co. Sheriff's Dept.) James Youngblood (right) turned himself in to police Wednesday morning. Makram Bush (left) is still on the run, and should be considered armed and dangerous. (Photo source: Stone Co. Sheriff's Dept.)
LUMBERTON, MS (WLOX) -

One of the two men wanted for beating and robbing a Stone County man has turned himself in to police. James Youngblood, 36, turned himself in to Lumberton Police Wednesday morning with his mother by his side. He's scheduled to be in court at 2pm.

Youngblood and Makram Bush, also 36, are accused of carjacking a Stone County man, then robbing him and pistol whipping him. Investigators said the man suffered a serious brain injury before he was hog tied and dumped in a ditch. The victim has been in Intensive Care for the past three weeks.

Makram Bush is still on the run, and should be considered armed and dangerous.

If you have any information that could help investigators, call Mississippi Coast Crime Stoppers at (877) 787-5898.

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