MOSS POINT, MS (WLOX) - The third person who was wanted in connection with a fire that damaged Moss Point High School this week turned himself in to police Friday afternoon. That's according to Police Chief Art McClung.
McClung said Quentin Sipp and two juvenile boys are charged with arson, burglary and malicious mischief.
Surveillance video showed three people in the building right before the fire started Monday. McClung said the concession stand near the football field and some buildings around the school were also vandalized.
More than 600 high school students had to stay home for three days because of the damage from the fire. The school reopened Thursday after a lot of cleanup work from volunteers.