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Third Charged with Murder in Ocean Springs Shooting

A third man was arrested Saturday in connection with Friday's shooting death of an Ocean Springs man.

20-year-old Anthony James was killed inside his home on School Street after a bullet went through the window. Police think 22-year-old LeBarron Chatman was the trigger man. He was arrested Friday night along with 20-year-old Timothy McGillivray, who police say owned the gun used in the shooting. Early Saturday morning, police arrested 20-year-old Michael Burbage. All three men have been charged with murder.

The shooting happened about 4:00 Friday afternoon on School Street. Police say one of the three men arrested was there to collect money from the victim.

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