Capital murder accessory suspect bound over to grand jury

MOSS POINT (WLOX) - A Moss Point woman's case has been handed over to a grand jury for her possible involvement in Michael David Porter's murder.

Melody Jones's preliminary hearing was held today in the Moss Point Municipal court.

She is charged with accessory after the fact to capital murder, for supposedly telling her nephew, Terry Hye, Junior to stay quiet about his involvement in the murder.

Moss Point Municipal Judge Maxine Lawson Conway decided evidence against Jones was strong enough that the case should continue.

Hye, along with Darwin Wells, Alonzo Kelly, and Telvin James Benjamin, all juveniles, are charged with capital murder and are still waiting for their preliminary hearings.