Three arrested in connection to Moss Point triple shooting

Three arrested in connection to Moss Point triple shooting
From left, Cameron D. Holloway and Jaylin R. Stallworth, both 19, were arrested on three charges of aggravated assault and one charge of shooting into a moving vehicle each. Datorious D. Booker, also 19, was arrested on a charge of accessory after the fact of aggravated assault. Source: Moss Point Police Department (Source: Moss Point Police Department)

MOSS POINT, Miss. (WLOX) - Three Moss Point teenagers were arrested Friday in connection to a shooting that happened earlier this month.

Cameron D. Holloway and Jaylin R. Stallworth, both 19, were arrested on three charges of aggravated assault and one charge of shooting into a moving vehicle each. Datorious D. Booker, also 19, was arrested on a charge of accessory after the fact of aggravated assault.

Moss Point police officers responded to a report of shots fired at Luxury Nightz Club on Main Street on Sunday, May 5. When officers arrived on the scene, they were unable to located any victims or identify any suspects.

The police department was later notified by Singing River Hospital police of three victims of gunfire arriving at the emergency room for treatment. Two of the victims were treated and released, but the third was admitted with serious injuries.

Detectives began gathering information and following leads. A number of cell phone videos of the shooting were provided to the police department by citizens. These videos were released to news media, and the public began providing tips as to the identity of the shooters by phone, social media and Crime Stoppers tips. Holloway, Stallworth and Booker were eventually identified as suspects.

Footage from Moss Point parking lot shooting

The Moss Point Police Department executed simultaneous search warrants on two houses in Moss Point Friday morning and also served felony arrests warrants to the three suspects. During the searches, the weapons believed to have been used in the shooting were recovered.

Each count of aggravated assault carries a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison and a $10,000 fine. Shooting at a moving vehicle carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison. The maximum penalty for accessory after the fact is 20 years in prison and a $10,000 fine. Bonds have not been set pending initial appearance before Judge Keith Miller.

A motive for the shooting has not been determined, and the investigation is continuing,

Anyone with information regarding this incident should contact Detective Kimberly Snowden at 228-475-1711 or Mississippi Coast Crime Stoppers at 877-787-5898.

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