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VPD make arrest in Sept. 22 shootout and in marijuana seizure

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Jalen Williams and Jadaruice Devoils

Jadaruice Devoils

Vicksburg Police officers arrested Jadaruice Devoils, 19, on Nov. 12, on two counts of aggravated assault with a firearm, stemming from a fight that occurred near the Waffle House on North Frontage Road on Sept. 22, 2019.

Two people were shot as a result of that incident: Shemar Keyon Anderson, 18, was shot in the chest area, and Jatavius Devoils, 18, was shot in the hip area.

Jadaruice Devoils appeared in City of Vicksburg Municipal Court this morning, Nov. 13, 2019, before Judge Allen Derivaux and was bound over to the Warren County Grand Jury on $150,000.00 bond.

Jalen Williams

Also on Nov. 13, Jalen Williams, 23, turned himself in to Vicksburg Police on a warrant for possession of marijuana with intent to distribute. Williams’ arrest follows the seizure of approximately six pounds of high-grade marijuana found in a residence on Ken Karyl Avenue Nov. 5, 2019. Williams is the second suspect arrested in connection with this case.

After spending the night in the Madison County Jail, Williams will have his Initial appearance in Vicksburg Municipal Court tomorrow, Nov. 14, 2019.

Leon Devell Rodgers is wanted on domestic violence charges.

Still at large from the warrant that resulted in the drug seizure is Leon Devell Rodgers, 47, wanted for aggravated assault domestic violence, strangulation.

If you have any information about the whereabouts of Rogers, please call the Vicksburg Police Department at 601-636-2511 or Crime Stoppers at 601-355-TIPS (8477)

Reports of shots fired

On Nov. 12, 2019, officers responded to two calls of shots fired, one in the area of Drummond and Speed streets and the other in the vicinity of Washington and Thomas streets.

In both cases, when offers arrived on scene, they saw no signs of suspicious activity and found no signs of shots fired.

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Vicksburg police make a drug arrest, respond to auto theft and shots fired

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Clarence Lee, 64, arrested for possession of cocaine.

The Vicksburg Police Department has provided the following incident reports for Friday, Dec. 6 through Sunday, Dec. 8, 2019.

On Friday, Dec. 6, Vicksburg Police officers arrested Clarence Lee, 64, of Vicksburg, at a traffic stop. He is charged with possession of cocaine and will appear before Judge Angela Carpenter in Vicksburg Municipal Court today, Monday, Dec. 9.

On Saturday, Dec. 7, officers responded to the Circle K convenience store at 4150 Washington St. for a reported auto theft. The complainant said that someone stole his 2017 Dodge Challenger from the gas pump.

Officers also responded to two reports of shots fired. In both cases, officers found no signs of suspicious activity or evidence of shots being fired.

The first call was on Friday, Dec. 6, in the 2700 block of Alcorn Drive, and the second report was on Sunday, Dec 8, in the area of Ivy Circle and Springridge Drive.

 

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BREAKING: Shooting at Azalea Trace Apartments in Warren County

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Warren County Sheriff Martin Pace said that the shooter is not in custody. Deputies are interviewing witnesses and processing the scene.

Original story:

A shooting at the Azalea Trace Apartments had law enforcement blocking Fisher Ferry Road in both directions for a short time.

The Warren County Sheriff’s Department is on the scene. Based on first reports, the shooter is also on the scene and may be in custody.

One person, a 17-year-old teenager, has been shot three, maybe four times with a small caliber handgun: once on left shoulder and twice on the left side. He also has a wound on the buttocks, which may be an exit wound.

The victim is being transported to the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson by ambulance. Apparently, the emergency helicopter was not available. His condition is unknown.

Fisher Ferry Road has been reopened, but traffic is moving slowly in both directions.

The Vicksburg Daily News is on the scene to bring you updates as they happen. See our live video on Facebook.

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Four dead, eight injured in Pensacola shooting; shooter is Saudi national

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At a news conference this afternoon, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis identified the shooter as a member of the Saudi military receiving aviation training at the NAS. He had previously been identified as a second lieutenant in the Saudi air force.

Saudi King Salman called Pres. Donald Trump, who said the king told him “the Saudi people are greatly angered by the barbaric actions of the shooter, and that this person in no way shape or form represents the feelings of the Saudi people who love the American people.”

No immediate connection to a terrorist threat has been made.

This is the second shooting at a U.S. Naval base this week. In Hawaii, a sailor shot three people on Wednesday, killing two before committing suicide.

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Officials at NAS Pensacola and the Escambia County Sheriff’s Department have confirmed that four people have died, including the shooter. Eight people have been injured including two deputies, WEAR TV reports.

Original story:

Two individuals are dead, and several are wounded after a shooting at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Fla., this morning.

Among the dead is the suspected shooter.

The shooting was first reported about 7 a.m., Friday, Dec. 6, USA Today reported. By 7:39 a.m., the Escambia County Sheriff’s Department said the shooter was dead.

 

WEAR TV reports that multiple people were injured. At least seven people are in the care of an area Baptist Hospital. Other reports put the number injured at 11 or more.

The Vicksburg Daily News will update this story as details become clear.

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