Starkville police arrested five suspects Friday and a sixth turned himself in Saturday for a Dec. 30 shooting that resulted in attempted murder charges.
Dominique Beasley, who is 30 years old and also goes by Dominique Roberts, turned himself in Saturday morning around 9 a.m., Starkville Police Department Public Information Officer Brandon Lovelady said. SPD arrested Quanterrius Dotson, 17; Marquavious Guido, 20; Austin Hudson, 18; and Joshua Reed-Sims, 24, on Friday, according to an SPD press release.
All five are charged with attempted murder in the shooting on North Montgomery Street near the Garrard Road intersection, and each is being held in Oktibbeha County Jail with bond set at $750,000. Lovelady said the shooting happened outside a residence.
The victim was taken to OCH Regional Medical Center with multiple gunshot wounds, according to the press release. OCH Emergency Services Director Michael Hunt did not have any further information Saturday.
SPD also arrested Johnetta Campbell, 22, on a felony charge of hindering prosecution, and she posted her $25,000 bond Friday shortly after her arrest, Lovelady said.
The incident is still under investigation.
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