Burglary Suspects Arrested in Kansas

The two suspects wanted for the burglary of Sam’s Jewelry in Pascagoula who could also be linked to a triple homicide in Jackson have been apprehended in Kansas.
Thirty-five year-old Jamison Townsend and 37-year-old Joshua Garcia were arrested in Junction City, Kansas after fleeing a routine traffic stop in Kansas this morning. Both are being charged with three counts of capital murder and one count of aggravated robbery of a business.
A vigil to remember the victims of the triple homicide in Jackson was held last night. Family and friends of 81-year-old Bill Mosley, 60-year-old Robert Ivy and 77-year-old Ted McLemore, the victims in a weekend triple homicide, say the pain they feel is unimaginable. Timothy Myrick is Bill Mosley’s cousin. He said, “My momma is torn apart. My aunt, she’s heartbroken. It has damaged our whole family. It’s going to ruin our Christmas.”
Both suspects face extradition from Junction City, Kansas.

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