Four arrests made in Moss Point Super Bowl Sunday shooting
A Super Bowl home invasion that left one man dead and two others wounded in Moss Point left the community shaken back in February. Now, four people have been arrested in connection to the crime.
“It’s been hard. It’s been a lot of tears shed. It’s been more praying. It’s just a lot of calling on God to be honest with all of us, hoping that we get some answers.”
For six months now, the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department and District Attorney have been working alongside the FBI and the Moss Point Police Department to find the suspects involved with the Super Bowl Sunday home invasion that left Fabian Dailey dead. Jackson County District Attorney Tony Lawrence said, “I’m proud to tell ya’ll today that because of that team work and the approach of our law enforcement that four arrests have been made.”
Dailey’s family sat through the press conference held by the Jackson County District Attorney, relieved to know that justice for their brother is on its way. Fabian Dailey’s niece, Latreka Dailey, said, “There is still a lot of work ahead, but we are relieved that we have some of them off the streets.”
Robert Jackson, Darrien Cooks, Tukice Watts, and Sirmarrion Davis, all 20-years-old from Moss Point, have now been arrested for capital murder.
Jackson County District Attorney Tony Lawrence says although arrests have been made, the investigation is ongoing. “There will be additional charges so I would much rather someone who knows something or has heard something contact us instead of us contacting them.”
According to Lawrence, the home invasion does not seem to be a random act of violence. Dailey’s family says the homeowner was one of the men who was also shot during the robbery. “I forgive him, I forgive him. We are going to continue to pray, but we do want justice.”