Gulfport men sentenced to 20 years for shooting into occupied dwelling
Two Gulfport men have been sentenced to 20 years in prison after firing a weapon into an apartment complex.
Eighteen year-olds Demarcus Bullard and Derrick Riley were arrested by Gulfport police. Bullard was charged with a felony of shooting into an occupied dwelling and Riley was charged with a felony of accessory after the fact to the crime of shooting into an occupied dwelling.
These charges are from their involvement in a shooting at William Bell Apartments in Gulfport in early May where multiple gunshots were allegedly fired by Bullard.