Violence

Pentagon IDs officer slain in attack as officials seek clues

By ERIC TUCKER, MICHAEL BALSAMO and MICHAEL BIESECKER WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal investigators were digging Wednesday into the background of a Georgia man who officials say fatally stabbed a Pentagon police officer at a transit station outside the building before…

Coming together to stop the violence in Gulfport

After recent fatal shooting in Gulfport, members of the community are working together to find solutions for youth gun violence. Saturday’s drive-by shooting left three people hospitalized and days before a separate shooting left two young men, Juan Harvey…

Moss Point residents react to recent violence

Residents who live on Washington and Martin Luther King Blvd in Moss Point speak out about what they witnessed in Sunday’s fatal robbery. A Moss Point homeowner shot and killed an armed intruder Sunday evening in the…

Moss Point group strives to stop the violence

As Moss Point fights against recent violence, a local Moss Point group hopes to be at the forefront of the battle. Moss Point’s 100 Men, a group started by Derrick Taite, is working towards becoming stronger in the midst of…

The City of Moss Point discusses recent violence

Today, Moss Point Mayor Mario King held a press conference to discuss the recent violence plaguing the City of Moss Point. His call for change comes after three people were shot during a home invasion during a Super Bowl party,…

Mayor King address violent crime in Moss Point

Last night, there was another shooting in Moss Point, this time on Washington Drive. Police say a man showed up to Singing River Hospital with a gunshot wound overnight. He’s listed in stable condition. On the heels of the recent…

Aggravated Assault-Domestic Violence

A Gulfport man is facing multiple charges after Harrison County deputies say he arrived at his girlfriend’s home in Saucier, forced her into her car and strangled her According to Harrison County Sheriff Troy Peterson, 39 year old Marvin McMillan…

Harrison County Receives Grant to Stop Violence

Harrison County is trying to do its part to put a stop to violence against women. Today, the Harrison County Board of Supervisors accepted a $45,000 grant for the “Stop the Violence against Women” program. With this money, supervisors plan…