Triple homicide at Broadway Inn Express in Biloxi leads to standoff

Five people are dead in what started as a triple homicide at the Broadway Inn Express in Biloxi and led law enforcement across the Coast, ultimately ending in a standoff and a dead suspect.

It began at the Broadway Inn Express in Biloxi where three people were gunned down. A partition covering the aftermath was set up at the threshold of room 123.

Family openly mourned as investigators delivered the news on this chaotic scene.

Harrison County Coroner Brian Switzer identified the victims as 51-year-old Mohammed Moeini, the owner of Broadway Inn, Laura Lehman, 61, an employee and resident, Chad Green, 55, an employee and resident.

The fourth was a victim of a carjacking near Magnolia Avenue, Fifty-two-year-old William Waltman of Diamondhead was a public works contractor with the City of Gulfport.

The shooter, 32-year-old Jeremy Alexsunder Reynolds of Biloxi fled, committing another assault before barricading himself inside a gas station on 28th Street in Gulfport. Biloxi Police Captain Milton Houseman said, “At about 9:11 we got a call to shots fired in the area of the Broadway Inn hotel. Officers arrived and found several victims on scene. The suspect fled in a black Mercedes. We are currently working this scene here and we’ll be providing more information when we have a good idea of exactly what has happened here.”

Right now, we do not know the motivation behind these killings.

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