UPDATE: The man Claiborne County deputies say shot four people outside a convenience store last night, has turned himself in.
Claiborne County Sheriff Frank Davis says Lydell Page walked in to the Claiborne County Sheriff’s Department and surrendered with his lawyer.
Page will face four aggravated assault charges.
Update: Three of the four people shot by a drive-by shooter in Claiborne County are Hinds Community College Students.
According to Claiborne County Sheriff Frank Davis, the following have been identified as injured in the during the shooting.
- Kobie Ulmer, 19, from Pearl, shot in the left jaw.
- Willie Brown, 19, lives in Hinds County, shot, specifics not available
- Patrick Minor, 19, from Port Gibson, shot in the left arm
- Gabriel Washington, 20, from Vicksburg, shot in the groin
Three out of the four were treated and released. Brown is still hospitalized.
Lydell Page is out on a $15K bond for aggravated domestic assault.
The shooting happened just outside Michael Dean’s convenience store in Hermanville.
Claiborne County Sheriff Frank Davis says “If anyone is caught harboring this fugitive, we will prosecute them as well.”
Deputies were called to Claiborne County Hospital after learning four people were shot.
Two of them were transported to a Jackson hospital.
The incident occurred Tuesday night on Highway 18 at Michael Dean’s Convenience Store in Hermanville.
Sheriff Frank Davis says it was a drive-by shooting.
Authorities believe the four people wounded were not the intended targets.
Deputies are now looking a for Lydell Page.
According to the sheriff, Page just got out on bond for aggravated domestic violence.
He was accused of shooting at the mother of his child.