Lawrence County man killed in domestic disturbance in Prentiss - WDAM-TV 7-News, Weather, Sports-Hattiesburg, MS

Lawrence County man killed in domestic disturbance in Prentiss

By Jeff Daley – email

JEFFERSON DAVIS COUNTY, MS. (WDAM) - A Lawrence County man is  dead and a Prentiss man is in custody following a domestic violence disturbance Wednesday.

Thirty one year old Trence Dixon Jr. was taken into custody at a home on Young Road in Prentiss Wednesday after Jefferson Davis County Sheriffs Deputies found 34 year old Charles Lewis dead in the front yard of the home with a gun shot wound to the chest. 

After an initial investigation at the scene Dixon was taken into custody.

The Jeff Davis Sheriffs department and the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation are conducting a full investigation.

Dixon has yet to be charged in the death.

 

 

 

 

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