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Jones County Crimestoppers are offering reward for information on a hit and run

By Ontario Richardson – bio | email | Twitter

JONES COUNTY,MS (WDAM) - Jones County investigators are still searching for clues in an unsolved hit and run that occurred in earlier November.

Jones County Crimestopper coordinator Wilbur Chamberlin say Crimestoppers is offering  a cash reward for information on a hit and run on the first of November, where Darrin Carpenter lost his life after being hit by an automobile on Highway 29 South.

The individuals involved in this accident fled the scene. Two vehicles were seen near the scene at the approximate time of the accident...one large, dark colored SUV and a smaller SUV.  Either of these vehicles may have been involved in this tragedy. The larger dark colored SUV may have had a headlight out.

Anybody with any type of information that may assist the investigators in this crime is asked to call the Jones County Sheriff Department at 425-3147 or the Jones County Crimestoppers at 428-7867.

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