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9th suspect arrested in Hattiesburg's 12th homicide

Cedric Smith Cedric Smith
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

Hattiesburg police have arrested the ninth suspect in connection to the city's 12th homicide of 2014. The drive-by shooting that occurred Nov. 29th at 312 West 4th Street and took the life of Hattiesburg resident Nathaniel Alexander, 39.

Cedric Smith, 24, was taken into custody by Hattiesburg Police late last week. Smith was charged with conspiracy to commit a felony and street gang activity. His bond was set at $100,000 for both offenses linked to the city's 12th homicide.

Other suspects charged in the crime are:

Brandon McNair, 27, is charged with murder and street gang activity, bond set at $1 million for murder, and $50,000 for gang activity.

Alice Poole, 19, is charged with hindering prosecution, rendering criminal assistance, $10,000 bond.

Micahel May, 20, is charged with conspiracy to commit a felony and street gang activity, $100,000 bond set.

Anthony Crosby, 22, is charged with conspiracy to commit a felony and street gang activity, $100,000 bond set.

Jamarcus Pettigrew, 23, is charged with conspiracy to commit a felony and street gang activity, $100,000 bond set.

Ladayle Strickland, 19, is charged with conspiracy to commit a felony and street gang activity,$100,000 bond set.

Kadarius Nichols, 19, is charged with conspiracy to commit a felony and street gang activity, $100,000 bond set.

William Myers, 38, is charged with conspiracy to commit a felony and street gang activity, $100,000 bond set.

According to members of the Hattiesburg Police Department, other names could be added to the list of arrests.

If you have any information regarding the West 4th Street homicide or the location of the suspects, contact Hattiesburg Police or Metro Crime Stoppers at 601-582-STOP.

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