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2 more charged in Hattiesburg shooting

Clarence Thompson and Joshua Robinson Clarence Thompson and Joshua Robinson
Dominique Robinson, Shannon Donaldson, Nneka Robinson Dominique Robinson, Shannon Donaldson, Nneka Robinson

An additional two Hattiesburg residents are behind bars in connection to a weekend shooting in the Hub City.

According to Hattiesburg police Lt. Jon Traxler, Clarence Thompson, 25, and Joshua Robin, 29, were both arrested Wednesday afternoon and charged with aggravated assault in connection to the shooting that occurred Sunday in the 1600 block of Cedar Street.

Others charged in connection to the crime are Nneka Robinson, 22, Shannon Donaldson, 30, and Dominique Robinson, 27, all of Hattiesburg, turned themselves in to authorities Monday evening. During their initial appearance, they were each given a $100,000 bond for their charges.

The three are also charged with aggravated assault, use of a deadly weapon.

According to Hattiesburg police Lt. Jon Traxler, the shooting incident stemmed from an argument.

Around 4:30 p.m. Sunday officers responded to a report of shots fired at the Cedar Street trailer park. When police arrived, a black male suffering from multiple gunshot wounds had been taken to Forrest General Hospital by a bystander.

At last report, the victim was listed in critical condition at Forrest General Hospital.

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