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Woman sentenced in 2013 Hattiesburg shooting

Taanekia Amerson Taanekia Amerson

A woman was sentenced today for her role in a 2013 shooting in the City of Hattiesburg.

Tananekia Amerson, 21, plead guilty in Forrest County Circuit Court and was sentenced to 10 years in prison, with 5 years to serve, and 5 years post release.  

Amerson was involved in the November 19, 2013 shooting that occurred in the 3600 block of Campbell Drive at Overlook Apartments. Amerson was later arrested and charged with shooting into an occupied dwelling, no one was injured in the shooting incident.

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