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UPDATE: 3 jailed in Petal kidnapping, robbery

Anthony Jackson Anthony Jackson
Deshane Hundley Deshane Hundley
Tavaras Seals Tavaras Seals
PETAL, MS (WDAM) -

After last weeks arrest in a Petal kidnapping and robbery, authorities now have the other two suspects in custody they were after.

On Friday, Aug. 28th, Deshane Hundley, 18, of Hattiesburg turned himself in to Hattiesburg police with out incident and was turned over to Petal police. Hundley was charged with two counts of kidnapping, robbery and conspiracy to commit a crime.

Sunday, Aug. 30th, Tavaras Seals, 27, of Hattiesburg, turned himself in to authorities at the Forrest County Jail without incident. Seals was charged with two counts of kidnapping, robbery and conspiracy to commit a crime.

Hundley and Seals are expected to make their initial appearance in court this afternoon.

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On Friday, Aug. 21, Petal police responded to a report of three black males that entered a residence at 407 West 7th Street in Petal.

“The three males took an assortment of items, a wallet, cash, x-box, cash, computers a small safe, knives and other things,” said Petal Police Investigator Ken Bullock. “The three men hog-tied two victims and pistol whipped them with semi-automatic handguns.”

Anthony Jackson, 27, of Hattiesburg, was arrested last night and charged with two counts of kidnapping, robbery and conspiracy to commit a crime. He is currently housed at the Forrest County Jail, where his bond was set at $350,000.

Police are still searching for Deshane Hundley, 18, and Tavar Dominick Seals, 27, both of Hattiesburg.

Hundley goes by the name “Bird” and Seals goes by the name “Baby T” according to investigators.

They do consider them armed and dangerous, and possibly in the Hattiesburg area.

If you have any information, contact Petal Police at 601-544-5331 or Metro Crime Stoppers at 601-582 STOP.

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