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Bond set for three charged in Mugshots parking lot shooting death

A male victim involved in a Sunday afternoon shooting in the Hub City has died from his injuries. Source: WDAM A male victim involved in a Sunday afternoon shooting in the Hub City has died from his injuries. Source: WDAM
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

Three people have been charged in connection to the shooting death of a 20-year-old in the parking lot of a Hattiesburg restaurant Sunday afternoon. 

The victim, Corey Husband, 20, of Hattiesburg, died of multiple gunshot wounds after he was shot in a car in the Mugshots parking lot. His body was sent to the State Crime Lab for an autopsy. 

All three suspects made their initial appearances in court Monday. 

James Malik Windham was charged with murder and conspiracy to commit a felony. His bond was set at $1 million for the murder charge and $50,000 for the conspiracy charge. Windham's bond was revoked for a previous armed robbery charge.

MOBILE USERS: Click here for the suspect's mugshots. 

Demethius Dixon was also charged with murder and conspiracy to commit a felony. Dixon's bond was set at $750,000 for murder and $50,000 for conspiracy. 

A third suspect, Chadrick Dixon, was charged with hindering prosecution and his bond was set at $50,000.  

All three suspects are housed in the Forrest County Jail. 

The scene: 

HPD was on scene of a shooting at Mugshots restaurant just after 3 p.m. Sunday. 

Police responded to the shooting scene in the parking lot of the restaurant at 204 North 40th Avenue.

Mugshots owner Ron Savell said he was shocked when he heard the news.

"I mean we are a family friendly restaurant, been in Hattiesburg for 13 years and never expected anything like this," said Savell.

Hattiesburg Police Lt. Jon Traxler said the victim nor the suspects were patrons or connected to the restaurant in any way. 

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