U.S. Marshals arrest gunman wanted in Hwy 80 homicide - WDAM-TV 7-News, Weather, Sports-Hattiesburg, MS

U.S. Marshals arrest gunman wanted in Hwy 80 homicide

Source: JPD Source: JPD
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Qushawinia Martin; Source: JPD Qushawinia Martin; Source: JPD
Sumayyah Reid; Source: JPD Sumayyah Reid; Source: JPD
Marvin Wiloughby; Source: JPD Marvin Wiloughby; Source: JPD
JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

A Jackson murder suspect has been arrested by U.S. Marshals in Kansas after eluding authorities for nearly two weeks.

Marvin Willoughby, 25, now faces charges in the death of 28-year-old Freddie Mosley.

On September 12, Jackson police were investigating a deadly shooting that happened at a west Jackson hotel where Mosley was shot to death in his car. 

Police say they got a call about a car in a building at Mister Transmission on Hwy 80. When they arrived, they found a man dead inside the car with multiple gunshot wounds.

The shooting happened at 3:15 a.m. at Mustang Inn, just down the street from Mister Transmission. 

Police identified Wiloughby as the shooter.

Investigators said he was with two women who police identified as 30-year-old Qushawinia Martin and 23-year-old Samayah Reed. Martin was arrested but released after her court hearing.

Police say the suspects drove away in a dark midsize SUV with an unknown tag.

The motive is still unknown.

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