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Three charged in connection to Hub City shooting

Pladee Clayton (Photo source: Hattiesburg Police Department) Pladee Clayton (Photo source: Hattiesburg Police Department)
David Glenn (Photo source: Hattiesburg Police Department) David Glenn (Photo source: Hattiesburg Police Department)
Chansi Ferrell (Photo source: Hattiesburg Police Department) Chansi Ferrell (Photo source: Hattiesburg Police Department)
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

Hattiesburg police arrested three people Tuesday in connection to last week’s shooting on Katie Avenue.

HPD spokesman Ryan Moore said Chansi Ferrell, 30, is charged with three counts of accessory after the fact of a felony and also had previous warrants for credit card fraud and simple assault.

David Glenn, 25, is charged with hindering prosecution.

Pladee Clayton, 24, is charged with two counts of aggravated assault, shooting into a dwelling and was also wanted as a fugitive by a law enforcement agency in Connecticut, Moore said.

Police said the shooting happened on the afternoon of Tuesday, May 8, near John Street. Investigators recovered multiple shell casings from the scene, but no suspects were immediately identified.

Moore said no injuries were reported after the gunfire, but a nearby apartment complex was hit by a bullet.

After further investigation, Ferrell, Glenn and Clayton were developed as suspects in the shooting. All three are being held at the Forrest County Jail.

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