A 56-year-old Marion County man has been charged with two counts of murder and one count of aggravated assault in connection with a double homicide near Foxworth Saturday night.
Authorities say Terrell Bass has been charged with the murders of 38-year-old Tonya Stogner and 30-year-old Ronald Plumber as well as the wounding of a third victim, 42-year-old Hershel Stogner.
The shootings occurred around 11 p.m. at the D and P Trailer Park on Hwy 35. Authorities will only say the shooting was the result of a domestic dispute. Bass was arrested at his home on Old Riley Road shortly after.
Hershel stogner was released from a Hattiesburg hospital today after being treated for his wounds.
Sources tell WDAM the Stogners, who were husband and wife, lived in the trailer park and plumber was visiting them that night.
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