All Four Greenville Homicide Suspects In Custody

GREENVILLE, MS (Ben Caxton) — The fourth person wanted by Greenville Police in the January 7th shooting of Levon Jones Jr. is in custody. 38-year-old David Cartwright turned himself in at the Greenville Police Department noontime on Saturday. Cartwright does not have a bond at this time. Three other suspects, 36-year-old Jonathan Cooper, 37-year-old De’Erick Calvin and 39-year-old McKennedy Griffin, all of Greenville, were captured this week and are being held, charged with murder. Cooper and Calvin were arrested on Wednesday and each given a $2,000,000 bond by Judge Michael Prewitt the next day. Griffen surrendered to police on Friday. His bond also has not yet been set. The victim, Jones, was found inside a 2007 Volvo Tractor truck in the 300 block of North Street just after 2:00 AM on January 7th suffering from gunshot wounds. He was transported to the Delta Regional Medical Center where he died from his injuries, marking Greenville’s first homicide of 2018. Police say their preliminary investigation reveals that this appears to have been a robbery attempt.



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