Mississippi Prisons on Statewide Lockdown After Murder

JACKSON, MS (Ben Caxton) — An incident at a southern Mississippi prison that left one inmate dead led to a statewide lockdown of all public and private prisons in the state on New Year’s Eve. In what officials are calling a “major disturbance” at the Correctional Institution in Greene County 40-year-old Terrandance Dobbins, who was serving a life sentence for a 1998 homicide conviction in Adams County and eight years for aggravated assault in Sunflower County was killed, and two other inmates were injured. The result was an immediate lockdown at three state-run, and three private-run prisons along with fifteen regional jails. An MDOC spokesperson said the lockdown will continue indefinitely.

 


1 Comment on "Mississippi Prisons on Statewide Lockdown After Murder"

  1. Avatar The Truth-Train | January 9, 2020 at 10:26 am | Reply

    I believe in the near future that certain individual States within America will become individual countries, some joining with other states. They will set borders and not allow non-property owners and those born in those states to enter these Country.
    They see a time when society will break down and other Americans will wish to migrate to nicer places that are relatively crime-free compared to states like Mississipi and Illinois.

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