UPDATE: Greenville Police Chief Confirms Homicide & Aggravated Assault, Suspect on the Run

(Greenville, MS)- Greenville Police Chief Delando Wilson says officers responded to the 1200 block of Garden Drive late Monday night, just before midnight, in reference to a stabbing victim. Once the officers were on the scene they found the victim Billy Smiley, Sr. in the front yard of his residence with multiple stab wounds. Mr. Smiley was transported to Delta Regional Medical Center, then flown to Jackson, where he is now in critical but stable condition. Officers also responded to the 200 block of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in reference to a deceased person. Once the officers and detectives were on the scene they found a deceased male with what appeared to be several stab wounds. The victim’s name is not being released at this time pending proper notification of the victim’s family. The victim was found at property that is owned by Mr. Smiley the Aggravated Assault victim. Detectives think that both of the incidents may possibly be related. Detectives were able to identify a suspect and are currently searching for the suspect. Detectives are currently looking for 23 year old Leonard Stevenson, Jr. in relation to this incident. Any person with any information related to these incidents please contact the Greenville Police Department at 662-378-1515 or to leave an anonymous tip call CrimeStoppers at 662-378-TIPS.

2 Comments on "UPDATE: Greenville Police Chief Confirms Homicide & Aggravated Assault, Suspect on the Run"

  1. I believe he did the right thing and kill Billy Smiley. I know Mr. Smiley, and give me the creeps. If he was rapping little kids then he needed to die. Because, the kinds that he rapped will never be the same. They will think it’s okay to let men touch them in the wrong place, and it not okay.

  2. Avatar Freda ledlow | May 11, 2018 at 7:18 am | Reply

    What every this man did he didn’t deserve to died Let God do his work rebuke the Devil In the name of Jesus

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