Three behind bars after deadly Port Gibson gas station shooting

Three men are behind bars after an altercation lead to a deadly shooting at a gas station in Claiborne County. Port Gibson Police Chief Russell Dorsey said officers received a call at 9:21 p.m. on Sunday about shots fired at a Citgo on Highway 18 in Port Gibson. Once on scene, officers discovered a man laying on the ground shot to death. Roddarius Thomas, 22, was pronounced dead on the scene. Dorsey said the incident stemmed from a disturbance between multiple people in the parking lot of the gas station. The shooter was identified as Kevin Hill, 29, who turned himself in to authorities hours after the shooting. Hill is charged with murder, attempted murder and felon in possession of a firearm. Zachariah Burrell, 24, was arrested hours later and charged with attempted murder. Rashaad Johnson, 19, was arrested on scene and charged with attempted murder, shooting into an occupied dwelling and felony malicious mischief.All three made their initial appearance in court Monday and each were given a $500,000 bond

Three men are behind bars after an altercation lead to a deadly shooting at a gas station in Claiborne County.

Port Gibson Police Chief Russell Dorsey said officers received a call at 9:21 p.m. on Sunday about shots fired at a Citgo on Highway 18 in Port Gibson. Once on scene, officers discovered a man laying on the ground shot to death.

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Roddarius Thomas, 22, was pronounced dead on the scene.

Dorsey said the incident stemmed from a disturbance between multiple people in the parking lot of the gas station.

The shooter was identified as Kevin Hill, 29, who turned himself in to authorities hours after the shooting. Hill is charged with murder, attempted murder and felon in possession of a firearm.

Zachariah Burrell, 24, was arrested hours later and charged with attempted murder. Rashaad Johnson, 19, was arrested on scene and charged with attempted murder, shooting into an occupied dwelling and felony malicious mischief.

All three made their initial appearance in court Monday and each were given a $500,000 bond

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