Three suspects were taken into custody in June in connection with a shooting at a local hotel, according to law enforcement officials.
Police officers were dispatched to Dreamland Hotel, formerly known as America’s Best Value Inn & Suites, at 513 East Main Street on Tuesday, May 18, at approximately 11:21 p.m., and discovered a male subject bleeding in the lobby.
The victim, identified by Senatobia police as Maurice Conley, 47, of Como, was transported from the scene by ambulance to Regional One Medical Center in Memphis where he was treated for a gunshot wound in his upper left thigh. Officials said Conley has been released from the hospital and is expected to make a full recovery.
Detective Brannon Rushing from the Criminal Investigations Division of the Senatobia Police Department said an inquiry into the case led to the arrest of three suspects in connection with the incident he identified as Brittany Jackson, 27, Jenisha Jackson, 29, and Lyndon Mosley Jr., 32, all of Sardis.
Brittany and Jenisha Jackson were both charged with conspiracy to commit aggravated assault Wednesday, June 2, and released under $25,000 bonds from the Tate County Jail.
Brittany Jackson was picked up by Panola County officials on a felony warrant stemming from previous charges in that area.
Mosley Jr. was arrested Wednesday, June 16, and charged with aggravated assault and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. He was released from the Tate County Jail under a $200,000 bond and has an appearance in circuit court set for Aug. 5.
“The arrests were made during the investigation after we uncovered enough probable cause to charge these three individuals,” Rushing explained.
Rushing said the case remains under investigation by SPD and some follow up information needs to be gathered before everything is ultimately sent to the Tate County Grand Jury for review.