Police Arrest Two More Suspects in Brutal Home Invasion Beating

Police Arrest Two More Suspects in Brutal Home Invasion Beating

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Police arrested two more people in the brutal beating of 86 year old Carrol Jordan, but, they dropped charges against another suspect.    Just before 9 o'clock Tuesday night, 19 year old Yasmin Munnerlyn was taken into custody.  Initially, she was considered a witness in the case.  Police also arrested 20 year old Carlos O-Brien Nottingham. 

Munnerlyn and Nottingham are both charged with attempted murder and burglary first degree.  Chickasaw Police Lieutenant Tommy McDuffie said, "Based on the interviews of all three individuals, we were able to exclude the first individual that was arrested, Robert Campbell.   They said he had nothing to do with it so the charges against him has been dropped."

Monday, police arrested 19 year old Deangelo Terrell Smith.  He's also charged with first degree burglary and attempted murder.

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