Elderly Man Beaten and Robbed Dies in Hospital

Elderly Man Beaten and Robbed Dies in Hospital

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CHICKASAW, ALABAMA -

The 86-year-old Chickasaw man who was beaten, stabbed and robbed in his home has died.

Carrol Jordan had been in critical condition since the attack January 27th.

He died Saturday night at USA Medical Center from his injuries. Funeral arrangements have not been announced.

Three suspects were arrested and charged with attempted murder and burglary in the case.

D'Angelo Smith, Yasmin Munnerlyn and Carlos O'Brien Nottingham were arrested days after the incident. Their charges will likely be upgraded to murder.

Chickasaw police say the three beat, stabbed and robbed Carrol Jordan in his home in Chickasaw, taking a big screen t.v.

A neighbor interrupted the crime when she ventured to his home to borrow margarine.

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