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3 teenagers locked up in connection to shooting death of Mississippi middle school student

John Foote, Maxle Mooneyham, Siyaski Crawford
John Foote (left), Maxle Mooneyham (center), Siyaski Crawford (right). Photos courtesy of the Jackson Police Department

Three teenagers have been locked up in connection to the shooting death of a Northwest Rankin Middle School student.

On Monday, Jackson police responded to the fatal shooting of a 14-year-old, later identified as Cameron Horne-Crook, in the 3500 block of Ridgecrest Drive. He is reported to have been shot multiple times in the back of a vehicle.

Two days later, JPD, with the assistance of Pearl police and deputies with the Rankin County Sheriff’s Department, took 17-year-old John Foote and 16-year-old Maxle Mooneyham into custody. On Thursday, police announced that another suspect allegedly involved in the crime, 15-year-old Siyaski Crawford, had been arrested.

All three suspects are charged with murder. Foote was denied bond. The other two teens were given a $1.5 million bond each.

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