Amite County Sheriff Tim Wroten reported two more arrests in a June 13 slaying at the Gloster Armory, and has a warrant for another suspect.
Charged with second-degree murder in the shooting of Lacentrick Lee, 37, of Centreville were Trevion Dewayne Jenkins, 20, 87 Percy Creek Sand Road, Woodville; and Frankie Jenkins, 57, 1321 Matthew Road, Gloster.
Both got out of jail on $100,000 bond after being arrested late last month.
Three others were arrested in July in connection with the shootout at a party in the parking lot of the old armory.
In another Amite County case, three people from Tallahatchie County were arrested Sept. 3 and charged with possession of stolen property and felonious possession of burglary tools.
Charged were Corderrius Williams, 18, Derrick Blackburn, 26, and Heather Cox, 44.
Blackburn and Cox were also charged with giving false information to a law enforcement officer.
The three remained in jail Friday on $40,000 bond.
Liberty police pulled them over for having a stolen tag and discovered the car had been reported stolen.
Wroten said the three are suspected of offering to cut storm-damaged timber for residents, taking money up-front and then leaving without doing the work.
Other September felony cases on the Amite County jail docket:
• Keishon Slack, 25, 160 W. North St., Gloster, arrested Sept. 8 by Gloster police on a charge of two counts aggravated assault and armed robbery. He remained in jail on $100,000 bond.
• Gionne Butler, 23, 408 S. Locust St., McComb, arrested Sept. 5 for abuse of the elderly. He is out of jail on $5,000 bond.
• Maurice Montgomery, 40, 1814-B Dave Collins Lane, Centreville, arrested Sept. 1 for possession of methamphetamine. He’s out on $31,000 bond.