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Two suspects in custody for 2018 double homicide, one at large



17-year-old Jameco Davis and 20-year-old Kendarrius Davis, charged with 2018 double homicide (courtesy of NPD)

The Natchez Police Department arrested two suspects Tuesday in connection with the 2018 murder of Tavonte White and Alisha Justice, and are now asking the public for help locating a third suspect.

On Nov. 9, 2018, officers of the Natchez Police Department responded to the Stew Pot at 69 East Franklin Street in reference to shots fired. Officers found a 2006 Honda had crashed into the wall of the Stew Pot and discovered the vehicle had been shot several times. Tavonte White, 23, of Natchez and Alisha Justice, 21, of Missouri City, Texas, were killed in the incident.

Jameco Davis was 15-years-old at the time of the murder. (courtesy of NPD)

Kendarrius Davis (courtesy of NPD)

After extensive efforts of investigating officers, the Natchez police have made two arrests in the double homicide: 17-year-old Jameco Davis and 20-year-old Kendarrius Davis. Both suspects have been charged with two counts of murder. Currently, there is no bond set.

Jacq’laurence Terry Jackson should be considered armed and dangerous (courtesy NPD)

The Natchez Police department is actively seeking Jacq’laurence Jackson, 22, in connection with the double homicide.  Jackson should be considered armed and dangerous. If you should come in contact with him, please notify your local authority or call 911.

If you know the whereabouts of Jacq’laurence Jackson, please contact CrimeStoppers at 1-888-442- 5001. You will remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward if your tip leads to his arrest.

Chief Daughtry wants to thank the men and women of the Natchez Police Department for their tireless efforts and dedication to bringing justice to the victim’s families.

“This case has taken two years to make an arrest, which shows the resolve of the men and women of the Natchez Police Department to never give up,” Daughtry said in a statement. “We still have other cases that we are working and will continue with that same resolve so that we may bring justice to the other victim’s families.”

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