As per the police report, it has been confirmed that the sole shooter at the party was Cameron Everett Brand, aged 19. A man is currently being held in a Mississippi jail on a bond of $3 million. He has been charged with six counts of aggravated assault.
According to the Biloxi Sun Herald, a shooting occurred on Saturday evening in St. Louis Bay, which is approximately 29 miles (46 km) west of Biloxi. The newspaper reported on the incident early Sunday morning.
Two teenagers, aged 16 and 18, have passed away due to injuries sustained. Their identities have not been revealed.
Six students were injured and transported to the district hospital. According to authorities, three individuals were in critical condition and three were in serious condition following the shooting.
According to reports, two of the victims are identified as students at Bay High School in Bay St. Louis. According to reports, Hancock High School in Kiln has a total of four students enrolled. The school is located approximately 13 miles (21 km) northwest of St. Louis Bay. According to the video footage, multiple shots were fired during the incident.
Nineteen-year-old Cameron Everett Brand has been charged in relation to the shooting that occurred at a house party in Mississippi, resulting in the deaths of two individuals. The cause of the shooting was not disclosed by the police.
According to reports, none of the victims were present at the Bay High prom, which took place on Saturday evening.
According to reports, the age range of the victims was between 15 and 18 years old. According to reports, four individuals were transported to the hospital via medical helicopter.
The party venue is located within a mile’s distance from the Hollywood Casino.
Nineteen-year-old Cameron Everett Brand has been arrested by the police as the sole shooter at the party, according to authorities.
The defendant faces six charges of aggravated assault and is currently detained at the Mississippi State Penitentiary on a bail amount of $3 million.
According to reports, Brand was taken into custody at his residence without any trouble. No motive was reported and the police declined to comment.