Two teens killed, four injured during early morning shooting at Mississippi house party

Four victims “were transported via ambulance and Life Flight to trauma center hospitals in New Orleans and Slidell, LA.”


Two Mississippi teens were killed during a shooting at a house party Sunday morning, which left four others wounded. In a press release by the Bay St. Louis Police Department, the victims were 18 and 16 years old. 

The statement says that the department responded to a shooting around 12:34 am at a house party in the town just 30 miles west of Biloxi. When  Police arrived they found multiple victims, between the ages of 15 and 18 years old, suffering from gunshot wounds.

Law enforcement arrested 19-year-old Cameron Brand at his home in nearby Pass Christian, Mississippi. Police believe him to be the sole shooter in the attack. 

Two of the six victims were transported to the hospital in private vehicles and four “were transported via ambulance and Life Flight to trauma center hospitals in New Orleans and Slidell, LA.” The report listed three victims in serious condition, one in critical condition, and two who succumbed to their injuries while being treated at the University Medical Center in New Orleans, LA. 

Brand was initially charged with six counts of aggravated assault, with a bond set at $3,000,000. Upon the death of the two teens, the charges were upgraded to homicide and the bond was revoked. 

Police have not released the victims' names as they continue searching for a motive. 

This comes on the heels of a shooting at a 16-year olds birthday party in Dadeville Alabama on April 15th. That attack left four dead and 28 injured. Six people have been arrested in connection to that shooting. 

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in 2021 Mississippi had more homicides than any other state with a rate of 23.7 per 100,000 people. Followed by Louisiana at 21.3 and Alabama at 15.9 deaths per 100,000.


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