Vicksburg murder suspect surrenders to Louisiana authorities - - Jackson, MS

Vicksburg murder suspect surrenders to Louisiana authorities

Harold & Crystal Owens Lindsey.....Source: Vicksburg PD Harold & Crystal Owens Lindsey.....Source: Vicksburg PD
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VICKSBURG, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

A Vicksburg murder suspect, considered armed and dangerous, is in custody in Louisiana. Crystal Lindsey turned herself in at the Baton Rouge Police Department round 12:30 Wednesday afternoon.

Earlier in the day, a U.S. Marshall Fugitive Task Force had searched a relative's home in the Baton Rouge area, but did not locate her.

Crystal Lindsey is being held in a correctional facility awaiting an extradition hearing before her return to Mississippi.

Her husband, Harold Lindsey was arraigned in Vicksburg Municipal Court and bond was set at $100,000. Lindsey turned himself in Tuesday.

Crystal and Harold Lindsey are facing murder charges in the death of Roy Calvin Brown.

Forty-six year old Brown was shot multiple times and left for dead in front of a Vicksburg home just after six Tuesday morning. 

Lynda Jackson, his aunt, called it a senseless killing.

"He has been here with us for about a year now," added Jackson. "He had some other little problems he had been going through. A couple of years before he had been in and out of incarceration. But, I feel like it shouldn't be real. Because no matter what goes on in your life you are human."

Visibly torn by the violent killing, the victim's first cousins said they remember Brown as a loving man.

"It's kind of rough on me because we are a close knit family and we are more than cousins, we are like brothers," said Cedric Jackson. 

"He was like a big brother to me. He loved his family and he was just one kind hearted man," added DeMarcus Jackson.

Lindsey turned himself into police for the killing. He is charged with murder. Now, police are on the hunt for his wife, 32 year old Crystal Lindsey. Once found, the woman will also be charged with murder. 

"The only way we can go now is we just have to stay prayed up, stay together and just pray, added Cedric. "We know God doesn't make any mistakes. We know at the end of it all he's in a better place."

"It's very important to my family that someone is arrested," added Lynda Jackson.

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