Three people are dead and another hospitalized after an overnight killed spree in Montgomery County.
40-year-old Odell Hallmon, of McCarley, turned himself in to the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office at about 4 am.
Warren Strain, spokesman with the Department of Public Safety said the killings happened shortly after 2 am at three different crime scenes in Kilmichael.
The first occurred at a home on Pecan Drive. There authorities found 59-year-old Carolyn Ann Sanders and her 32-year-old daughter Marquita Hill shot to death.
At a second location on Old Legion Lake Road, they found 32-year-old Kenneth Cornelious Loggins shot to death.
At a third location they discovered another man suffering from gunshot wounds. He was airlifted to University of Mississippi Medical Center.
Sheriff Bubba Nix said that Hallmon has a 12-year-old child with Hill, one of the murder victims.
The sheriff said that the child was at home at the time of the murders but he managed to escape.
Hallmon is a felon on probation for a previous drug related conviction.
He is now charged with three counts of first degree murder, one count of aggravated assault and one count of felon in possession of a firearm.
As he was led into to court on Wednesday afternoon, in shackles, he responded to questions regarding his involvement in the crimes:
Wasting no time, Odell Hallmon gets arraigned; no bond on 3 counts of murder, 1 count ag assault, felon w/firearm pic.twitter.com/xgxSPDjIYT— Mike Evans (@crabblers) April 27, 2016
Wasting no time, Odell Hallmon gets arraigned; no bond on 3 counts of murder, 1 count ag assault, felon w/firearm pic.twitter.com/xgxSPDjIYT
He is set to go before a judge on Wednesday.
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