UPDATE: According to the Hattiesburg Police Department,a fight between several women outside of Club Memories preceded the shooting death of Jabarri Goudy. It was recorded by someone present by a cellphone and later reviewed by HPD. It hasn’t been determined if the fight is related to the shooting incident.
On Wednesday, July 8, HPD began searching for several people in the video to bring forward information that might help in the investigation. According to Lt. Jon Traxler, by Thursday morning, the people shown in the video voluntarily came to the police department.
Lt. Traxler said “everyone involved in the fight has been identified and interviewed. They appreciate the public’s help.”
This is an ongoing investigation.
HATTIESBURG, MS – The four suspects arrested in connection to the death of 17-year-old Jabarri Goudy appeared in court today and received bond.
Arthur Jones, 23, of Gulfport, is charged with murder. He had one prior conviction of disturbing the peace and has no ties to Hattiesburg/Forrest County. His bond was set at $500,000.
Keith Lee,33, of Gulfport, is charged with accessory after the fact of murder. He has prior felony convictions of Possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and armed robbery. He has no ties to Hattiesburg/Forrest County. His bond was set at $250,000 because of his prior convictions. MDOC placed a hold on him so bond isn’t allowed.
Montrelle Lee,34, of Gulfport, is charged with hindering prosecution. Reportedly, he hasn’t worked since he got out of prison last year. He has two prior felony convictions for Simple robbery and Possession with intent to distribute. He was currently on probation for the latter charge. He has no ties to Hattiesburg/Forrest County. His bond was set at $100,000 because of prior felony conviction. MDOC placed a hold on him so bond isn’t allowed
Nijah Gray-Lane, 21, is charged with hindering prosecution. She is originally from Birmingham, AL, but lived in Gulfport for the last 4 years. She is a full-time student at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, Jefferson Davis Campus. Reportedly, she visits Camp Shelby often as a member of the National Guard. She had one misdemeanor conviction in February 2015. Her bond was set at $50,000.