MOSS POINT, Miss. (WLOX) – Michael Doss Jr. and Tykis Ladel Watts, the last two of five suspects arrested following a shooting at a Super Bowl party in 2018, have each pleaded guilty to three counts of accessory after the fact.
The two men, along with Robert Jackson, Darien Donde Cooks and Sirmarion Davis, were originally charged with one count of murder and two counts of aggravated assault. The group was accused of breaking into a Moss Point home where a Super Bowl party was taking place and robbing people. 50-year-old Fabian Dwight Dailey was shot dead and two others were injured.
Jackson, Cooks and Davis also had their charges downgraded to accessory after the fact in August. All five were sentenced to 20 years in the Mississippi Department of Corrections.
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