Partial grand jury finds no wrongdoing in the shooting of Joshua Jones by Gulfport Police

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Published on May 16, 2019 -

Partial grand jury finds no wrongdoing in the shooting of Joshua Jones by Gulfport Police

A grand jury has found no criminal conduct in the shooting of 26-year-old Joshua Jones by an officer of the Gulfport Police Department.

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Partial grand jury finds no wrongdoing in the shooting of Joshua Jones by Gulfport Police

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- - a grand jury has found no - criminal conduct in the shootin- of 26-year-old joshua jones by- an officer of the gulfport- police- department.

- the incident unfolded on- september 4th, 2018 when a car- that jones was riding in was- pulled over for questioning.- jones jumped out of the car and- fled on foot.

- he was later arrested and - charged with possession of a- weapon after a felony - conviction.

- police had been canvassing the- area following several reports- of drive-by shootings.- after full and deliberate - consideration of all the facts- and - circumstances, a grand jury - finds no criminal conduct on- behalf of the gulfport police - officer... and further finds- that his actions were

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