On Thursday evening, an apparent domestic dispute left one man dead on Primos Avenue. According to WJTV News Channel 12, the incident happened sometime after 8:00 p.m. in the 800 block of Primos Avenue. Although very few details have been released, we know that 29-year-old Mario Tarrio was shot and killed inside of a house. At this time, his cousin, Melvin Tarrio, is being treated as a suspect. There’s no word on whether or not any charges have been filed or what the motive could have been.
Incident Still Under Investigation with Authorities
According to the Jackson Police Department (JPD), the investigation is ongoing. Since we don’t know the circumstances of what happened inside of the house, there’s no telling if and when charges will be filed. At this time, it’s also unclear what the struggle was about or which of the two men originally produced the gun.
Homicide Charges in Mississippi
The State of Mississippi takes murder and homicide incredibly serious. If convicted, you could be facing harsh sentences including up to life in prison with or without parole or even the death penalty. In addition to lengthy prison sentences, you could also be facing hefty fines. The best possible outcome of your case starts with contacting a proven criminal defense lawyer to advise and represent you during the lengthy and complicated legal process.
When to Call a Defense Lawyer
If you have been arrested and charged with murder, you need to call an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. No matter what the circumstances of your individual case were, proven and skilled representation is an absolute necessity. In Mississippi, people who are accused of murder could be facing up to life in prison or even the death penalty. Whether you’ve been charged or you’ve just been named as a suspect, getting in touch with a lawyer needs to be your first priority. The team at Coxwell & Associates, PLLC send their deepest condolences to the family members and friends of Mario Tarrio.
Disclaimer: This blog is intended as general information purposes only, and is not a substitute for legal advice. Anyone with a legal problem should consult a lawyer immediately.