Third Suspect Arrested In MSU Murder

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(Starkville, MS) The third person being sought by investigators in the Mississippi State University murder has turned himself in.

Trent Deundra Crump, 21, of Flowood, MS was wanted on a warrant for capital murder.

U. S. Marshal’s confirmed Crump turned himself in at the Alachua County, FL Sheriff’s Department earlier today.

An Oktibbeha County judge issued a warrant for Crump’s arrest on capital murder in connection with the shooting death of 21-year-old John Sanderson.

Sanderson, was shot to death inside Evans Hall on the MSU campus Saturday night.

Crump was believed to be traveling in a light blue 1996 Mercury Grand Marquis with Rankin County, MS tags and is considered armed and dangerous.

Marion Perry Jones and Duntae Harvey have both been charged with capital murder.