Police identify victim and suspect in weekend shooting
PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) - Panama City officials have identified the person killed, and a person of interest has surrendered to police.
Investigators say the victim who lost his life was 49-year-old David Hughley. Witnesses say the man got into an argument with 26-year-old Jamane Briggs before shooting started.
Witnesses say Briggs was seen leaving the scene.
Briggs reportedly turned himself in to PCPD officials and is now in custody. He’s still identified as a person of interest, but is facing charges of a felon in possession of a firearm.
PCPD has said they cannot comment further during an ongoing investigation.
Police ask if anyone has information about the shooting, to call the department.
According PCPD, as of Monday morning, Keshia Tibbs is no longer considered a person of interest in this case.
The Panama City Police are asking for the public’s help in finding two persons of interest in connection to a murder investigation.
In a social media post, Panama City Police officials stated Saturday evening, officers responded to a call on North MacArther Avenue. They said there, a man was pronounced dead by first responders.
PCPD is searching for Lakeshia Nichole Sneads, a.k.a. “Keshia Tibbs”, and Patrick Jamane Briggs as persons of interest in this active investigation.
Anyone with information about the persons of interest or the incident is asked to call the Panama City Police Department at (850) 872-3100.
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