Super Bowl party turns deadly


Terrifying moments were all captured on a cell phone during a deadly home invasion. You can't see what happened, but you can certainly hear the chaos. A group of men bursts into a home during a Super Bowl Party, robbing people and opening fire. One person was killed and two others injured.

It happened right across the Mississippi state line in Moss Point. The crime scene was at a home right across the street from Moss Point High School.

You can actually hear a child in the audio begging the gunmen not to shoot him. The FBI is hoping the audio can help solve the case because you can clearly hear at least one of the killers.

Keshia Mitchell was there that night. In fact, she answered the door when the knock came around 10 that evening. She says shortly after, shots rang out. Probably the most devastating and scary moments of her life, Mitchell thought it was all over for her at one point.

"They was like, I don't give a... about not kids, I don't give a... about no kids. Next thing you know we hear, boom, boom, boom, boom and a bunch of screaming," she said. "When I fell it was hard for me to get up and I was scared that they was gonna come in there and shoot me just because I was there."

The FBI is working with Moss Point Police on this case. They say 50-year-old Fabian Dailey was shot and killed that night. 2 others were injured. One was released from the hospital and the other had to undergo surgery. Detectives say the Facebook video that's circulating could be a key piece of their investigation.

"If anybody knows anything about some of the people that may have been involved in this crime. We're looking to see if we could try to bring some justice to Mr. Dailey and his family," said PAO Brett Carr. "We know that its out there and a lot of people have seen it and so we're hoping that someone would recognize something from the video."

If you know anything, FBI officials are asking you to call your local FBI office.

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Toi Thornton is a Reporter. His Bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism comes from Dillard University in 2014 and his Master's degree in New Media Journalism from Full Sail University in 2016. He previously worked as the Fox anchor in Lafayette, LA.

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