Mississippi shooting suspects arrested in Zumbrota
Three people, including two suspects in a Mississippi shooting, were arrested after a traffic stop in Zumbrota.
Zumbrota police said an officer stopped a vehicle on U.S. Highway 52 at about 5 a.m. on Monday. During the traffic stop, the officer learned the driver and three passengers had been traveling 20 hours straight from Mississippi to Brooklyn Park. The officer also discovered one of the men had a felony warrant from Mississippi.
The officer gained probable cause to search the vehicle and found marijuana and two handguns, according to police, and the men didn't have carry permits.
One man was released and the other three were booked in Goodhue County Jail.
Police said Terrian Trenell Black, of Brooklyn Park, formerly of Mississippi, was held on possession of a pistol without a permit to carry and possession of marijuana. Martrevious Daveyun Sanders, of Tunica, Mississippi, was held on firearms violations and a fugitive from justice warrant. Jernard Sentel Black, also of Tunica, was held on a Desota County Mississippi warrant.
On Tuesday, Tunica County authorities then notified Zumbrota police that Jernard Black and Sanders were wanted suspects in a shooting that had occurred Sunday. Warrants for the men were issued, and they're both being held on those warrants, police said.