GULFPORT -- The second suspect in a murder at Club Illusions 2 turned himself in to police Sunday.
Demon Leslie-Cerbin Williams, 19, turned himself in to the Harrison County Sheriff's Department on Sunday and was turned over to Gulfport Police. Adrian Orlandes Walker, 21, surrendered Feb. 19 after learning of a warrant for his arrest, Deputy Police Chief Chris Loposser said.
Both men have been charged in the Feb. 9 murder of Jeremiah Harper, 25, outside the Gulfport club.
Police have said the three men were involved in an argument inside the club on 34th Avenue and were asked to leave. Harper was shot in the chest in the parking lot.
Police identified Walker and Williams as suspects after the shooting and asked for help to find them, saying they should be considered armed and dangerous.
"Mr. Walker turned himself in as a result of concerned family members consulting with his attorney, the District Attorney's Office and the Gulfport Police Department, to ensure that his arrest went well," Loposser said.
Justice Court Judge Melvin Ray had set bond at $2 million.
Walker had recently been released from jail after a two-month stay on felony drug charges, according to the jail docket.
Williams also had recently been released from jail after a six-week stay on felony charges involving drugs, a stolen firearm and an assault.Both men were taken to the Harrison County jail and are being held in lieu of a $2 million bond set by Justice Judge Melvin Ray.
Police said the investigation is ongoing.
To provide information, call police at 868-5959 or Crime Stoppers at 1-877-787-5898.
Crime reporter Robin Fitzgerald contributed to this report.