Nathan Blake McCrory is in court Feb. 13, 2017, asking the judge for a reduction on his $100,000 bond.
Nathan Blake McCrory is in court Feb. 13, 2017, asking the judge for a reduction on his $100,000 bond. Tim Isbell ttisbell@sunherald.com
Nathan Blake McCrory is in court Feb. 13, 2017, asking the judge for a reduction on his $100,000 bond. Tim Isbell ttisbell@sunherald.com

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  • Neighbor: ‘I wish we could have helped’ prevent shooting in her neighborhood

    Stephanie Morris of the Cypress Pointe neighborhood off of Canal Road in Harrison County wonders if there should be more involvement among the families in her neighborhood to provide support for each other. “there was a problem, and I wish we could have helped,” she said.