BAY ST. LOUIS -- An 18-year-old, one of several people sought in a weekend shooting at a home on Old Spanish Trail, had recently been released from jail on a drive-by shooting charge filed in Waveland, records show.
Bay St. Louis police arrested Jordan Wayne Goff, of Bay St. Louis, Monday night on two counts of aggravated assault from a shooting reported about 2 p.m. Saturday.
Wednesday morning, Police Chief Mike DeNardo said, IJerrius Nixon, 18, also was taken into custody on an assault charge in the Saturday shooting. DeNardo said others are sought.
DeNardo said no one was injured in the shooting at a home across the street from the Hancock County Boys & Girls Club.
Nixon's bond was set at $50,000.
Goff is held on bonds that total $100,000. It's unclear if a request has been made to revoke his $15,000 bond from the recent drive-by shooting charge.
He had been arrested Feb. 10 on an outstanding warrant in a roundup, which Waveland Police Chief Dave Allen said was an effort to get "a core group" of people off the streets to deter violent crime in the city. Goff was released on bond later that day.
Goff and another man, who is being held with no bond, were involved in a drive-by shooting in December at the home of Leif "Sipp" Dasco at Margie Street and Old Spanish Trail, Allen said.
Dasco is at large, wanted on an arrest warrant after shots were fired outside a barber school in Waveland on Jan. 21. The school's owner had tried to break up a fight in the parking lot when shots were fired and she was shot in the leg and arm. Several vehicles also were hit by bullets.
Goff also is an associate of a man accused in a kidnapping and two armed robberies, Allen said.