A deadly Super Bowl party was caught on camera. Why won’t anyone talk to police?

Fabian Dailey
Fabian Dailey

A cellphone recorded sounds from part of a deadly home invasion at a Super Bowl party in Moss Point, according to the FBI.

The FBI is using that as evidence as it joins an investigation into the fatal shooting of Fabian Dailey and the wounding of two other people on Sunday night.

The video, likely recorded on Facebook Live, has been circulating on social media. The Sun Herald will not publish the video because it may have been produced by a minor.

The FBI Safe Streets Task Force confirmed the authenticity of the video in a news release on Thursday.

Police found Dailey, 50, dead in a home on Bellview Avenue while responding to several calls about 11:44 p.m. reporting some people had been shot in an armed robbery, according to Moss Point police.

The party was at a home in the 3500 block of Bellview.

Police have said at least five or six armed males went in the home and began robbing people, police said.

Someone in the house began to record a video that picked up sounds that appeared to come from another room.

David Wright, who spoke at a news conference Tuesday on violence in the city, said he has listened to the video and heard his friend Dailey pleading for his life.

Police have said no one is cooperating in the investigation.

The FBI doesn’t want to take no for an answer.

To give a tip, call the FBI office in Pascagoula at 228-769-7920 or give a tip on the FBI’s website at

Also assisting in the investigation are the Pascagoula Police Department and the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department.

Friends of Dailey planned to hold a candlelight vigil Thursday night on the street where he was killed.

Robin Fitzgerald: 228-896-2307, @robincrimenews