District Attorney Tony Lawrence has called a 1 p.m. press conference today.
The press conference is believed to be related to the Billey Joe Johnson investigation.
The Sun Herald has filed a public records request for the 911 logs and another incident report from the day of Johnson's death.
The press conference may involve an incident report from the Lucedale Police Department, which apparently received a report of Johnson and two others knocking on the door of a Lucedale home of an acquaintance shortly before the traffic stop leading up to Johnson's death.
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The NAACP had heard allegations of shots fired at the Lucedale home and the possibility of Johnson's presence there. "That information along with other interviews contributed to the NAACP concluding that Billey Joe Johnson Jr. did not commit suicide," said Curley Clark, an officer with the state chapter of the NAACP.
"It is inconceivable. Very inconceivable," said Clark. "We are trying to make sure that no stone is left unturned."
Sunherald.com will update this story as it develops. Please check back for more information.