De’Arreis “DD” Smith and Haeleigh Stamper Wiki – De’Arreis “DD” Smith and Haeleigh Stamper Biography

A 19-year-old is being held without bail after he allegedly shot six people, killing two, at a house party on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. De’Arreis “DD” Smith and Haeleigh Stamper were shot and dead.

The shooting on Sunday at 12:34 a.m. at an after-prom party he claimed the lives of two teenagers, one 16 and one 18, police in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi said in a statement. The local Sun-Herald newspaper identified them as De’Arreis “DD” Smith, 18, and Haeleigh Stamper, 16, both students at Hancock High School.

Witnesses and victims identified Cameron Everest Brand of Pass Christian, Mississippi, as the lone shooter, police said. He was initially charged with six counts of aggravated assault, and two counts of murder were later added after the two victims died at a New Orleans hospital, Bay St. Louis Police Chief Toby Schwartz said.


Arreis Smith and Haeleigh Stamper Age

Thea ge of De’Arreis  Smith and Haeleigh Stamper is 18 and 16 years respectively.

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De’Arreis “DD” Smith and Haeleigh Stamper cause of death

Bail was initially set at $3 million, but was removed entirely after the deaths. Police had not officially released the names of the victims as of Sunday night. The shooting at a house on a sparsely populated country road less than a mile from Bay High School, where the dance had been held. Trails of blood spattered the pavement outside the house and bullet holes riddled the cars in front.

The two teens killed were students at Hancock High School in nearby Kiln, according to district officials. Two more students from that school were among those injured and two others attended Bay High. The latter two were expected to recover, said Sandra Reed, superintendent of the Bay St. Louis-Waveland School District.


The Hancock County district said it would provide counseling, and Bay High Principal Amy Necaise said faculty and staff would be available to counsel students on Sunday.

“Our hearts are broken as we mourn the tragic loss of two Hancock High School students who were victims of the shooting in Bay St. Louis last night,” the Hancock County School District said in a statement. “Let’s come together as a community to show our support and love during this difficult time.”Read More……..

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