Nicholaus Craig Death and Obituary, 36-year-old killed in Wednesday Fatal Scarlet Pearl parking lot Shooting, police searching for suspect’s vehicle – Explained!

The man shot and killed in the Scarlet Pearl parking lot early Wednesday morning has now been recognized, and police are actively searching for the suspect’s vehicle.

D’Iberville Police are alerting the general public to be looking out for the suspect vehicle, probably a darkish blue Nissan Altima, two-door, older mannequin. The automotive is lacking a rear bumper and has a switched Alabama tag (2CW6059). If you have got seen this vehicle, report it instantly to legislation enforcement. The quantity for D’Iberville Police is 228-396-4252.

D’Iberville Police responded to the parking lot after a capturing round 2 a.m. There, they discovered 36-year-old Nicholaus Craig lifeless in his automotive, in line with Harrison County Coroner Brian Switzer.

The coroner tells us Craig lives in California however is initially from Mobile. Switzer realized Craig was heading residence this week to see his mother and rejoice his birthday, which was simply yesterday- September 20. Before reaching Mobile, Craig and his girlfriend rented a room at Scarlet Pearl, in line with Craig’s mom. This is the place he spent his thirty sixth birthday.

Craig and his girlfriend ate dinner on the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tuesday night time earlier than heading again to the Scarlet Pearl. According to Craig’s girlfriend, the parking lot was full once they acquired again, so that they needed to park close to the again.

She says in a while in the night time, round 2 a.m., Craig was having hassle sleeping attributable to his latest again surgical procedure and determined to go all the way down to his automotive. She says he was contemplating going for a experience. While sitting in his automotive, somebody shot and killed him.

He died from a single gunshot wound. The post-mortem will happen Thursday.

If you have got every other details about this incident, please report it to D’Iberville Police at 228-396-4252.

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