REPORT: One killed in shooting at rural Mississippi church, police say

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BY TEAM DML / AUGUST 11, 2019 /

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Authorities say a man was killed during a shooting at a small northeast Mississippi church.

The Daily Journal reports that Ripley Police Chief Scott White said the shooting occurred Sunday at West Ripley Church of Christ. White says a constable for Tippah County, Keith Bullock, and another church member were involved in the shooting.

The article goes on to state the following:

The newspaper reports that 57-year-old Patrick Sanders of Dumas was pronounced dead at the scene.

Additional details about what happened were not immediately available.

White says the shooting occurred shortly before 11:30 a.m. Sunday.

The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation is conducting an investigation.

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  1. James Bagwell August 11th, 2019 at 7:19 pm

    For those that are interested Dumas is a hole in the road with only a small general store in it still today. My father was the principal and mother a teacher of the little school there in the early 1950’s. My parents always said it was one of the most enjoyable communities they ever lived and worked in. It was very much a school basketball community as the running joke was, “they couldn’t have school today because the basketball was flat.” They held community movie nights at the school back then to raise money to buy playground equipment for the school. No one back then had a TV in that area and some still had no electricity. The road is paved that goes through it today and the school has been torn down and replaced with a fire station. The stainless steal slide that my parents helped raise funds for is still outside the fire station, it’s bottom still shines. Underneath it is inscribed a tribute to my parents. In the middle of the 1990’s I drove my father there to see the old school site, he was in his 80’s at the time. We stopped at the little general store and he saw a couple of his old students there. It was a good day and a nice memory I treasure.
    I just thought I would add a little human interest to this story since I knew the area and the people. They are mostly nice folks but some can be a little peculiar, backwards and redneck for these modern times we live in. I now reside outside of Austin TX.

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