Denasia McGregory Obituary, Death – The coroner has made public the identify of the male adolescent who was discovered to have passed dead in Tupelo, Mississippi, on Tuesday morning. The deceased was confirmed to have been found in an undetermined location. Denasia McGregory was identified as the person who passed away by Carolyn Green, who served as the coroner for Lee County. McGregory was a resident of Houston. McGregory was in his 16th year at the time.
After that, they learned that the victim had already passed away before they arrived at the scene. One of the people of interest to the investigation has been detained by the law enforcement officials. WTVA was able, after the occurrence, to confirm that 19-year-old Labrandon Tumblin had been brought into jail. This information was made available to them by the police.
According to the information that was supplied by the Tupelo Police Department, at around 3:30 p.m., an officer from the Tupelo Police Department did a welfare check in the 100 block of Stone Street. This is according to the information that was provided by the department. West Main Street retail mall is the name of the retail mall that may be found in the immediate vicinity of the property that is the subject of this inquiry.
The suspect was transported to the Lee County jail just a few minutes before 9 o’clock in the morning by the Tupelo Police Department. At that time, the defendant was being held on a charge of kidnapping, which is a serious felony. WTVA is making every effort they can to get their hands on a mugshot of the suspect. It was revealed to WTVA Chief Videographer Alvin Ivy by members of the victim’s family that the victim and Tumblin had been seeing each other in a romantic relationship. Alvin Ivy, Chief Videographer for WTVA, briefed Ivy on the facts and gave it to Ivy. Due to the fact that this is a developing story, this post will be updated if new information is acquired and made available to the general public.