Perry Shooting--UPDATE

By: La'Tasha Givens Email
By: La'Tasha Givens Email

A Perry murder suspect is caught.

Issac Jackson was arrested Saturday Afternoon in Thomas county.

Federal marshals alerted local agencies that Jackson was in the area.

A combination of law enforcement agencies from south Georgia and Florida nabbed Jackson on Highway 84 and Highway 19.

The Florida fugitive task force assisted Thomas county investigators in bringing him in.
Jackson is being processed at the Thomas county jail.

Check back with and Eyewitness News at 11pm- Weekend Edition for more details on his arrest.
Updated 5/26 6:00 p.m.

Two shooting suspects accused of killing one man and wounding another are still on the run.

The two Perry men are considered to be armed and dangerous.

Those men are Rufus Lee, Jr. and Issac Jackson, III.

Only stopping in her beauty salon for a moment to pick up an item, Perry resident Lemetris McBride is afraid to open for business while police are trying to hunt down 30-year-old Issac Jackson, III and 24-year-old Rufus Lee, Jr.

They are accused of killing her close friend, 19-year-old Henry Hughes.

McBride said, "He just never did anything wrong to anybody. He might've done some things but it's never been to hurt or harm anybody. He's always been a happy go-lucky child. All in all it wasn't worth him losing his life for."

Hughes died Monday night inside of Daddy's Place on the corner of highways 19 and 98.

Police say Jackson and Lee walked into the barbershop after 5:00 and shot him.

Officers say another man was shot once and survived.

Perry resident Ronnie Thompson said, "It's not really a surprise but it's a shock at the moment for something like that to happen--two people at the same time. We're not like Miami. But, it's just stunning."

Police say the incident appears to be a robbery.

"Now it got me thinking if I can work all day to make money, then at the end of the day night somebody comes wanting to rob me, kill me, leave my four kids without a mother over a couple of dollars; it's not right. We're not safe in our own community." Said, McBride.

Police say Jackson and Lee are armed and dangerous, which is why the community is upset because both suspects are known to have violent criminal records.
Authorities are protecting his identity of the shooting survivor right now, but he was brought to a hospital in Tallahassee.

A shooting in Perry left one person dead and another injured. The shooting happened around five o'clock today on the corner of highway 19 and highway 98 in Taylor county inside Daddy's Place, barber shop.

Henry Hughes was shot and killed. Police are currently looking for Rufus Lee and Issac Jackson. The suspects are considered armed and dangerous.

We'll have more details as they become available.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement confirms that at least one person is dead and another is injured after a shooting at the corner of Highway 19 and Highway 98.

It happened around 5:00 Monday evening in Taylor County. Both Perry police and FDLE are on the scene.

That is all the information we have at this time, but we have a reporter on the way and we will continue to update this story as more details become available.

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  • by STOP THE HATE Location: Perry on Jun 18, 2009 at 02:36 PM
    I want to say to everyone that the racism need to stop. A young man has lost his life to a senseless act of violence. You should have more respect for the families involved. It can happen to anyboy regardless of race, sexuality, etc. To the people that are showing hate against blacks get over it God made everyone who they are and nothing can be done about. To the blacks that respond to the negative comments let it go and let god deal with it.The things that i read sadden my heart that people could be so cruel and harsh. To let everyone know that you are who you allow yourself to be. To every black reading this the world has not ended for you. Blacks have been sterotyped for years but never has it stopped me. I also want to say that not all blacks are uneducated. I am a college graduate in fact I am a nurse. Maybe one day those with harden hearts will change their mind about black people. You never know who God put forth in you life. Im praying for everyone to LOVE ONE AS GOD LOVE'S US!
  • by Anonymous on Jun 4, 2009 at 08:07 PM
  • by anon a moose Location: pery on Jun 1, 2009 at 04:48 PM
    they would be writin the tickets if they were not busy investigating shooting, murders, crack dealers, robberies, etc... they only have 2 or three officers wurking at a time. maybe they need some additional officers to help write those tickets......
  • by Anonymous on Jun 1, 2009 at 10:02 AM
    so why aren't they writing tickets to all the people who are outside the 98 and the infero with open containers if they are up there every night? they sure would be writing tickets to the white people hanging outside the other bars with their open containers.
  • by Paypa Chaser Location: Perry on May 30, 2009 at 07:55 PM
    To Anonymous @ 12:06 youre exactly right the police run up in there every weekend so the ones that don't be there need to keep there mouths close cause they are VERY WRONG
  • by Juicy Location: Perry on May 30, 2009 at 07:52 PM
    To this is not HIV if you read the comments below mine it will tell how they is giving us a bad and im trying to tell them the same thing that this situation doesn't have anything to do with this
  • by lawanda Location: Perry on May 30, 2009 at 06:50 PM
    This was a senseless act and the real thing is that someone lost their life if they were black or white drug dealer or business man in a shirt and tie,they still have family and friends who care about them and have to read these comments. WCTV needs to start weeding out these comments but everyone is entitled to their freedom of speech but we all need to think about the fact of how we would feel if that was your brother, son, nephew and so on. insteasd of downing the city of Perry the police department or the sheriff we should be all praying for change and for each other.
  • by Concerned Location: Georgia on May 30, 2009 at 10:18 AM
    It seems 2 me that yall have let this simple minded person gus get under yall skin and make this situation all about him when it's not. Who even cares what he thinks, he sounds like a child acting out for attention. So please stop wasting your time and thoughts on him and just focus on getting yall town back to the way it used to be before I left. My heart and prayers go out to the family of Boogie,and what goes around comes around!!!!
  • by Anonymous Location: perry on May 30, 2009 at 09:06 AM
    I don't understand where people are saying that the police in perry are scared. They are everywhere all the time. Everywhere I go I see police. Police in perry don't play. They will put you in jail. Its the judge and the state attorney that keep putting these people right back out on the streets. The police come up in the 98 all the timeand they come up in the Infernal Club every weekend. Whoever keeps saying the police is scared is crazy.
  • by this not about hiv Location: perry on May 30, 2009 at 06:56 AM
    this is to juicy,why is your put comment on here about hiv that dont have nothing to do with this,and people all around the world get aids and thats apart of life and why look down on aperson who get aids because got to live together in this world oh and one more thing hiv comes for laying around and men being with each other then laying around with women and women going with women ok ,u have a bless day
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