Clydarius Wilson Death, Obituary – It has been determined who among those injured in the shooting that took place in Hattiesburg early on Thursday morning passed away as a direct result of the injuries they received as a result of the shooting that took place there. Clydarius Wilson was identified as the person who passed away, in accordance with the statements that were provided by Lisa Klem, a deputy coroner for Forrest County. This information was gleaned from the comments that were provided earlier.
Wilson was a native of Kosciusko, Mississippi, and he lived for only 22 years until he went away. He was still a young man when he was still living. He called the state of Mississippi his home at the time of his dying, and it was there that he was found. Notification has been sent to the individual who, at this juncture, is regarded as being the closest relative.
After receiving a report that requested their presence there to investigate the matter at approximately 3:30 in the morning, officers from the Hattiesburg Police Department were called to the 800 block of North 28th Avenue in order to conduct the investigation. They were able to find Wilson’s body in that area, and it was found that a head wound brought on by a gunshot was what ultimately led to his death. Another person was taken into custody right then and there on the spot where the crime that had just been committed had taken place. This took place at that same instant.
According to the Houston Police Department (HPD), as the investigation went on, it was determined that the incident that took place took place as a result of the deceased person’s attempt to conduct auto burglary. This was discovered as the inquiry advanced. As the investigation continued, this result was found to be consistent with the evidence. The more we looked into it, the more certain we became that this was the case.
This fact emerged as undeniable as the scope and depth of the investigation expanded.