Published on August 27th, 2021 | by Oxford Police Department0
Second Man Arrested in Connection with Murder at The Links Apartments in Oxford, Mississippi
The Oxford Police Department arrested Bronjase Robertson (25 of Oxford, Mississippi) on August 25, 2021 and charged him with accessory after the fact in the murder of John Adams. He was taken before a Justice Court Judge today and given a bond of $150,000.
The arrest of Robertson was made after the Oxford Police Department responded to The Links Apartments on August 21, 2021, at approximately 2:05 am, for a report of a male who had been shot. A suspect vehicle description was given out and was subsequently stopped by the Batesville Police Department and the Panola County Sheriff’s Department. Two person’s of interest were taken into custody and transported back to Oxford.
The victim was taken to Baptist Memorial Hospital – North Mississippi where they were able to stabilize him and get transported to the North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo. Around 6:00 am the victim was pronounced deceased from his injuries.
On, August 22, 2021, Keith Lamont Harmon Jr., 19 of Batesville, Mississippi was formally charged with First Degree Murder in the death of John Adams, 24 of Oxford. Harmon was taken in front of a Lafayette County Justice Court Judge today and his bond was set at $1,000,000.
“Over the past few weeks our local law enforcement officers have been meeting with other local, state and federal agencies to work to combat the growing violence in our areas. Oxford is a safe community and we are committed to keeping it that way. If you come to Oxford to harm and victimize our community rest assured that we will pour every resource and every ounce of our energy we have to finding you and prosecuting you to the fullest extent of the law,” said Oxford Police Chief Jeff McCutchen.
“This is a tragic event that cut a young promising life short and altered a family forever. John had just graduated in May from the University of Mississippi with a degree in mechanical engineering. To the Adam’s family, our hearts and prayers are with you all,” said Chief McCutchen.