26-year-old Shervondria Mack got stabbed to death after an early morning stabbing near Freelons nightclub after a JSU homecoming party early Sunday morning.
Jackson police now believe the stabbing of Shervondria Mack was done in self defense.
It was found out that Mack was armed with a gun in the altercation. Chief Vance says police talked to two other witnesses in the car at the time of the killing.
According toJackson police, Mack was stabbed in the neck inside a vehicle following a fight with an unidentified woman, shortly after 4:00 a.m. The two were in traffic on Mill Street, near Oakley Street, leaving a JSU homecoming after-party at Freelons when Mack was stabbed. Though words on the street says it was a friend of hers called Jacqueline Kennedy.
Shervondria Mack was later taken to a hospital close by, where she was pronounced dead from injuries she got, officials said.
Mack is survived by her family, cousin, and fiance. She was a graduate of Jackson State University.
Some comments on facebook:
May her soul rest in perfect peace. Could this have been in self-defense? We look forward to justice for Shervondria Mack.