Co-owner of prominent Jackson restaurant charged with murder
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — The co-owner of a prominent restaurant in Mississippi’s capital has been arrested and charged with murder, police said.
Greta Brown-Bully is accused of shooting Larry Lee Friday night, Jackson police spokesman Sam Brown told television station WJTV. Lee was shot several times and died at the scene on Medgar Evers Boulevard, Brown said.
Brown-Bully and her husband, Tyrone Bully, own Bully’s Restaurant. The restaurant won a James Beard America’s Classic award in 2016.
Brown-Bully is charged with murder but was released on $100,000 bond, according to the Hinds County Sheriff’s Office. It wasn’t immediately clear Saturday whether she had a lawyer who could comment on the charge.