Rankin County shooting victim recovering - WLBT.com - Jackson, MS

Rankin County shooting victim recovering

Kaia Marioneaux was killed in a shooting on Wednesday, February 28. Source: Family Kaia Marioneaux was killed in a shooting on Wednesday, February 28. Source: Family
Nye'Cole Marioneaux was killed in a shooting at a Rankin County home on Feb. 28. Source: Family Nye'Cole Marioneaux was killed in a shooting at a Rankin County home on Feb. 28. Source: Family
Kieran Marioneaux is suffering non-life threatening injuries after the shooting. Source: Family Kieran Marioneaux is suffering non-life threatening injuries after the shooting. Source: Family
Suspect Da'Quie Harris was denied bond during his initial court appearance. Source: WLBT Suspect Da'Quie Harris was denied bond during his initial court appearance. Source: WLBT
RANKIN COUNTY, MS (WLBT) -

A 17-year-old shooting victim is recovering from his injuries. His brother and sister were killed.    

A prayer vigil will be held Saturday evening for the two teenage shooting victims in Rankin County.

Seventeen-year-old Kaia and 18-year-old Nye'cole Marioneaux were shot to death Wednesday night at their Rankin County home on Ebenezer Road. 

READ MORE: Two siblings killed, one injured in Rankin County shooting

The vigil will take place at New Hope Baptist Church on Highway 469 in Pearl at 5:30 Saturday evening.

Their brother Kieran, who was also shot, was being treated at a Jackson hospital. Rankin County officers say his injuries were not life-threatening.

Twenty-three-year-old Fareno Harris, who is the cousin of the victims,  is charged with two counts of murder and one count of aggravated assault.

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He has been denied bond and remains in the Rankin County jail.

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