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Man charged in western Tennessee shooting plans to hire own attorney, remains in jail


JACKSON, Tennessee — A man charged with fatally shooting a visitor to his ex-girlfriend's home has told a judge he plans to hire his own attorney.

The Jackson Sun reported ( ) that 37-year-old Ytockie Fuller of Jackson is scheduled for a preliminary hearing on March 27 and remains in custody without bond.

Police say Fuller shot and killed 64-year-old Aljernon Lloyd Jr. on March 11.

Investigators determined that Lloyd was sitting in his car at a female friend's house when Fuller approached with a gun.

Police believe Fuller confronted Lloyd and shot him as he was trying to leave.

Information from: The Jackson Sun,

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