Columbus man has been indicted for first degree murder
COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI) – It’s been almost 10 months since an argument turned deadly on 22nd Street North in Columbus.
Now, a Columbus man has been indicted for first degree murder.
Investigators say a shouting match between a man and the father of his stepdaughter’s unborn child escalated.
That’s when they say 47-year-old Terry Macon shot and killed 28-year-old Deadrian Buckhalter.
At the time of the shooting, Columbus Police Chief Fred Shelton told WCBI News that the victim and Macon’s wife had a disagreement on Facebook.
That may have led to the in person blow up.
Macon turned himself in to police in October, not long after the shooting.
A trial date has not been set.