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Man indicted for first-degree murder of 64-year-old Jackson man

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A Jackson man was indicted on a murder charge Monday in the fatal shooting of a 64-year-old man, according to a Tuesday afternoon news release from the Jackson Police Department.

Police said 38-year-old Ytockie (pronounced “Wy - Ta - Kee”) Fuller was indicted on a charge of first-degree murder by the Madison County grand jury Monday in the March shooting death of 64-year-old Algernon "A.J." Lloyd, Jr., of Jackson.

According to Tennessee Code Annotated 39-13-202 (a) (1), “first degree murder is a premeditated and intentional killing of another.” A person convicted of the offense could be sentenced to death, life in prison without the possibility of parole or life imprisonment.

The release said Fuller remained in custody at the Madison County Jail Monday, with no bond. He is scheduled to be arraigned on Aug. 4 in Madison County Circuit Court.

The release said Jackson police were called around 7:30 p.m., on March 11, about a car that had struck the porch at a house on the 200 block of E. Forest Ave. Officers discovered that Lloyd, who had suffered a gunshot wound, was the driver and only occupant. He was taken by ambulance to Jackson-Madison County General Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

Investigators learned that Lloyd was sitting in his car at a female friend's house on the 500 block of Greenwood Avenue. Fuller, the woman's ex-boyfriend, drove up and approached Lloyd. Fuller, armed with a gun, confronted Lloyd and shot him as Lloyd attempted to leave.

The release said Lloyd then drove away, approximately a half-mile, before crashing on E. Forest Ave.

Two days later, Fuller surrendered to Jackson police on March 13.

Police said Fuller has a history of violence.

Fuller shot a man in Jackson during a robbery in 1995. He was convicted of especially aggravated robbery and sentenced to prison. He completed his prison sentence and was released in 2012.