Montgomery Man Faces New Charges in Shooting

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By Alabama News Network

A Montgomery man arrested in a murder case last week is now facing new charges in a shooting that happened last year.

Montgomery Police say Khari Jackson is facing a murder charge in the shooting death of Joshua McKethern, who was killed in December.

That shooting occurred at the McDonalds on Eastern Boulevard.  Jackson was also charged with attempted murder in the case.

Just days ago, Jackson was arrested and charged with murder in the death of John Tolliver, who was killed last Thursday.

Police say the shootings are linked, and that Tolliver's killing was in retaliation for the December shooting.

 

 

 

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George said on Wednesday, Mar 27 at 8:26 PM

The reason for all of these crimes is the sin nature of mankind and only repentance toward God and faith toward our Lord Jesus Christ can change a persons life not to live that way. He was God manifest in the flesh, who came to die for all of our sins on the cross, he was buried, and rose from the dead the third day, was seen of men, and went back up to heaven. And this is found in the word of God the Holy Bible, King james Version. And read John and Ronans in it for more information. Sincerely ;

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