Selma Murder Case Moves Forward

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By George McDonald

From the CBS 8 West Alabama Newsroom-- The case against Selma murder suspect Darrie Dees will go to a Dallas County grand jury.

District Attorney Michael Jackson says a judge found there was probable cause for the case against Dees to proceed.

Jackson says Dees shot and killed a man about two months ago-- after an argument.

"We're going to keep getting these gunslingers off the street. We're going to make sure that people understand that Selma and Dallas is not the wild, wild west around here. We're just not going to tolerate this," said Jackson.

Jackson said Dees' five million dollar bond will remain unchanged.



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