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Selma murder suspect captured; was out of jail on bond from 2011 homicide case

Deandre Keon Fuller (Source: Selma Police Dept.) Deandre Keon Fuller (Source: Selma Police Dept.)
SELMA, AL (WSFA) -

The Selma Police Department is confirming the arrest of a suspect in connection with the Saturday homicide of a man on King Street. Over the course of the investigation authorities identified DeAndre Keon Fuller as the murder suspect.

Fuller was out of jail on bond for an October 2011 homicide when he allegedly killed another person over the weekend.  

Tuesday evening just before 6:30, Miller was arrested in the 700 block of Selma Avenue by Selma Detectives and members of the Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force. Authorities say they took the man into custody without incident.

The investigation started on June 1 just after noon when police were called to the 300 block of King Street in reference to a shooting. Once on the scene, officers found the body of a black male lying on the floor of a home. The victim, identified as 24-year-old Antonio Boykin, had been shot and was pronounced dead on the scene.

Fuller was also identified as being the suspect involved in a vicious attack on another victim that took place on Thursday, May 30 around 4:45 p.m., according to police. That incident occurred in the 1300 block of Washington Street.

During that incident Fuller is said to have viciously pistol whipped a victim about the face and head causing the victim to be hospitalized. Authorities say Fuller will be charged with this incident as well.

Fuller now sits in jail without bond facing Capital Murder, Assault 2nd Degree and Criminal Trespass.

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