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Suspect in Tobacco Store Shooting in Court

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WOWO): The man accused of killing a Fort Wayne store owner in a robbery gone bad in April makes a court appearance this morning.

22-year-old Jamel Coleman of Fort Wayne, is being held on charges of murder, felony murder and armed robbery causing death.

According to court documents, Coleman bound 44-year-old Antonio Lopez Nino in duct tape and shot him at the Smoke House on South Lafayette.

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