Man accused in triple shooting causing Amber Alert charged in additional murder

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The man accused of shooting and killing his girlfriend and her adult siblings, taking the son from the scene prompting an Amber alert — has now been charged in a separate murder case a month before — investigators report.

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Terrell Lewis, 37 who pleaded not guilty Friday on three counts of second-degree murder, returned to the court Saturday morning charged with a March murder of a 24-year-old woman.

Police report the woman was found the night of March 21 on Welland Road and shot twice in the face near Soutel Drive and U.S 1.

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Officers attempted to provide medical care until paramedics arrived, taking her to a nearby hospital where she later died.

At the time of the incident, police investigated the shooting as a possible case of road rage.

Lewis will be returning to court for his arrangement on June 27 on the new murder charge, while also currently being held without bond in a triple murder case.


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