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    Chief ADA Al Whitaker presented surveillance video of the March 2016 shooting death of Anthony Meredith at Peachtree Mall during eye witness testimony in Superior Court Wednesday. Tekoa Cantrell Young, 24, Xzavaien Trevon Jones, 19, and Terell McFarland, 26, face multiple charges, including malice and felony murder, in the shooting.

Chief ADA Al Whitaker presented surveillance video of the March 2016 shooting death of Anthony Meredith at Peachtree Mall during eye witness testimony in Superior Court Wednesday. Tekoa Cantrell Young, 24, Xzavaien Trevon Jones, 19, and Terell McFarland, 26, face multiple charges, including malice and felony murder, in the shooting. Robin Trimarchi The Ledger-Enquirer
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