A Wichita County Grand Jury has indicted the alleged gunman involved in an October double homicide on North 3rd Street.
22-year-old Jermar Fuller is jailed on a $4 million dollar bond for capital murder in connection to the shooting deaths of 22-year-old David Phillips and 39-year-old Sammy Rankin.
Wichita Falls detectives say when they interviewed Fuller he denied knowing the victims. However, they say a text was found on Fuller's phone from his father saying he'd got word the two men were dead. Detectives also interviewed the owner of the car Fuller drove, she said she loaned it to Fuller for his marijuana transporting from Colorado.
Dallam County jail staff said after Wichita Falls detectives interviewed Fuller, they recorded a call from him to someone in Wichita Falls telling him to contact the owner of the car and tell her quote, "Everything must go."
They also said she knew details from the crime scene only police knew and later admitted Fuller told her he'd gone to the home to rob Rankin and had been surprised to find another man there.
She says he told her he killed both because he couldn't leave any witnesses.
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