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Murder Pre-Trial

A man arrested in connection to Wichita Falls first murder of the year is dues in the 78th District Court on Friday.

Jonathan Chaise Booker's pre-trial conference is scheduled to begin at 9:00a.m. for aggravated robbery and capital murder charges.

Wichita Falls police arrested and charged the 18-year-old as well as 18-year-old Davontay Tyrone Johnson and 19-year-old Brandon Kenneth Mabonda for the January murder of David May in his Wood's St. home.

Police said a gang unit stopped Johnson on January 31st and found the weapon used in the murder in his car and matched it to the bullet.

Booker is currently behind bars on a $3 million.

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