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Murder Suspect Surrenders To Police

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -  A man suspected in a murder from back in the fall has surrendered to Metro Police.  Aaron Eugene Hall, 19, turned himself in to officers at police headquarters Thursday night.  He was wanted on a grand jury indictment charging him with first-degree murder for the shooting death last August of Chijoke Ike.

Ike, 28, was found dead on August 14th in a field on 33rd Avenue North at Felicia Street.  The discovery came after his family reported him missing.  

The police investigation led to the identification of Hall as one of the suspects.  Hall is a West Tennessee resident who attends college in Jackson.  

A second man, Timothy Leron Brown, 24, is also under indictment for Ike's murder.  Brown is already serving time in a Tennessee prison on burglary and aggravated assault charges.

The motive for Ike's murder is believed to be connected to a marijuana related robbery.

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