Best Buy Shooting Suspect Appears in Court
JACKSON, Tenn. – The man accused of shooting his estranged fiancÃ© in the local Best Buy store made his first appearance in Jackson City Court on an attempted murder charge. Bond was set for Will Harry Lutter, 61, at $300,000. Lutter is charged with attempted first degree murder, aggravated domestic assault and especially aggravated kidnapping. He is also charged with aggravated assault for allegedly pointing a gun at a Best Buy employee. Lutter reportedly entered the Best Buy around Tuesday morning and fired multiple shots at the woman in the store with one shot hitting her in the back of the head. She was also struck at least two more times by bullets after she fell to the ground, investigators reported. Police said that the woman is alert and stable in the intensive care unit at The MED in Memphis. Lutter was also ordered to undergo a mental evaluation prior to his next court appearance.