Phone Call Captures Entire Audio of East Jackson Homicide
JACKSON, Tenn. — A phone call made by homicide victim, Aljernon Lloyd, to a friend in jail could be the biggest piece of evidence in the investigation into his death. Ytockie Fuller, who faces a first degree murder charge in Lloyd’s death, had a preliminary hearing in Jackson City Court Thursday. Police say the recording captures the pair’s entire encounter. “All the way until the time drops off Ms. Dickenson off, then the incident happens, then he crashes,” Investigator Isaiah Thompson said about the timeline of the call. Police say Lloyd was dropping off friend, Kathryn Dickerson, when he was approached by Fuller, her ex. Officers say Fuller shot Lloyd in the head, then Lloyd drove off crashing less than a mile away. Dickerson testified what she heard Fuller say moments before the gunfire. “He pulls out a gun, then he cocked it and said ‘You think I’m something to play with,” Dickerson said. Lloyd’s daughter, Jasmine, tells WBBJ 7 Eyewitness News she had to step out of the room while the audio was playing. “It’s just unreal still, so hearing that makes it realistic,” Jasmine said. Judge Blake Anderson ruled there is enough evidence for the Grand Jury to hear the case against Fuller who remains jailed without bond. Fuller will be back in court July 7.