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Salisbury Man Indicted for Murder

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SALISBURY, Md.- The Salisbury man accused in a triple shooting that left a woman dead and her two teenaged daughters injured has been formally indicted on murder and related charges.

It was decided Thursday that the 19-year-old Myles David Lyons murder case will be sent to Wicomico County Circuit Court.

Lyons is charged with first-degree murder for fatally shooting 39-year-old Lakisha Jackson on Jersey Road in Salisbury in the early morning hours of Nov. 27. He is also charged with the attempted murder of Jackson's two daughters, 18-year-old Tyisha Jackson and 17-year-old Nicole Jackson. Police said Lyons shot Nicole in the chest and stabbed her in the face and then shot her sister twice in the back, according to investigators.

Both daughters were hospitalized for about a week after the incident. Nicole, who was 8-months pregnant with Lyons' child when she was shot, later gave birth to a healthy baby.

A trial date has not yet been set. Lyons remains held without bond in the Wicomico County Detention Center.

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