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Man Charged in Fatal Shooting in Cecil County

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PORT DEPOSIT, Md. (AP) - The Cecil County Sheriff's Office says a man has been charged in the shooting death of another man in Port Deposit.

Deputies say 24-year-old Jonathan Blair Copeland has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of Jeffrey Adam Myers. Copeland is being held without bail; deputies did not know if he has a lawyer.

Police say Copeland and Myers argued over money and drugs on Monday and Copeland threatened to kill Myers. Deputies say about 4:50 p.m. Wednesday, was found dead of gunshot wounds in a truck on his driveway.

Police arrested Copeland later in Port Deposit.

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