Suspect in Kokomo shooting spree may not face death penalty

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A man accused of a deadly shooting spree in Kokomo may not face the death penalty if he is convicted.

Turama Stitts, 36, is charged with two counts of murder and two counts of attempted murder.

Stitts is accused of killing David Gibson and Argena Williams, as well as wounding two others last month.

The Howard County prosecutor has now filed a motion to seek a life sentence without parole.

The motion indicates that he may not pursue the death penalty.

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