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New Year's Day murder suspect has first appearance in court

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A new court date was set for the man accused in a New Year's Day murder.  

Twenty-two-year-old Darreo Harris is being held on a more than 1-million dollar bond, facing multiple charges.  His case goes back in front of a judge on February 23rd.

Police say Harris opened fire on a vehicle in the Waffle House parking lot on Brained Road killing 18-year-old Juan Boyd.

Police dusted the car for prints and say one was traced back to Harris.

According to police, Harris is a gang member as was Boyd.  The two belonged to separate gangs.

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