What did Martice Fuller do? Get to know his parents and age. Where is he now?
Martice Fuller was arrested for killing his ex-girlfriend, Kaylie Juga in May 2019. The teenager reportedly shot his ex-girlfriend dead and attempted to kill her mother, Stephanie as well.
Even though he wasn’t pleaded guilty back then, a jury has found him guilty in March 2021. Also, a recent sentence reveals that he is sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
But Martice Fuller still appeals to his innocence in front of the court.
What did Martice Fuller do?
Martice Fuller killed his ex-girlfriend, Kaylie Juga in May 2019.
As per reports, he went to her bedroom where she was listening to music. He shot her dead on the spot.
Moroever, Fuller also shot Kaylie’s mother, Stephanie. But she was saved after she was rushed to a hospital.
The case has been going for more than two years. He didn’t plead guilty initially but a jury found him guilty in 2021. He is now sentenced to prison for life without parole.
The jury trial for Martice Fuller is now underway in Kenosha County. https://t.co/6TQrALgrHw
— FOX6 News (@fox6now) March 15, 2021
Martice Fuller Parents: Meet his mother
Martice Fuller’s parents are not much in the spotlight.
However, his mother, Alice Fuller was also arrested for obstructing a police officer in 2020. With her son already facing charges for first-degree murder, it wasn’t an easy pill for her to swallow.
She was let off the hook soon but she did discover that his son would be facing additional charges then.
Unfortunately, we don’t have many facts about his family. As per his confession, Martice Fuller had a sibling who died.
Martice Fuller, 17, is accused of killing 15-year-old Kaylie Juga and shooting her mother in May of 2019. https://t.co/McH8WgQLBN
— TMJ4 News (@tmj4) March 13, 2021
Martice Fuller Age: Kaylie Juga Murder Case Update
Martice Fuller is currently just 18 years of age.
By the time of murder, he was just 16. But the convict is treated as an adult. He is now sentenced to life in prison without the possibility for parole.
It is not going to suit well for a teenager who will be spending his entire life in prison.