According to a motion, the bullet killing Jaquerian Harrison, 21, in April was not from the guns found in the possession of three co-defendants.
The motion was filed Nov. 16 by attorney Dawn Seibert, who is representing Kevin Michael Turner, of Gillsville, on a felony murder charge. Turner was charged along with two Gainesville men, Brandon Scott King and Cheslen Dequan Bell, in an August indictment.
Harrison was found shot April 11 multiple times at the Orchard Brook Apartments off of McEver Road in Gainesville.
“The state’s discovery revealed that the bullet that killed the victim was not fired from the guns found in the possession of any of the co-defendants,” according to Seibert’s motion for an extension to file additional motions.
“This new information has had a considerable impact on the trajectory of this case, prompting further investigation on both sides.”
Seibert asked for an extension on filing motions until Jan. 1. Superior Court Judge Bonnie Oliver granted the motion on Nov. 17.
Seibert, King’s attorney Brett Mizerak and Bell’s attorney Tom Csider did not return calls for comment. Northeastern Judicial Circuit District Attorney Lee Darragh said he could not comment on the pending case.