Case review scheduled for Marshall man accused of first-degree murder

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

On Monday, June 22, another case review was scheduled for the Marshall man accused of shooting four people last October, resulting in the death of one man.

According to unofficial online court documents, Terrelle Palmer, 42, entered a plea of not guilty this past January.

Palmer is facing charges in Saline County of first degree murder, three counts of assault in the first degree or attempt – serious physical injury or special victim, two counts of armed criminal action, first degree burglary, unlawful possession of a firearm, and first degree endangering the welfare of a child creating substantial risk. The charges stem from a string of incidents that occurred Oct. 3, 2019, in which three people were shot in a residence on South Olson Avenue and one was shot at a residence on Vest Street. It was reported that on Oct. 18, 2019, Palmer was apprehended in the state of Mississippi.

Palmer is currently being held at Saline County Jail with no bond.

Editor’s note: Charges contained in reports provided by law enforcement officials are not evidence of guilt. Evidence supporting charges must be presented before a jury, whose duty is to determine if the accused is guilty or not guilty of the charges.