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Man indicted for killing brother

October 18, 2006
by David Fuller

Donalsonville -- A Seminole County man is indicted for the murder of his brother. Fifty-one-year-old Gary Cottles faces felony and malice murder charges in the May 2nd shooting of his brother, 44-year-old Terry Cottles, at their father's house.

The brothers were living with their father, Frank. Gary Cottles was recovering from quadruple bypass surgery. They were outside on a deck when an argument began, and ended, investigators say, when Gary shot Terry once in the chest with a .45-caliber pistol.

Cottles is also charged with aggravated assault and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony. His arraignment is scheduled for October 30th in Seminole County Superior Court. 

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