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Albany murder trial begins today

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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Jury selection for the murder of an Albany State University student in June 2011 begins today. 

Joshua Johns is accused of shooting and killing 20 year old Bruce Mullen during a robbery at Hidden Oaks Apartments. 

Police say Mullen was standing in a breezeway of the apartment complex when he was shot in the chest.

On Friday, September 11th Mullen's roommate, Malcolm Colbert, was captured by Dougherty County Sheriff's deputies as a material witness in the case. 

He is expected to testify as a witness in the murder trial of Joshua Johns. 

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