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Man accused of killing neighbor in Columbus gets bond

Timothy Tarr (Source: Muscogee County Jail) Timothy Tarr (Source: Muscogee County Jail)

COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) – A man accused of shooting and killing his neighbor in late May has been given bond.

Timothy Tarr, charged with murder in the shooting death of Alcides Washington has been given $250,000 bond according to his attorney Jennifer Curry.

Police say Washington was shooting paintball targets in Tarr's backyard on Stone Creek Ct. when Tarr asked Washington to stop multiple times.

Tarr allegedly removed his pistol from his holster and shot Washington in the right eye.

Curry says Tarr has more than thirty years of military experience and has testified that the shooting was accidental.

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