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UPDATE: Salisbury Triple Shooting Suspect Held Without Bond

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SALISBURY, Md. - An update on a teenager accused of murdering a woman, and injuring two others, Tuesday morning, in Salisbury. 19-year-old Myles Lyons appeared in court via web-cam Wednesday.

A judge has withheld bond for the murder suspect. That means he will remain behind bars until his next hearing on December 27th. If convicted, he is expected to spend most of his life in jail.

Lyons is accused of shooting his ex-girlfriend's mother, 39-year-old Lakisha Jackson, twice, once in the face, once in the chest, and stabbing her once in the chest. She was later pronounced dead at PRMC. Two of Jackson's daughters, 19-year-old Tyisha Jackson, and a 17-year-old, who is said to be Lyons former girlfriend, were also involved in the struggle. Tyisha was shot twice in the back. While the 17-year-old, who was more than 8 months pregnant at the time of the attack, was shot in the chest and stabbed in the face. It all took place in a Jersey Road home.

The victims reportedly identified Lyons, as the shooter, to police. A large man hunt took place on Tuesday, as Lyons had reportedly fled from the gruesome scene. Police caught up with Lyons in Cambridge, where he was taken into custody.

He is facing a total of 13 charges, including, 1st and 2nd degree murder, 1st degree assault, reckless endangerment, firearm use/fel- violent crime, and attempted 1st and 2nd degree murder.

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