Tennessee man charged with murder enters not guilty plea in court

A Tiptonville, Tennessee man charged with murder in Fulton County, Kentucky entered a not guilty plea on Monday.

59-year-old William "Terry" Jamison was arrested on Saturday for the shooting death of 49-year-old Mark Williams of Hickman.

Kentucky State Police say the two men were involved in an argument in a field off of KY 94 in Hickman when Jamison shot and killed Williams.

Williams died at the scene. An autopsy is set for Monday in Louisville.

Jamison was charged with murder. He pleaded not guilty in court on Monday. A preliminary hearing has been set for October 11.

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