Man indicted in death of beloved Jacksonville 'Coach'

Tuesday, January 8, 2013 - 5:42pm

The man accused of killing a beloved Jacksonville coach has been indicted on a capital murder charge by the Cherokee County District Attorney's Office

Jimmy Deshawn Mosley turned himself in back on October 20, 2012. He is believed to have shot and killed 'Coach' Stacey Hunter, 43, outside Stacey's Club around 4:00 a.m. that morning. The alleged shooter was indicted on December 17.

Authorities found Hunter dead inside the club, shot twice in the arm and chest.

Hunter grew up in Jacksonville, playing for the tribe football team in the 80s. Since then, he coached kids in everything from Pop Warner to Little Dribblers to little league baseball.

Coach worked for J'ville Public Works for about 20 years, most recently as a code enforcement officer.

No other court dates have been set at this time for Mosley.

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