UPDATE: Arrest of Twins in Death of 17-Year-Old

Publish Date: June 5, 2023
Written by: Joni Money
Categories: News

At approximately 9:00 AM this morning, personnel from the U.S. Marshals Gulfcoast Fugitive Task Force, were conducting surveillance on a set of apartments in the 6500 block of Martin Luther King Drive in Fairfield.  During the surveillance, they observed what they believed to be wanted subject Ke’Autay Fuller, enter an apartment.  They were able to make contact with the subject at the apartment and were able to take Ke’Autay Fuller into custody.

A short time later, a deputy with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, who is assigned to the U.S. Marshals Gulfcoast Fugitive Task Force, was able to make contact with and negotiate the surrender of Ke’Autay’s twin brother, Ke’Andre Fuller.  Ke’Andre was taken into custody around 11:30 AM in the 900 block of Milstead Road in Fairfield.

The twin brothers were wanted for the shooting death of 17-year-old Tatyanna Sherese Hannah.  Hannah was killed on May 29th in the 5100 block of Hillside Drive in Fairfield.  The shooting occurred just two days after the May 27th shooting death of 15-year-old, Jani “Cupcake” Barker.  The suspect in that case, a 15-year-old male, whose name is not being released, is the brother of Ke’Autay and Ke’Andre.

Sheriff Mark Pettway said, “I am very proud of the work put into these cases, by everyone involved.  Our deputies, detectives, the U.S, Marshals Task Force and all of the other agencies who assisted in getting these three off the streets.”

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