A former UNA football player has been indicted on a murder charge for a fight that left a man dead in early April.
Khadedryck Devonte Todd, 23, was indicted on charges of murder, first-degree marijuana possession and harassment by a Lauderdale County grand jury.
Todd got into a fight with Anthony Coleman, 21, in a Chevron parking lot April 2, police said. Witnesses told police Todd hit Coleman in the head and knocked him to the ground. He then went to his vehicle to leave, police said, but went back to Coleman and hit him in the head again.
Coleman was airlifted to Huntsville Hospital, where authorities said he died April 12.
Todd's bond was set at $150,000. He also will not be allowed contact with Coleman's family if he is released on bond, according to court documents.
He is due to be arraigned May 23.
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