Two videos could be crucial to a southwest Fresno homicide trial

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Fresno, Calif. (KFSN) — Video could be critical in a Fresno homicide case, and Action News has obtained some of what police discovered during their investigation into a fatal shooting in southwest Fresno in July 2021.

Kevin Coleman and Christopher Williams are accused of murdering 24-year-old Kailyn Baca-Fulmer.

Fulmer was driving and live-streaming on Facebook when bullets tore into his SUV and killed him.

Police are charging two men, including one who was arrested for shooting Fulmer a year earlier.

In July 2021, Shotspotter received alarms, sending police to Calva and Bardell in southwest Fresno.

Surveillance video from a neighbor’s home shows a gold SUV found by police with the engine still running.

“It appeared the car had been shot multiple times from the driver’s side and there was a victim,” said Fresno Police Detective Juan Cardenas.

Kylen Buck-Fulmer still had a heartbeat when officers found him, but the gunshots eventually killed him.

While police were streaming the crime scene footage, an officer received a tip that Fulmer was on Facebook Live when it happened.

“He was driving and talking to the camera when the vehicle appeared to be hit by gunfire,” said Fresno Police Officer Brain Patterson. “The phone drops and you can partially see Fulmer go down to the right.”

Officers soon identified Kevin Coleman and Christopher Williams as suspects.

They tracked Coleman down to Phoenix, Arizona and had him arrested by the local police.

They arrested Williams in Fresno, where he was also charged with another shooting at the same target.

“Mr. Fulmer has been a victim on the case list since September 2020,” Patterson said.

Williams’ attorney noted that Fulmer was also suspected of shooting Williams in a previous incident.

Both Williams and Coleman pleaded not guilty to the charges against them.

A judge is expected to decide Wednesday whether there is enough evidence for Williams and Coleman to stand trial for murder.

If convicted, they face 50 years to life in prison.

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