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Howard murder suspect extradited from Florida

Timothy Mark Fuller, 53, is wanted in connection with the murder of his sister-in-law, Stacey Fuller, who was found in a burning trailer in Elkridge Saturday.
Timothy Mark Fuller, 53, is wanted in connection with the murder of his sister-in-law, Stacey Fuller, who was found in a burning trailer in Elkridge Saturday. (Handout photo)

An Elkridge man facing murder charges in the death of his sister-in-law in January was extradited from Florida  to Howard County Tuesday, according to Howard County police.

Timothy Mark Fuller, 53, of the 6600 block of Washington Boulevard, faces first- and second-degree murder charges and an arson charge in the death of Stacey Fuller on Jan. 17, police said.

Police said investigators initially believed she was shot to death, but an autopsy revealed she was killed by blunt force trauma.
Fuller was living with his brother and his brother's wife in an Elkridge mobile home, police said. Police believe the death was related to an ongoing family dispute, with family members telling police that Fuller threatened to kill the couple and burn down the home on more than one occasion, police said.
The victim was found dead inside a burning trailer on Jan. 17, police said. Fuller was identified as a suspect and apprehended in Jacksonville, Fla., on Jan. 18 by Florida authorities.

He is being held at Howard County Detention Center.

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