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Flint Man Kills His Brother After He Cheats During A Poker Game

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A 44 year old Flint man is accused of shooting and killing his own brother after a friendly poker game ended quickly due to cheating.

Andre Moore was charged with murder after turning himself into the police because of the incident.

The poker game took place at Andre’s house this week, and when Andre discovered that his brother Jeff was cheating he ended the game.  Jeff then grabbed some things from the house and left.

Andre followed his brother, and after the two argued, he shot and killed his brother Jeff.

According to MLive, Andre is being held in Flint right now waiting for arraignment.

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