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Philadelphia man charged in deadly shooting he claimed was accidental, police say

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PHILADELPHIA - A Philadelphia man is facing murder charges after authorities say he claimed to have accidentally shot the driver of a car his was riding in last weekend.

Marcus Moore, 34, was arrested Wednesday and charged with homicide in the shooting death of Maurice Jones early Sunday morning.

According to investigators, Moore and two others were inside a Jeep Grand Cherokee driven by Morris when he was shot on I-95 near Columbus Boulevard.

Police said Moore drove the Jeep to the emergency room at Jefferson Hospital and left in the car by the time officers arrived.

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