Detroit barber shop employee going to trial in coworker's death

A man accused of killing his coworker in a baber shop argument was bound over for trial Tuesday.

Officials say 29-year-old Jamar Woodmore of Plymouth is facing four charges, including first degree murder and felony firearm, in the death of 36-year-old Leon Webb of Detroit.

Woodmore is accused of shooting and killing Webb during an argument at their job, Final Kut Barbershop on 7 Mile near Littlefield. Webb returned fire, but had been hit several times. He died at the hospital.

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During the hearing, the first witness said more than 10 people were at the barbershop, and about 4 or 5 of them were children, including her 8-year-old son.

She said the two employees began to yell back and forth at one another, until Woodmore nodded toward the door. The witness said Webb took off his shirt and they went outside the shop to fight, which lasted about two minutes.

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The witness then testified Webb went back inside to continue working on the child who was in his barber's chair. That's when she says she overheard someone saying something similar to "don't come in here with that."

She says she fled to the back of the barbershop with her son to try and get out when she heard about five shots. She says she never saw anyone with a gun.

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After it was over, she says she found Webb laying on the floor, bleeding.

A second witness says he saw the fight as well and after he saw the physical fight end, he watched Woodmore get into a car. It appeared he was rocking back and forth, trying to calm down, the witness said.

That witness then watched Woodmore return with his gun. He says Webb also pulled out a gun from his waistband. 

"I thought that it would be threats ... but I didn't think there was going to be actual gunfire," he said.

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