Associated Press Release
OCALA, Fla. (AP) -- An Ocala man charged in the fatal shooting of three men over a video prank will remain in jail until his arraignment next month.
A judge ordered 31-year-old Andrew Joseph Lobban to be held without bond on Monday. His arraignment is July 2.
Lobban was arrested Sunday. He's charged with three counts of first degree felony murder.
An arrest affidavit states that Lobban told police he shot the men for teasing him about a video that showed him being "punked."
Police say one of the victims played a prank on Lobban when they went shooting and took a video that showed Lobban having trouble firing a gun. The video was shared with the other victims, who laughed and teased Lobban. Lobban said he was embarrassed when the group teased him.