Sheldon Jeter Jr. was convicted in June 2021 by a Beaver County jury on charges of first degree murder for the shooting death of 30-year old Tyric Pugh. But a year before his conviction, just one day after Pugh’s body had been discovered by a passersby, Jeter was seated at a table in the Beaver Barracks of the Pennsylvania State Police.
Jeter lied to investigators that day — untruths which were quickly exposed when troopers revealed to him they had gathered surveillance video directly contradicting his statements. Among that footage was video from a camera installed on a house belonging to one of Jeter’s relatives. That camera was pointed across the street, squarely at Jeter’s home.