Floyd County Man Rocky James Fair Charged in Shooting Death of his Step-Father

According to the incident report, officers responded to a 911 from a man who told them he had been shot. Upon arriving at the residence, officers were told that 31-year-old Rocky James Fair and his step-father, 55-year-old Raymond Gene Johnson Jr. got into a heated argument last month.

Floyd County  Man Rocky James Fair Charged in Shooting Death of his Step-Father
Rocky James Fair

Floyd County police say a man is now facing charges after his step-father was shot and killed.

According to the incident report, officers responded to a 911 from a man who told them he had been shot. Upon arriving at the residence, officers were told that 31-year-old Rocky James Fair and his step-father, 55-year-old Raymond Gene Johnson Jr. got into a heated argument last month.

After the two men stopped arguing, they separated. However, the police report state that Fair followed Johnson to a rural area near the county line and began shooting at one another.

Investigators say that's when Johnson called 911 and told them he had been shot. He was later pronounced dead by the Floyd County Coroner.

Fair was arrested and charged with aggravated battery, aggravated assault, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony and reckless conduct. He has not been charged with Johnson’s death.

Detectives say they are still investigating the shooting and Johnson’s death.

Fair is currently being held in the Floyd County Jail without bond.