Four Atlantic City men are facing murder and conspiracy charges in connection with a fatal shooting in the city last year.

The charges against Carlos Woodall and Hakeem Ceasar, both 23, 22-year-old Jason Hall and 21-year-old James Clegg stem from the Nov. 20 slaying of 29-year-old Corleone Hayes, who was shot multiple times inside a Baltic Avenue home. Bail for each man was set at $1 million during a Wednesday court hearing, and it wasn't known if they had retained lawyers.

Another city man, 29-year-old Haneef Graves, faces similar charges in the case. He was arrested two days after Hayes was killed and remains jailed on $1 million bail.

Atlantic County Prosecutor Ted Housel would not comment Wednesday on a possible motive for the slaying.

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