A Cape Girardeau man arrested in connection with a homicide near Ranney Park appeared in court yesterday/Tuesday. 24-year-old Malcolm Harris appeared before Judge Gary Kamp in Jackson for his initial arraignment hearing. He was appointed a public defender. Harris’ preliminary hearing is set for June 13. He is still in custody at the Cape Girardeau County Sheriff’s Department. Officials say Harris was arrested May 27. Harris was charged with second degree murder, armed criminal action, unlawful possession of a firearm, tampering with physical evidence, and abandonment of a corpse. His bond has been set at $5 million in cash or surety. Court documents say on May 19, police responded to the area of Willow Street and Middle Street where they found a man’s body, identified as 28-year-old Domorlo Morris McCaster of Cape Girardeau. Detectives say they learned from several witnesses the victim was last seen in a gold GMC Envoy with Malcolm Harris and two other people. The second witness says he saw Harris holding a black handgun with an extended clip. He told detectives he saw Harris pull the trigger and shoot McCaster in the back of the head. The first witness says he and Harris drove to a wooded area to dispose of McCaster’s body.