A Muskegon, Michigan, man has been charged in the crossbow killing of a Norton Shores man will be heading to trial.

According to WOOD, Nyoky Bull has been charged with the murder of 20-year-old Marcus Olmstead who was found by his twin brother in their families driveway. An arrow from a crossbow was sticking out of his stomach.

Bull admitted to police that he convinced Olmstead to come out of his home then he fired the crossbow at him. Apparently Bull planned the whole murder while pretending to be his girlfriend on Instagram to lure him out of the house for the meeting.

Police think jealousy may have been the motive for the murder. Olmstead was seen talking to Bull's 18-year-old girlfriend just hours before the murder took place.

Bull walked into court Wednesday in his orange jail clothing and answered the judge with a yes when asked if he understood what waiving the hearing would mean for his case.

Bull's family attending the hearing and his mother was crying while he was led out of the courtroom by the bailiff.

The trial date has not been issued as of yet.