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Jeans True Religion Black Friday Sales - Married tech CEO 'shot dead ex-University of Maine basketball star outside his home in a fit of jealousy over another woman'Jeffrey Keller, 51, allegedly believed Nate Fox, 37, was having an affairTech CEO was reportedly A?interested in woman, who worked with FoxA?He 'stalked Fox for several days, before driving to his house in Illinois'He then allegedly waited Jeans True Religion Black Friday Sales for ex-basketball player to return and shot himA?A?Fox, who starred atA?UMaine from 1998 to 2000, later died from injuriesKeller, who lives in $1million home, charged with murder; denied bailA?BySophie Jane Evans For Dailymail.com Published: 23:45 GMT, 17 January 2015 | Updated: 15:36 GMT, 18 January 2015 11 shares 3 View comments A married tech CEO stalked and Jeans True Religion Black Friday Sales shot dead a former University of Maine basketball star because he wrongly believed he was having an affair with a woman he was romantically interested in, it is said.Jeffrey Keller, 51, who owns a small internet company in Illinois, allegedly stalked 37-year-old Nate Fox for several days, before driving to his house in a rented black SUV Jeans True Religion Black Friday Sales and waiting outside.When Fox arrived home at 9.30pm, Keller reportedly shot the former athlete multiple times as he climbed out of his car. He then fled, leaving Fox slumped over and bleeding on the drivewayFox's girlfriend, who had been making dinner inside his home in Bloomingdale - around 30 miles west of Chicago - at the time, Jeans True Religion Black Friday Sales ran outside after hearing a series of loud shots and called 911.Scroll down for videoA? 'Murder': Jeffrey Keller (left) allegedly stalked and shot dead ex-University of Maine basketball star Nate Fox (right) because he wrongly believed he was having an affair with a woman he was romantically interested inHer boyfriend was rushed to hospital with serious gunshot Jeans True Religion Black Friday Sales wounds. But despite medics' best efforts, he was shortly pronounced dead, according to theA?Portland Press Herald.A?On Friday, Keller, whose firm, 8to18 Inc, is based in Oakbrook Terrace, was charged with murder over the shooting on the evening of December 22. If convicted, he faces up to life in prison. 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Star: Keller, 51, who owns an internet company in Illinois, allegedly Jeans True Religion Black Friday Sales stalked 37-year-old Fox (pictured playing basketball for UMaine) for several days, before driving to his house in a rented black SUV and waiting outsideAccording to prosecutors, Keller decided to shoot the former basketball player over a love interest who was not his wife. He believed Fox was having an affair with the woman, it is allegedHowever, officials Jeans True Religion Black Friday Sales have since said the woman - who worked with Fox at the car firm - was not involved with the ex-basketball star. She 'didn't even like him', they claimed. A?Jealous and envy, a motive as old as time. And unfortunately in this case, it led to murder Robert Berlin, state attorneyA?'Jealous and envy, a motive as old Jeans True Religion Black Friday Sales as time. And unfortunately in this case, it led to murder,' DuPage County State's Attorney, Robert Berlin, toldA?ABC 7, deeming the killing 'senseless'.A?In the weeks leading up to Fox's death, Keller, who lives 'comfortably' in a $1million home in the affluent suburb of Hinsdale, obsessively stalked the former athlete, prosecutors said.He even allegedly rented a black SUV Jeans True Religion Black Friday Sales to follow the victim around - despite owning four vehicles.It was this car he reportedly drove to the 200 block of Tamarack Lane on the evening of the murder.Earlier in the day, Keller had apparently stolen a 9mm gun from a relative. He used this weapon to gun down Fox as he unwittingly climbed out of his Jeans True Religion Black Friday Sales maroon 2013 Jaguar XJ, it is claimed.Speaking to the Portland Press Herald, Mr Berlin praised Bloomingdale police for their investigation. Scene: When Fox arrived home in the 200 block of Tamarack Lane (pictured) in Bloomingdale, 30 miles west of Chicago, at 9.30pm, Keller reportedly shot the former athlete multiple times as he climbed out of his carHe Jeans True Religion Black Friday Sales also congratulated members of the public for their help in identifying the suspect.A?It was a call from a friend of Keller's that led to the businessman's arrest, the newspaper reported. A?Paying tribute to Fox,John Giannini, who coached him at UMaine, said: 'He had a great sense of humor that his teammates loved. He was really fun to Jeans True Religion Black Friday Sales be around. He cared about his teammates.'A?On its website, Keller, also the CEO and founder of KellerApps, a consulting company for tech firms,' describes 8to18 Inc as a 'leading provider of sport and activity information from local organizations'.The suspect has been denied bail.A?He is due to return to court on Wednesday.A? 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