The Alleged Murderer of Takeoff is Freed on a $1 Million Bond
The alleged assassin of Takeoff has been freed from custody after posting a $1 million bond.
The suspect murders the rapper in Houston, Texas from the group ‘Migos.’
His lawyers had asked for a further decrease to $300,000, but their plea was turned down. Judge Josh Hill determined that Clark had previously suggested he could pay a $1 million bail in a jail’s phone call.
Clark’s lawyer had earlier stated that the suspect’s family would be willing to use their house in the Houston area as security to release him on bond.
Outside a bowling alley, Takeoff, a.k.a. Kirshnik Khari Ball, was shot dead.
only a few weeks after his and Quavo’s collaborative album Only Built For Infinity Links was released, in Houston on November 1.
Police claim that the 28-year-old rapper was just a bystander in a profitable dice game that Quavo and other men were involved in. During the game, there was an altercation that resulted in several shots being fired.
Takeoff was declared dead at the scene, and a subsequent autopsy report from the Harris County Medical Examiner’s office revealed that he had died from “penetrating gunshot wounds of the head and thorax into the arm.” On December 2, Houston resident Patrick Clark, also known as DJ Pat, was detained and charged with the hitmaker’s murder.
To verify any ballistic evidence, police had to reconstruct the crime scene. Patrick Clark is accused with murder because of how he came to the conclusion that he was the case’s fatal gunman. Michael Burrow, Homicide Division Sergeant said: “Despite Maintaining his innocence, Clark reportedly planned to flee the country after the shooting. It was revealed during a court hearing last month that the 33-year-old had applied for an expedited passport and bought plane tickets to Mexico just two days before his arrests.”
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