Takeoff's Alleged Killer Denied Bond Reduction...Again, Judge Concerned He May Be A "Flight Risk"
A judge has decided to deny TakeOff's alleged killer's request to reduce his $1 million bond to $300k.
During a hearing on Tuesday, Patrick Xavier Clark's lawyers were "optimistic" that her client's bond would be reduced; however, the judge denied the request because he believed the alleged suspect was a potential flight risk.
Previously, his bond was set to $1 million after initially being set at $2 million.
After Clark's passport and flight tickets to Mexico were discovered upon his arrest, Judge Josh Hill believed that he posed a flight risk.
In addition, the suspect was allegedly caught on a jail phone call claiming the original $2 million bond was doable, which is why the judge wanted a thorough investigation into his finances.
Following the investigation, the DA's office found photos from Clark's Instagram account, which show a different picture from what he and his family claim-that the DJ, by trade, does not make money to afford a $1 million bond.
However, photos of Clark show him holding stacks of cash, and police claim he had a lot of money on him at the time of his arrest.
So far, Judge Hill has granted all of Clark's other requests, including his request for $5,000 to hire a private investigator.
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