HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK)– The guy implicated in the lethal shooting Migos rap artist Takeoff appeared in possible cause court in downtown Houston late Friday night.
The presumed shooter, 33-year-old Patrick Xavier Clark, was surrounded by officers with the Houston Police Department in court.
During Clark’s court hearing, we discovered video proof, license plate info from the cars and truck he left in, and finger prints from a bottle he was seen holding caused his arrest.
Investigators stated the shooting originated from a battle over a high-stakes dice video game at the 810 Billiard and Bowling street at 1210 San Jacinto.
HPD stated Takeoff was at the incorrect location at the incorrect time, considering he supposedly wasn’t associated with the video game or the battle.
The state set his bond at $2 million after authorities think Clark was attempting to leave town.
According to paperwork, Clark acquired aircraft tickets to Mexico 2 days prior to being detained and looked for and got an expedited passport.
The state likewise stated he had the ability to get the passport, and when he was detained, officers discovered a big quantity of money on him.
“The court discovers this habits recommends; Indeed, you position a flight danger and for that reason the court is going to follow the suggestion of the district attorney and set your bond at $2 million,” the judge stated.
Clark remains in the Harris County Jail and awaits his next court look which is set for Monday.
Houston cops exposed on Friday Clark has actually been charged with murder in theNov 1 killing of Kirshnik Khari Bell, who was otherwise called one-third of the Atlanta hip-hop group.
Clark was apprehended Thursday night on the city’s east side without event.
Clark is the 2nd individual charged in connection with the shooting that happened at the bowling street.
Just hours prior to Clark’s arrest, 22-year-old Cameron Joshua was apprehended and charged with 2 counts of felon in ownership of a weapon. Police stressed that Joshua is not declared to have actually been straight associated with Takeoff’s death.
The fight that left Takeoff dead might not be the very first that led to Clark being examined.
An Eyewitness News search of rap sheets exposed Clark’s connection to a February 2018 shooting at a club alongNorth Shepherd Drive A victim in his 50s passed away when a client opened fire inside business, triggering guard to fire back, cops stated.
Clark became a suspect in the event, however a Harris County grand jury discovered there wasn’t adequate proof to arraign him.
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