EXCLUSIVE: XXXTentacion Murder Suspect Trayvon Newsome Granted Bond Hearing
Written by admin on October 18, 2019
One of the men accused of murdering XXXTentacion just received a date to argue his case to be released on bail.
Trayvon Newsome is one of four men accused of stalking XXXTentacion and killing him during a robbery attempt outside a motorcycle dealership in Deerfield Beach, Florida in June of 2018.
Suspects Michael Boatwright, Dedrick Williams, Robert Allen and Trayvon Newsome are being held without bond over murder and armed robbery charges.
Back in September, Trayvon Newsome filed documents demanding to be released from jail, claiming he was entitled to a bond until the government proved otherwise.
Earlier this week, Judge Michael Usan granted Newsome what is known as an “Arthur Hearing.”
During an “Arthur Hearing,” the state will have to present sufficient evidence against Newsome, including witnesses or witness affidavits.
The state will also have to demonstrate Newsome is a threat to society, or he could be discharged from jail on bond.
Judge Usan will listen to arguments from both sides at 11:30 am on October 31.