Teen accused of killing Danielle Locklear has bond raised
by WNCN Staff
Authorities said Malloy did not oppose the motion to raise his bond so no hearing was needed.
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. -
The teen accused of murdering a Hope Mills girl had his bond raised Tuesday to $500,000 secured.
The Cumberland County District Attorney’s Office made a motion to raise the bond the bond of Je’Michael Malloy, court documents show. The motion was granted by a district judge. Authorities said Malloy did not oppose the motion to raise his bond so no hearing was needed.
Authorities said Malloy, 17, killed the 15-year-old Danielle Locklear the night of March 11. Earlier that night she left home after telling her grandfather she was walking to a friend’s house about a block away. That was the last time her family saw her.
Deputies arrested Malloy April 8 and he was charged with second-degree murder. A second suspect, Dominic Lock, 18, was also arrested and also charged with second-degree murder.
Thursday, July 31 2014 9:25 PM EDT2014-08-01 01:25:56 GMT
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