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Takeoff’s alleged shooter officially charged with murder in Texas – Billboard

KHOU reported Thursday (May 25) after receiving confirmation from the Harris County District Attorney’s Office that a Texas grand jury has officially indicted the alleged shooter of Takeoff on murder charges.

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Takeoff (born Kirshnik Khari Ball) was shot and killed during a private party he attended with his uncle and bandmate Quavo at 810 Billiards & Bowling in downtown Houston. The death, according to a report from the Harris County Coroner’s Office, was “inflicted gunshot wounds to the head and torso with penetrating arm.”

The alleged shooter, Patrick Xavier Clark, was arrested east of Houston that same night and charged with murder. Another man allegedly involved in the incident, 22-year-old Cameron Joshua, was arrested and charged with illegal possession of a weapon. Clark was released later in January on $1 million bond.

The Harris County District Attorney’s Office did not immediately respond to a request for confirmation of Clark’s indictment. Clarke’s lawyer, carl moorealso did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

In a statement to KHOU, Moore said that an indictment was expected, adding, “We would ask people to remember that there is a very minimal standard of proof that must be met in order to receive an indictment. Inside court and before a jury, where we will be able to present our evidence and cross-examine the State’s witnesses – where the standard of proof is guilt beyond a reasonable doubt – we expect the jury to return a not guilty verdict. The decision of

According to court records, following his release on bond, Clark was placed under 24/7 house arrest, forbidden contact with anyone involved in the incident and required to wear a GPS monitor Who will immediately notify the prosecution and defense lawyers about any violations. He was also asked to submit to a drug test and could not drink alcohol, as court records show that “alcohol was a factor in the crime.”

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