Posted on · The lawsuit accuses the owners of a downtown bowling alley of failing to provide adequate security during a private party that ultimately left Takeoff dead while leaving two others wounded.
Posted on · The lawsuit, filed in Harris County court by Georgia resident Titania Davenport, claims negligence on the part of five companies and seeks more than $1 million in damages related to her son's shooting death.
Posted on · Clark, a 33-year-old Channelview man, is accused of fatally shooting Migos rapper Takeoff in downtown Houston on Nov. 1.
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Posted on · Clark had been jailed since his Dec. 1 arrest and was originally being held on a $2 million bond, which was subsequently reduced by half by a Harris County district court judge.
Posted on · Attorneys for Patrick Xavier Clark, charged with murder in the fatal shooting of the Migos rapper, have asked a judge to reduce his bail amount from $2 million to $100,000. Clark obtained an expedited passport shortly before his arrest, according to Harris County court records.
Posted on · Takeoff was fatally shot in the early hours of Nov. 1 after a private party at 810 Billiards and Bowling Alley.
Posted on · The defense attorney for Cameron Joshua, 22, says his client is not responsible for the shooting death of the Migos rapper on Nov. 1 in Houston.
Posted on · Police responded shortly after 2:30 a.m. to reports of a shooting at 810 Billiards & Bowling. A search for suspects continued Tuesday afternoon.
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