A choose determined Thursday that a suspect awaiting trial in the 2019 lethal taking pictures of a Hilton Head Island teen — a man who was arrested earlier this month on a weapons charge when out on bond — does not have to return to jail for violating bond disorders.
Terrance Wing, 18, of St. Helena Island, faces a murder cost in the death of 18-calendar year-outdated Trey Blackshear in a Bluffton church parking ton times just before Xmas. Wing and an additional teenager going through the identical charge were categorized as juveniles at the time of the capturing mainly because they have been equally 16, so their names have been not initially made public.
In the course of Wing’s bond revocation listening to Thursday, 14th Circuit Choose Carmen Mullen declined to revoke his bond.
A simply call to the Beaufort County Clerk of Court’s office environment inquiring about any modifications to Wings’ bond was not returned Friday and the on-line court docket files were not up to date to mirror any adjustments as of Saturday early morning.
Bond revocation hearings are not automated right after a suspect is arrested. The 14th Circuit Solicitor’s Business has to request them, agency spokesperson Jeff Kidd mentioned Friday.
Being out on bond means Wing will not have to hold out in jail to deal with demo in Blackshear’s killing. A demo date has not been set.
What led to the bond revocation listening to?
Wing, originally in custody on the murder cost, was unveiled in December on a $100,000 cash bond, according to courtroom documents.
His original bond ailments, in accordance to the files, integrated digital monitoring and essential him to are living with his grandmother on St. Helena, with a curfew between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. He is prohibited from acquiring call with Blackshear’s loved ones and from possessing illicit medication or firearms.
Wing was arrested yet again on June 21 although he was a passenger in a speeding car or truck following police located a loaded assault rifle and a pistol nearby, according to a Yemassee Law enforcement Office report.
The driver of the auto, 20-year-outdated Dante Kendall Bailey, was also out on bond though facing a murder cost. Bailey, of St. Helena, was arrested in March 2020, accused in a taking pictures at the Black Presidents Bike Club in Jasper County’s Stage South region that left one human being dead and two others injured, The Island Packet previously noted.
Wing, Bailey, and a third St. Helena guy ended up released from the Beaufort County Detention Middle two times right after their arrests in Yemassee.