GREENWOOD, SC – Judge Thomas Hughston denied bond to Tyvon Greely, the 17-year-old charged with the murder that occurred in Country Homes on March 19th, Thursday morning during General Sessions Court.
Judge Hughston had previously taken the decision on bond under advisement. GwdToday was notified by the Solicitor’s Office that the judge made the decision to deny Greely’s bond. According to court documents, the judge said that “based on everything made known to me at this time I conclude that a bond at this time would not reasonably assure the presence of the defendant for future court appearances and would be an unreasonable risk to the community. Therefore, until circumstances change that would satisfy these two considerations, bond on the Murder charge is denied.”
Greely could receive the death penalty if he is convicted of the murder.
Posted: Saturday, April 7, 2012
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All I have to say is, if you brave enough to take someone elses life then you brave enough to get your life taken and should receive the death penalty. Antonio did not have a second chance so Tyvon shouldnt have a second chance either. What makes it so bad, Antonio has a child that now has to grow up without a father in his life.