Fort Worth, TX (PRWEB), July 31, 2014 – PCS Bail Bonds (www.PCSBailBonds.com), Fort Worth, Texas’ most trusted bail bond service, is releasing its comments on the recent alleged murder of Fort Worth executive Marion Lee Brown.
The two suspects, identified as Brandon Daniels (Warrant # 14F001550) and Damonica Evans (Warrant # 14F001551), are also accused of robbing the victim after luring him to their apartment. The pair were eventually caught and arrested in South Carolina, and it is believed Daniels and Evans have both confessed to the alleged murder to two family members. Upon their arrests, the suspects were transferred to Tarrant County jail, where bail is set at $1.0 million. (Sources: Sutton, F., “Two charged with capital murder in “burning carpet” homicide, accused of luring victim with promise of sex,” KYTX web site, June 24, 2014; http://www.cbs19.tv/story/25858512/two-charged-with-capital-murder-in-burning-carpet-homicide-accused-of-luring-victim-with-promise-of-sex; “Fort Worth Killers Captured in South Carolina,” ThePoliceNews.net, June 24, 2014; http://thepolicenews.net/default.aspx/act/newsletter.aspx/category/News+1-2/MenuGroup/Home/NewsLetterID/45960/startrow/53.htm.)
“The bail being set that high is not abnormal for a crime of this nature,” says Paul Schuder, owner of PCS Bail Bonds. “Capital murder is a serious charge and setting the bail at $1.0 million is meant to reflect that.”
Schuder states that both suspects will stay in jail unless the bond price is met. Judges know that when dealing with capital murder, citizens need to be protected from possible perpetrators; that’s why if a judge doesn’t outright deny bail, then setting a high cost of bail is typical practice.
“Different stories have been offered as to what happened to Marion Lee Brown, but we at PCS Bail Bonds want to remind everyone not to make any assumptions as to the circumstances of this tragedy,” Schuder concludes. “Police and investigators will continue to do their jobs and make sure to learn the truth of this incident, which shows that bail serves a valuable purpose, regardless of if its cost is met by the arrested party or not.”
With over 25 years of experience, the dedicated team at PCS Bail Bonds has helped secure the release of thousands of clients. PCS Bail Bonds’ extensive experience has also helped it gain the respect of the courthouse personnel, attorneys, and judges of Tarrant County, Texas along the way. Conveniently located just minutes from downtown Fort Worth, PCS Bail Bonds can get a bail bond posted quickly in Mansfield, Fort Worth, or any other municipality in all of Tarrant County. To learn more about PCS Bail Bonds, visit the company’s web site at www.PCSBailBonds.com or call PCS Bail Bonds toll-free at 1-888-335-1655.
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