A request for a lower bond for a Wichita Falls murder suspect was denied by 78th District Judge Barney Fudge this afternoon.
20-year-old James Sherman Green will remain jailed on a $100,000 bond for murder, plus $105,000 bonds on three deadly conduct charges.
He also has previous charges pending for assaults. Green was picked up by U.S. Marshals in New Orleans in November after a warrant had been issued for the shooting death last August of 20-year-old Clifton Carr.
Carr was shot in a car in the parking lot of Little Caesars on Seymour Highway.
The three deadly conduct charges were filed because police say a woman and two young children were in Carr's vehicle when the shot was fired. Police say two adult women in that car fled the scene before they arrived.
Officers say on August 27th they found Carr bleeding from a gunshot wound to the neck. Police say the woman who was in Carr's vehicle told them, Carr went to that location to meet someone who wanted to buy drugs.
She said after Carr got out and went to the driver's window of the blue car, the other man came up to Carr's window and said quote "this is fake."
Carr was taken to United Regional where he had surgery, but later died.
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