WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTL) — Another Wichita Falls murder suspect has been released after his $1 million dollar bond was lowered.

Kali Beal, 21, was released on his new $175,000 bond on Wednesday.

Beal is the second of three suspects in the fatal shooting of Edward Collins at High Point Village to be released on a lower bond.

Conditions on their bonds include ankle monitors and adherence to a curfew.

The prosecutor said he agreed that $1 million dollars was too high, and asked for conditions to be placed on a lower bond.

In the bond hearing, it was put into record that Beal was the driver and co-owner of the car that the murder occurred in.

Affidavits allege shots were fired during an attempted drug deal inside the car in November 2020.

The judge added the condition that Beal can not drive a car if he is released.

Beal testified he has never obtained a driver’s license.

According to authorities, the car was cleaned after the shooting, and the victim suffered multiple wounds in the shooting.

Interviews with the defendants reveal Collins also allegedly had a gun.

Co-defendant Demasia Delgado was released when his bond was lowered to $150,000.

Julian Byrd’s bond was lowered to $225,000 Monday, and he is still in jail at last check.