Charleston Murder Suspect Denied Bond, Stays In Jail

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Associated Press


Updated Wed, Mar 26, 2014 3:48 pm

A suspect in a murder case in Charleston will stay behind bars.

Deveron Patterson is charged with first-degree murder for the death of Kareem Hunter.

WSAZ reports that Patterson's attorney requested his bond be set at $100,000, but the judge denied it.

Prosecutors say Patterson helped Miguel Quinones duct tape Hunter after he was murdered at an apartment in Marmet back in September. Hunter's body was found about a month later dumped in Beckley.

Prosecutors say that Patterson and Miguel Quinones duct taped Hunter's body at an apartment in Marmet back in September. The body was found in Beckley about a month later.

Quinones is also in jail without bond.

A woman, Kelsey Legg, was charged in the case. She pleaded guilty to getting rid of evidence and cleaning up after the murder.

Kelsey Legg pleaded guilty to cleaning up after the murder and for getting rid of evidence. She was also charged in the case. 

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