Judge denies bond to suspects in George County man's death - WLOX.com - The News for South Mississippi

Judge denies bond to suspects in George County man's death

(l to r) Malcolm Cory Williams, Levi McCarty, Nicholas Harper (Photo source: George Co. Sheriff's Dept.) (l to r) Malcolm Cory Williams, Levi McCarty, Nicholas Harper (Photo source: George Co. Sheriff's Dept.)
GEORGE COUNTY, MS (WLOX) -

The three men arrested Thursday for the March 20 murder of Joshua Gautier made their initial appearance at the George County Justice Court Monday morning.

According to Sheriff Dean Howell, Welford Lee "Levi" McCarty, 23, Nicholas L. Harper, 29, and Malcolm Korey Williams, 22  appeared before Judge Jesse Underwood. 

Underwood denied bond for all three suspects who each face a charge of capital murder.

They were transported back to the George County Adult Detention Center.

According to District Attorney Tony Lawrence's Office, upon completion of the investigation the case will be presented to a George County grand jury.

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